Olive Look: Pretty Vintage

My dears, today I am feeling sexy secretary or sophisticated boss lady, ready to file those papers, take on the boardroom and whip you all into ship shape.

What better ensemble for a day like today then this sweet and smart combo of a lacy vintage shirt, a delicate and flirty, with a jet black skirt and vibrant red and white scarf that say ‘kicking butt and taking names”!

Add a pair of simple, classic black ballet flats and you’ve got the ultimate, at work 9-5 and beyond combo.  Time to ask for that raise!

Olive Goil: Nanette Lepore

“The fashion district is facing extinction, and small factories are being lost to developers and without the Garment District, young designers cannot get their start in New York City.”

Listen up readers, that is the forceful voice of today’s Olive Goil, the designer Nanette Lepore. Miss L. is a gal that can make a dress that takes your breath away, craft a pair of dazzling high heels and in the process, stand up for the rights of the hard-working folks who make the America fashion industry move and shake.

Miss Lepore is one of the wonderful spokeswomen of “Save the Garment Center”, a trade association “devoted to promoting New York’s Garment District, and the fashion companies or brands who use it.”

It is also one of the main focuses of this year’s Fashion Night Out, a very special series of fashion hooplas, where I will be attending (and hosting my dears!) a series of wonderful events.

All I have to say, is hooray, hoorah and huzzah – for beautifully crafted, precisely made, totally gorgeous clothing, hailing from the U.S. of A!

Oh, and how could I forget, today’s Goil, the lovely Miss Lepore, is also the creator of some of my most very favorite fun, flirty and feminine fashions. I just took a look at her fall line, and my darlings… I have died and gone to clotheshorse heaven!!