When it comes to selecting the groom’s wedding-day attire there are a few important factors to consider. Start with the overall feel of the wedding. Will your ceremony be traditional or laid back?
It happens the moment September arrives. Normal activity is put on hold in exchange for a world of five-inch pumps and voluminous blowouts that move from loose waves one day to a topknot the next. See, September isn’t just football season; it’s also fashion season.
The queen of turn-of-the-century mean, fictional character Violet Crawley may have turned her up her haughty British nose to Americans and other foreigners alike, but had she been introduced to the Vanderbilt family or their 10 square mile Southern estate she may have made an exception.
The transition from summer to fall is my favorite change of seasons because it comes with a wardrobe transformation. Long pants replace shorts; chunky wools stand in for breezy linens. This time of year, I rush to colors and fabrics that echo the season.
We’re having major hair envy over Miranda Lambert’s pretty, undone plait. It’s easy, effortless, and will last through a full day of brisket, beer, and some good ole’ college football.