Friday, November 26, 2010

If I could I would...

If I could, I would sport this adorable jumpsuit by Joseph all over town. It's the anti-overall. It's actually perfectly tailored, preppy and slightly retro at the same time. Love the long slim legs and the white button details. The navy color has sailor written all over it, but dark enough to be dressed up with a silky blouse.

Seems that these days I am attracted to just about anything that has a waist...jealousy i suppose.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, Valerie Frankel is a local author who lives in Park Slope. She’s recently written a book that I think is perfect for Park Slope parents – it’s very irreverent, wildy funny, and is perfect for the woman (or man) who tries so hard to do it all and (secretly) hates the other parents who make it look so easy to be perfect.
    Since the author is local – I’m trying to get the word out about this book on Facebook & in the blog word to the local Brooklyn community. So, in brief, I’m writing to a) ask whether you’d be interested in me sending you a free copy of the book and b) to find out whether you’d be interested in either sharing news about the book on you Facebook page and/or blog. Additionally, if you’re interested, I’m happy to set up a text interview with the author and you!
    I do hope to hear from you & thanks for taking the time to read this.
    Sarah Goldstein
    St. Martin’s Press
    About Valerie (the author):
    VALERIE FRANKEL is the author of THIN IS THE NEW HAPPY and such chick lit favorites as THE ACCIDENTAL VIRGIN, THE GIRLFRIEND CURSE and HEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL. The former articles editor at Mademoiselle, Valerie has contributed to the New York Times, O, Glamour, Allure, Self, Good Housekeeping, among many other publications.
    About the Book:
    From the author of THIN IS THE NEW HAPPY comes a hilarious new memoir about embracing your Inner Hater. In the midst of a health and career crisis, Valerie uncorks years of pent up rage, and discovers you don't have to be happy to be happy. You don’t have to love everyone else to like yourself. And that your Bitchy Twin might just be your funniest, most valuable and honest ally. Learn more at