Hi and welcome! 

I'm a Momma, wife and artist. With 3 of my 4 kids almost grown, I can look back and share with you everything I learned on my favorite subject, raising a family. Like Albert Einstein said "Rejoice with your family in the wonderful land of life" and though things may get messy, you can't really go wrong. xoox

leslie


 

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Tuesday
Jan222013

save time with a uniform

When I paint I wear an apron. When I cook I wear an apron.  When I go out in public, I wear an apron. Just kidding. But, I do wear a uniform.

 Einstein had only white shirts and the same color pants and jackets, so he would have one less thing to think about in the morning.  

What is your winter uniform?  Here's mine:  

1. blazer.  you can't mess this up. 

 Not only does it make whatever your wearing look instantly put together; it's actually really warm.  

 

 

 

2. Cashmere.  Since i base most of my wardrobe decisions on warmth.  It may be expensive but you will wear it all the time, so it pays for itself!    warm sweater=good.

3.White button down.  This is really more spring/summer, but, they go with everything and look good on everyone. And, you can wear it under your blazer or sweater! They are surprisingly hard to find.  Here are some good ones:)

That's it. plus some skinny jeans, flats or cute boots. I am finally done trying to put together an "outfit" every morning.  Just some variation on this theme and i'm good to go.   Now, it's Tuesday people, I've got to get my uniform on and get back to work! 

 

 


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