Monday Morning Inspiration/Pantsuits Are Back!July 17, 2017 / byRhonda Buss / Categories : Feeds
Last week, my husband purchased a regular bird feeder, and a hummingbird feeder. I have feeders out in the garden, hanging in trees. More often than not, regardless of what I do, the squirrels have a heyday, but...they need to eat too ;) You should see some of the contortions they make to get to the seeds. Absolutely hilarious!
The new bird feeders are hanging just outside my patio door. I think we have created monsters!!! At times there are 10 birds vying for a space on the feeder. Then someone will get their shorts in a twist and start a fight. The hummingbirds are just as bad. There are 4 spouts on the feeder, but there is one little bird who does not like to share and chases everyone else away. I wish I could get across to them that there's plenty...share...there's more to come! I've smiled a lot over the last few days, but in reality, they are actually no different from us when we feel jealous and territorial. Hmmm ;)
From Vogue magazine, to various blog posts, I have read a number of articles about how the pantsuit is back. So I decided to take a look around. What I discovered is that yes, they are back,but with a much more feminine touch than the power suits of the 80s and 90s.
This is a suit from Carolina Herrera. The jacket is soft, somewhat structured, but given a feminine touch with the sweet tie.
Another suit from a recent Carolina Herrera collection. Contrasting plaids with the softness of the added peplum.
A little more traditional, but softened with the overcoat rather than a structured jacket.
A completely matched outfit. The magic touch...the contrasting shoes.
The perfect travel suit, a great pair of wool pants paired with a cashmere sweater and a matching unstructured coat.
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