Nice jewelry, n’est-ce pas?
Do you like the word “cobble” as much as I do? It has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?
However, it wasn’t in the plan, the grand plan for this week, as in cobbling together a post out of circumstances beyond my control. Today I was anticipating finishing my virtual shopping expedition with the addition of my evening clothes, which would finally allow me to hone and whittle the entire wardrobe down for the season that is already well underway. It didn’t happen.
In the world of virtual, sometimes it’s virtually impossible to force the mystic powers of the ether to cooperate. Translation: I couldn’t upload pictures for reasons I do not understand, but then again there is so much I don’t understand. (We can leave that last thought, hanging in the either, for another day.)
On the back burner — an expression I don’t particularly like, but can be useful — is a petite post I’ve been holding in reserve: The almost universal trends on the Faces Through the Ages series.
1.) Eyeliner — top and bottom lashes.
2.) Sparkly white teeth without seeming to be too, too.
Still others decided gray was the way to go. With the exception of the the pretty pixie cuts a few chose, hair is never severe. It’s soft, it moves, it gently frames the face.
4.) It seems they don’t believe the rule about drop earrings, that they draw the face down. When these women chose them they look festive, flirty, flattering.
5.) Many appreciate the age defying benefits of long, soft bangs — less expensive than Botox while affording more at home options.
Tomorrow, it’s all about you.
I’ll shop another day. Besides, only Cherie gets invitations to grand soirées and, as weknow, she’s well covered.