Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Mens wear on an estrogen high! With the lovely Two Birds.

Back in the 70's I loved the Annie Hall look.  I know some of you are saying Granny, (which I'm not, it just sounds better than old lady!)  quit .looking to the past and telling stories that begin with "when I was young".  
I still do love the look.  I just prefer to put my silverstyle spin on it.
To those of you that are young, rock on.  To those of us that are a little older, I just say rock on with more silverstyle.
I would wear this outfit just about anywhere........I think the tie is worth the weird looks I'd get!

Back when I was young,,,,,,,,,,oh crap I'm doing it again.  Maybe it's time for my medication!
So how do I look my little birds?  http://twobirdsboutique.blogspot.com/

My inspiration

 What I wore

Look close.  Yep, that's a pearl tie.  Years ago I rummaged it from my Mom's junk, jewelery box.  Then it promptly went into my junk, jewelery box.  Well, shazam looks like I got myself a tie.
Silk blouse         Thrifted 2.50
Suede, vest        Goodwill 2.50
Flare, jeans        Kohls a couple of years old apx 20.00
Velvet clutch      Thrifted 1.50
You can't see my shoes but they are a pair of awesome bronze, wedges that I've had for about 4 years.  Since you can't see them I don't have to cost them out!


  1. You look great! I am especially loving the black jeans!

  2. love the Annie Hall look! and this is great on you. i'm really loving that tie! pops great with the rest of the black outfit! very cute!


  3. A very elegant and sophisticated outfit, perfect for an evening out!

  4. you are a hot mama! That pearl tie is absolutely gorgeous, the most unique tie so far!


  5. i love that tie. i want to take it and put it in my junk jewelry box!!! great look!

  6. A pearl tie...how cool is that! Very original. I love your clutch, too. I am into clutches these days. Debbie http://thriftygirlvintage.blogspot.com

  7. Looks good!

    I stumbled you. My post is http://booksyourkidswilllove.blogspot.com/2011/05/summer-of-reading.html