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Yes, put away your gold lamé–because today is TWEED DAY!
|Posted on April 2, 2013 at 10:25 AM
In elegant dressing, Elegant Dressing Mature Woman, Elegant Dressing Site, Elegant Fashion, Elegant Figure, Elegant Style, Elegant Suit, Elegant Suit Women, elegant survival, elegant survival clothing, Elegant Tweed Skirt Suit, Elegant Tweed Suit, Elegant Tweed Women, Elegant Winter Clothing, Elegant Winter Dressing, Elegant Winter Style, Elegant Woman, Elegant Woman Hat, Elegant Woman's Suit, Elegant Women's Clothing on 18/11/2012 at 1:57 pm
M-J de Mesterton in Aquascutum Tweed Suit, Her Perennial Favourite
Rugged, traditional, natural and elegant tweed made from Scottish wool is the best material for fall and winter dressing. Easily covered with a trench-coat or embellished with a pashmina or long wool scarves, tweed will keep you warm and dry. Tweed suits, skirts, trousers and jackets are always fashionable.
©M-J de Mesterton
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In Elegant Dressing Mature Woman, Elegant Holiday Dressing on 06/12/2011 at 7:54 am
Summer Dress and Peep-Toe Shoes in December?!
Why is the anchorwoman wearing a sleeveless summer dress in cold NYC on December 6th? Are biceps something that female talking heads suddenly find a crying need to bare, even in freezing temperatures? Are they using too much energy to keep tropically warm indoors? Is it seasonally-appropriate to wear bare-toed shoes on wintry days, as the woman in red is doing, or sandals (the first lady wore sandals at a Kennedy Center gala last weekend) in December? I don’t think so. These women are on a national television show, displaying their irresponsible, energy-inefficient lifestyles before the public, as if to say that a size XXX carbon-footprint is desirable. The rest of us are wearing wool and tweed. living in homes without heat most of the time