I have been MIA for a couple of weeks because I was moving back from spending a couple of months in Arizona. I loved spending time there visiting family and soaking up the sun but I am extremely happy to be back in the fresh mountain air and country life of home.
I have also been using my down time trying to define my personal style regarding fashion. I have always defined my overall style, be it in what I wear or how I decorate my home, as eclectic. The reason for this type of style is that I love a little of everything and I love change.
Recently, I was reminded of one of my favorite stylists and her distinctive style. I have her books (here and here) and I read them over and over. I watch her television show, The Rachel Zoe Project (all five seasons on iTunes or Amazon) repeatedly just to see her outfits and hear her talk about style and fashion. She has a passion for style that I believe is as strong as possible and she is a genius. I am talking about Rachel Zoe.
I am a child of the 70s and I was in love with the styles then and I am feeling the urge to wear a pair of forest green, houndstooth, bell bottom, hip huggers with a peasant blouse, platform shoes and a hat! Or a colorful Maxi dress with a flower in my hair! If you look at Rachel Zoe pictures you see she has this style down to perfection.
So I am going to transition into the spring season trending toward vintage 60s, 70s, and 80s. Oh and I won’t go all out big hair but I will play with some big hair styles just for the fun of it.
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