We wrote about Anna Wintour’s office one year or two ago. The article is topped as one of our popular blogs. Her office style is just like the way she dresses herself, chic, clean, well-organized yet relaxing with feminine vibes. If you would like read this article, you can click here
And today, I am going to mainly focus on her fashion style since you know NYE is coming and we all think how to dress ourselves to welcome the next new decade.
We never see her dress sloppy or out of style at any public moment thanks to her signature essentials that have made her who she has been over the decades. So, let’s take a look together:
Sunglasses—we rarely see her without glasses .One of the most famous people in the world of fashion, Wintour, who has been editor since 1988 and artistic director for Condé Nast, Vogue’s publisher, since 2013, is seen sporting her heavy black frames to most runway shows and events. She even kept the glasses on when she sat beside Her Majesty the Queen at Richard Quinn’s London Fashion Week runway show in February 2018.
Her reason to wear the sunglasses often was well explained in a 60 Minutes interview in 2009, she reportedly said: “They are seriously useful. I can sit in a show and if I am bored out of my mind, nobody will notice … At this point, they have become, really, armor.”
Well, for whatever the reason, she just looks very cool with that pair of heavy-framed sunglasses.
Hi, guys, it’s TGIF and we are still in mood for Christmas like playing Christmas music on Pandora for the whole day. What about you? How’s your day going on so far?
In spirit of holidays, I would love to share some of our amazing experiences of this year’s Christmas with you.
One of things we love to do is to drive through the country roads during a peaceful holiday afternoon and just watch how sunshine is beaming through the woods. We have one Christmas tradition is to have a drink or afternoon tea at Fairmont Grand Del Mar, San Diego. Nestled within 400 acres of coastal canyon, San Diego’s Fairmont Grand Del Mar is an oasis of calm and beauty—with a touch of classic 1920s Hollywood glamour. The architecture is actually Italian Renosance and the interiors is by the renowned interior designer Michael Smith who designed Obama’s white house. The Christmas decoration in Fairmont Grand Del Mar is top-notch, super classical and glamorous.
Well, hope you enjoy seeing these festive pictures. And good news today is that I have some great deals for you from Waterford Crystal, Wedgwood fine china to Nordstrom half-annual sales, check all of them out below and it is time to pumper yourself.