Posts tagged fashion

Add a little white dress to the weekend

   May 23, 2014 6:47 am    0

This one is from Peebles. It’s $70, and at Macys, I found 65 choices for white dresses. You gotta love a name like White Haute Fashions. Click on that link for some great looks — white with plenty of colorful accessories to pop some style. Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to bring out a LWD (little…

 

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24 hours of cake, haluski, farmland and downtime

   April 27, 2014 9:45 am    0

My husband, Kim, says we pack a lot into 24 hours, and we do. Friday we took off to meet my sister and brother-in-law for Kim’s birthday dinner at Iron Bridge Inn. If you are driving down Interstate 79 this time of year, beware. Construction abounds, and delays resulted from the highway crew tree trimming —…

 

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Fashion Friday — sip on a straw with bling

   April 25, 2014 7:22 am    0

Wanna keep those pearly whites from discoloring as a result of too much coffee, tea or other beverages? The folks at strawenvy.com did too. They  sent me an email touting sparkling straws with crystal bling. The straws assure you will sip in style and minimize discolored teeth. These straws work in hot and cold beverages, and they are…

 

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Fashion Friday’s petal power is picture perfect

   April 4, 2014 7:35 am    0

April showers us with fun flowers — and lots of them! InStyle has some cute ideas for floral fashions. This is my peplum top, under $20, from Dots. These Vans kicks are $55 from Urban Outfitters. On Sunday, check out Her Times. Christine Eddy shares stylish rain gear ideas modeled by Erie Times-News online reporter Sarah Stemen…

 

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Roll into Charmin toilet paper wedding dress contest

   March 31, 2014 7:41 am    1

It’s time for the 10th Annual Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest sponsored by Charmin. Laura Gawne and Susan Bain, who operate the www.Cheap-Chic-Weddings.com, annually ask  readers to create wedding gowns using toilet paper, tape, needle, thread and  glue. You can win $2,000! Feeling inspired? You have until May 13 to submit your design — just the photos. The…

 

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Fashion Friday goes styling with white dresses

   March 28, 2014 7:37 am    0

No, we’re not talking wedding dresses. Nearly every store and website has some summery white dresses on hand. One of my faves that I wore decades ago was a creamy lacy number I had — think tablecloth lace. It worked for career and event dressing. Just a classic. This one at left is a Style&Co….

 

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Fashion Friday — love a lotta polka dotta

   March 21, 2014 7:02 am    0

Shoes, dresses, skirts, tops — you name it, dots are on it. I’ve probably had polka-dot something every year since I’ve been a kid. The dots are on point this spring too. Many shoes — colorful shoes have dots. And the dresses are everywhere. The retro-style heels at left are from Rakuten — about $48. I…

 

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Fashion Friday — geometrics intersect with fashion

   March 14, 2014 6:08 am    0

I found a lot of styles for spring that are rocking geometric patterns. And metallics and a lot of other things I probably won’t wear. But I would if I were younger. This top at left from Intermix online showed up in some designer clothing ideas in InStyle. It’s way out of my price range…

 

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Her Times story update — ‘100 Women Who Care’

   March 2, 2014 5:12 am    0

When Joan Martter called me about her idea for 100 Women Who Care, she caught my attention and fast. The entire article about this group and many more women who have founded grass roots efforts to help others is in Her Times today in the Erie Times-News. Read it here. Here’s an update to that story. Joan…

 

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Fashion Friday — shoe-tying help and hair bracelets

   February 28, 2014 6:18 am    0

Time to March into shopping. Here are a a few things I  found — mostly for the kids: I know how difficult shoe tying is for some kids. They all master it at different ages, but the wizardry of shoe tying can frustrate many of us. I received an e-mail about EZLeaps Shoe Tying Tool. I…

 

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