My outfit today reminds me of a designer dish, made with unique ingredients
and simmered over a few decades.
The silk shirt is new, but the rest of the outfit has been aged like fine wine.
Similar to my "pushin 50" fine wine age.
Inspired by the chain on the Chanel bag, I needed a thick gold necklace to make this work.
Truth be told, I needed a necklace that I have seen on some rappers, but with the price
of gold so high, I knew I wasn't going to get a substantial gold chain around
my neck anytime soon.
Then one gold bracelet called out and said, "I will connect to everyone here, and together
we will make you that thick gold chain you desire!"
I love when my jewelry unifies itself.
And yes, it is normal for my jewelry to speak to me. :-)
I couldn't wait to add some spice... my "funky as all get out" Prada kitten heels.
That stitching on the camel makes me swoon (almost salivate)!
After being inspired (shamefully envious actually...) of Jeannie from Gracefully50.com's
extensive (RIDICULOUS!) Chanel handbag collection, I couldn't take it anymore.
So I took out a second mortgage on my house and bought myself a new (used) little Chanel beauty.
The skirt is from Valentino and from the length of it, my guess is that it's from
the late 70's or early 80's.
I love the gold buttons in the back that seem to simmer gently over the
slow flame (chain) from the Chanel bag.
I LOVE THESE SHOES!
I know, they are not for the weak of heart!
Maybe they are too strong and overpower the dish?
Chanel sunglasses with the red bows hiding are like a bit of chopped parsley, keeping it fresh.
Here is the necklace showing you how unified it can become when prompted
to become a part of the latest dish.
And yes, I am an opportunist too...
and that is our newest Tooth Soap®,
Thank you for joining me today.
Just as this necklace was happy to connect, I am thrilled you stopped by to connect too.
What outfits do you have that seem like a tasty dish?
I bet you have plenty you could whip up!
Have a beautiful day!
Blouse: Line Shell: Adea Skirt: Vintage Valentino Stockings: Rawkul
Shoes: Prada Hair Hat: Georgio
Speaking of DISHES...
Rouxbe knows how to teach you how to cook better than anyone.
I learned to cook from Julia Child when I was a little girl, but now
Rouxbe is here to fill in those cooking gaps for us.
I love Rouxbe almost as much as I love my Prada shoes!