When the Gucci Princetown Mule came on the scene a few seasons ago I knew that this shoe looked best on those women with perfectly moist heels. And so, now that this summer is bursting with a myriad of good looking slide shoe options, I emphatically reiterate that sentiment.
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CoveyClub is a virtual meeting place for lifelong learners. (A covey is a small flock of birds, in case you weren’t sure about the name.)
CoveyClub was created by Lesley Jane Seymour after More Magazine folded and hundreds of her loyal readers approached her on her personal social media channels, asking her to create something new for them. Six-hundred-twenty-seven followers took a 54-question survey that allowed Lesley to create a roadmap to the CoveyClub offerings.
CoveyClub is a virtual and IRL (in real life) club platform built by–and for–members and has generosity and “welcomeness” at its heart. All members believe that the more you give, the more you get. Hence the CoveyClub hashtag: #LearnGetConnect.
CoveyClub was not created to replicate the More Magazine experience–but to take it to its logical digital and IRL conclusion: connecting women who feel they are living the best time of their lives.
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The link below bring you to the piece I wrote for CoveyClub.com that was published last month.
It is a sad state of our times that our safety and security is limiting our fashion choices. The NFL, NCAA as well as other sports organizations are implementing clear bag policies at their arenas. Prada answers the call with their luxury vinyl tote fashioned with a large logo. For those wondering, the policy allows bags the are clear plastic or vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12″ x 6″ x 12″; such as a one-gallon clear plastic bag. The choices are not limited to Prada or Ziploc but I can’t think of two items less alike than these two particular solutions.
A flattering blush color, a feminine design and an availability at different price points makes this a great dress.
It’s not like I have any interest in going on an actual safari although I know that it is currently a very popular vacation. But when I see a safari jacket, khaki shirt or a beige cargo skirt or shorts, I get that little “I love it” jolt. One day I was wearing a J. Crew khaki short sleeved blouse and was met with a loving gibe that I was looking more zoo keeper than safari chic. This hasn’t stopped me from trying to get it right, but I kind of see that point.