My beautiful paternal grandmother who my other siblings and I, even my mother (when around us), and cousins, called “Grandma”, Mrs. Ella Pearl Webb.
Saved! She loved to sew! I can remember her patterns being out on the table when I was little, she also made me and my older sister dresses, baked rolls, cooked, loved to dress, classy in style, hats and all, and loved Doublemint & Spearmint gum!
(That’s not all I remember about her.)
It’s something how I can remember her food while writing this, how it looked, and some of the things she would make.
Mothers and Grandmothers play an important role in their children and grandchildren’s lives. #GrandMa 💜
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I went shopping this week for pantyhose and came across a variety of hosiery including fashion over the knee socks.
One item in particular that I saw were packages of Footless Tights. Which sparked the question of comparison to their likeness to leggings, “Aren’t Footless Tights the same as Leggings?”
There were even some lined with fleece. There really is no difference and from one package I saw, they can be or are worn out like leggings or pants. Why the emphasis of calling them Footless Tights? Maybe it will draw people to buy them because of the unique description.
My choice? I went for a classic that I wear: Black “Opaque Tights”. 🙂
They are thicker than pantyhose, great for the Winter months, and provide a nice classic, professional, polished, put together look with your skirts and dresses.They can be worn with flats, heels, and boots.
Who came up with Footless Tights?
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I saw a post yesterday evening on Facebook by BRIDES for a pair of blue Christian Louboutin wedding heels! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bride wear blue weddings shoes on her wedding day. It’s certainly a fashion statement and goes along with the Wedding chliché:
“Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue.”
I am used to the traditional style and look. Blue shoes is something I would have to think on. The one’s that I saw, certainly are beautiful, click the link below and it will take you to a variety of blue shoes to view. Enjoy! 🙂
Fashion 101’s topic for today is: “THE CLUTCH PURSE!
According to fashion expert, Nina Garcia, from the hit show Project Runway, the clutch purse is the best companion for an evening out! It will NOT get in the way of your look and only support your stylish efforts!
Now, that’s a plus!
Currently, I am carrying a beautiful clutch purse by Jessica Simpson. Black with lace detail that compliments just about all of my outfits, day or night.
While empowering your femininty and showing your sense of style, clutches come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and materials. Check out the gorgeous handmade crochet clutch below made by yours truly, available exclusively at BridgeKnits™
UPDATE!!! You will be able to view my handmade clutches right here at EffortlessBeauty or on my personal Facebook Page! I will post them soon, be on the lookout! 🙂
A clutch purse is definitely a piece that every stylish woman should own! So ressurect that vintage clutch from your grandmother’s closet or seek to find that one clutch that defines your sense of style.
“Fashion can be bought. Style one must possess.” – Edna Woolman Chase
Clutch On Ladies!!!
DISCLAIMER: I am in no way associated with or affliated with the Jessica Simpson Brand, Project Runway, or fashion expert Nina Garcia.
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