Fall Wishlist

Because of the recession, the organization of trends has gone to hell. In my latest InStyle, they list the trends, and literally, right next to each other are The Trend: Country and The Trend: City. We also have a page full of how bright coats are in, but if our eyes wander to the right of the spread, there is a chunk talking about how your good ol’ camel coat is still a wonderful classic. I guess they want to make their readers feel good about using what they have, which I am all for, but it is still frustrating to zero in on anything.

So, I apologize, my loves, but as far as this fall winter season goes, I am winging it, taking my own path, and seeing wherever it leads me. I will update you along the way.


1 Response to “Fall Wishlist”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    August 22, 2009 at 5:27 am

    Sarah Dearest,
    i was online and decided to check out your blog. It is very interesting. It also reminded me that i have 3 dressed, and 2 belts i want to show you that i made.



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