It’s mid-March and time to think about Spring. What’s springier than blue and white?
Or, very little. Navy and white is the quintessential spring pairing, isn’t it?
Here, we honor the approaching equinox with a twist: french blue, white, & black.
I am not sure about this jacket. I bought it so as to have a fitted but casual black cotton jacket in my arsenal, but I wonder if the open neckline isn’t too much for my frame. Too much for anyone’s frame.
For those who have been wishing that you could absorb the teachings of The Directrice in more than one medium, this is your lucky day.
I was interviewed by Kathryn Rubino of Above the Law and the podcast is available here. In terms of personal achievements and life goals, this ranks just below the time that my apartment was featured on Apartment Therapy.*
The one thing that I failed to convey during this interview is how much all of you, dear readers, mean to me.**
You’re such an accomplished, intelligent, contemplative, and funny group of women and I am so honored that you find it worth your time (admittedly two minutes, twice a week) to read this blog. Your comments are my compensation and I appreciate all of them. And pine for more!
So thank you for reading, thank you for commenting, and thank you for recommending this blog to your friends.
Jacket: Marissa Webb (now available on Yoox and The Outnet — but I got mine for a lot less during the Marissa Webb warehouse sale . . . so I would wait for price to drop substantially); Blouse: Vanessa Bruno; Pants: JCrew Campbell capris; Shoes: Tory Burch; Bag: Orla Kiely
* I am not joking. If I am ever invited to go some place as The Directrice, my happiness will be complete. This would include being asked to judge a cat show in Timonium, MD.
** To be clear, it’s not like I was asked, “Do you care about your readers?” and I said, “Absolutely not!” and am now trying to walk that back. But I had planned to talk about YOU (to describe your varied professions, creativity, humor, etc.) and Michelle Obama and then failed to direct the conversation in either of those directions. (They do say that lawyers are terrible deposition witnesses.) I did manage to thank The Photographer for all of his encouragement and support; had I whiffed on that point, I would have asked ATL for a do-over.