Happy Wednesday, ladies! Today is more Street Style: From Milan to San Antonio.
The street style posts have been so well received that I am going to keep it up for now.
I hope those of you missing the Wednesday news headlines will understand….but street style is speaking to many at this time.
Apparently, I have also turned Leigh Ann into a bit of a spy….like me!
She shot this image in the airport recently because she liked the shoes…sadly, I do not know the brand…the touch of bling on the back is fun on a sneaker.
But, I like where this is going…airport street style!
So, let’s have some street style fun today and return to the streets of Italy to get us started……
STREET STYLE: FROM MILAN
I acknowledge that many of the street style videos are in high end areas featuring high end shoppers.
However, we can style be inspired by their looks…and enjoy some of the dramatic styles we see.
The income levels should not affect whether we enjoy the styles or not…it never did when the fashion magazines were at the height of popularity!
This video captured my attention with some of the street styles it features…
Please share if any of these coats or winter styles captured your attention as well.
I love that orange coat!
STREET STYLE: TO SAN ANTONIO
Last weekend, I headed to downtown San Antonio to a funky, eclectic neighborhood called Southtown.
Southtown is an artist’s haven…very colorful and fun.
My son and his lovely wife live there now…so we joined her mother for brunch.
I decided to go a bit more colorful and wore this SEASALT CORNWALL jacket I have owned for a few years with my colorful scarf from Skagway, Alaska.
This jacket is a little large on me now, but I still think it is fun to occasionally pull it out.
The striped tank is a past Talbot’s purchase…it is linen and very comfortable and will probably be back for spring or summer.
I topped it off with one of my favorite thrift finds in this cuff bracelet.
I love my bronze jewelry.
It was a glorious, Chamber-of-Commerce day and we dined at a new place called BLUSH.
I loved everything about the eatery…the food, atmosphere, and way it is designed with indoor and outdoor spaces.
Even near noon, the DJ and outdoor area was hopping.
I do not know if you can see the wall very well in this picture…but the walls matched my jacket perfectly! I did not do that on purpose.
I had planned to photograph some street style San Antonio, but the time with family was too rich and enjoyable…and I forgot…but will return again and do this.
The day was so enjoyable that I stopped on the way home at one of my favorite consignment stores.
I did not purchase anything, but it was fun to try on some looks.
There were many designer pieces in the store that were way out of my budget ….even second hand.
Still fun though.
Because, I was wearing a fun colorful outfit and it was a beautiful day…I just wanted to do more…and this store was packed with women wanting to do more as well.
Please let us know if you see anything in the street style from Milan that inspired you! Also, tell us…do you ever dress in a particular way to fit your surroundings?
San Antonio is a colorful city and inspires me to wear more color!
Thank you for joining us today…now go out and
STAY STRONG & KEEP SMILING!!
By Pamela Lutrell
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