by Glutnix, flikcr.com
Merry Christmas everyone! It's the day after Christmas. Already! As I get older,Christmas just sneaks up on me even faster, and I cannot believe that Christmas is gone for 2009. I think I'd better start buying presents from January 2010 and put them away for 2010 Christmas season... Got a surprise for my birthday. The flu. The day before I thought I had allergies. Luckily, the flu was 70% gone by Christmas day so I could celebrate with my family. Hope your day was much better!
I declare 2010 the year of the dress. That's because I would like to start wearing them. I wear skirts, and it's usually to go to church. Skirt and blouse. Mix and match. Various combinations. Simplicity is to throw on a dress, voila. Add a belt, jewelry, shoe or boot, sweater, jacket, shrug (pick one or two please, not all). I was visiting a church one Sunday, and was looking at the clothing women were wearing, and saw there was a need for distinctive but understated dresses.
What is (or is going to be) the SK Clothes dress style and silhouette for 2010? Well, I like knee length, short or 3/4 sleeves dresses with a straight or subtle A-line skirt and a semi-fitted bodice. Details of some kind are a must, whether willowy ruffles, a few sharp pleats, buttons, or gathers.
I have two questions for you women out there. Choose your dress for the occasion. I don't mind if you let me know as well. What dress would you choose to wear to:
1. A New Year's Eve Concert?
2. To dinner with friends?
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I'll let you know my answer next week. Enjoy the rest of the Christmas season with family and friends!
Til next blog!