How’s your enthusiasm today?? Does your outfit of choice reflect that you are excited to be here or does is say sad and depressed? Sometimes our clothes will be a window into our spirits…I know, because for most of my 30s and 40s I communicated depressed, sad, stressed out, frumpy…I Don’t Care!
Now, my goal each day is to communicate enthusiasm and joy. I do love to look with excitement around me for inspiration with style; and I really never know where it will come from. Today, it came from my hat rack, which is home for all of my scarves. I can see it while I am in the shower and there are times that just one scarf will grab my attention and beckon me to style around it….exactly what happened with this look.
|Blue Cardigan: Stein Mart
White Lane Bryant Blouse: Goodwill
Ann Taylor Scarf: A gift
Lee Slimming Jeans: Kohls
Ballet Flats: Target
Remember, Deborah Long Shirley from my recent post about statement necklaces? She is the one who gains inspiration from the stones and pendants she finds for her one-of-a-kind necklaces. She was present at the trunk showing for the W line by Worth Spring Collection, because she designs necklaces to go with the styles in the line…isn’t that fun? I saw a purchase made with a dress and necklace to match while I was there…it just makes sense to show them together! Here are some of the beautiful looks she brought to the show…including a special selection for San Antonio’s upcoming Fiesta celebration!! Debby lives life with enthusiasm and crates of creativity…not just a pinch!!
|Is this not fabulous??|
|San Antonio, call Debby today at 210-867-0912, or email her at UT70Debby@msn.com and
order your own, unique Fiesta necklace. Every necklace will be different!!
Finally, a quick review!
Yesterday, I watched the premier of ABC TV’s new show, The Revolution, and I have to say I will be setting the DVR to catch this one every day. It is about a message that my blog revolves around: Reinvention….and that it is possible for all of us ready to make positive changes in our lives. That is why I began writing here. Perhaps, they need to tone down all of the audience clapping a little…but the information and testimonies were really encouraging and, yes, ENTHUSIASTIC!! Also, kudos to Macy’s for sponsoring the fashion segments!
Are you dressing with enthusiasm today??