Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Current Obsession: Green & Navy

Everywhere I go this season as I have been seeing people in green and navy.  I just love this color combo for winter.  And there are so many ways to wear it!  

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Barbarian Rugby

Emma Stone via Swagger NY

J Crew

Brooks Brothers via Lyst

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Until Tomorrow . . .

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!  
There is so much to be thankful this year.  
I hope that you are all having a wonderful day celebrating with family & friends.  

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Until tomorrow . . .

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The Season for Sparkles

I love everything about the holiday season.  Spending time with family, the food, all of the decorations and of course the parties.

While looking at a post on Sarah Vickers' blog, "Classy Girls Wear Pearls" last week, I immediately noticed her shoes.  {To be fair - this happens almost every day and not with just her shoes!  Her style is amazing.}  But, this specific day documented what looked like a very fun party and she was wearing a pair of sparkly platform heels from Nine West.  I knew they would be just perfect for this year's holiday parties. 

Nine West

They arrived yesterday at my door and I can't wait to wear them out this evening to a black tie dinner I am attending.  I just hope I don't fall over.

Until Tomorrow . . .

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Book Club: Interred With Their Bones

While I don't make enough time for it, I love reading.  It can be so relaxing to lose myself in another world and get caught up in a good story.  Most of my the books I read come as recommendations from others; family, friends, co-workers and even people on the train.  So, I thought I would start share the books that I liked here for anyone looking for something good to read.

First up is one of the most recent things I read: Interred With Their Bones by Jennifer Lee Carrell.  It is a literary adventure based in Shakespearean lore, and while I became completely engrossed in the mystery, I also found myself bouncing to my iPad to find out more about the history woven throughout.  

Ms. Carrell tells the story about Shakespearean scholar turned director, Kate Stanley, and the global hunt she embarks on when her mentor is murdered in England's Globe Theater.


If you have any interest in Shakespeare, I highly recommend this book.  It is both educational and a page turner.  I also found, while looking at the author's site for this post, that there is another "Kate Stanley" adventure Haunt Me Still, also set in the world of Shakespeare.  I am looking forward to finding out where this new story takes the characters.

Let me know what you think.  Have you read Interred With Their Bones?

Until Tomorrow . . .