I'm Ready for Fall Weather, Clothing; Fashion Group's Event Wednesday at Epping Should Brighten Mood

By Young, Noreen | The Florida Times Union, September 13, 2010 | Go to article overview

I'm Ready for Fall Weather, Clothing; Fashion Group's Event Wednesday at Epping Should Brighten Mood


Young, Noreen, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Noreen Young, skirt! blogista beautyandskinchef

It's been so hot for 50 days straight I feel like a frothy cup of cappuccino at a cafe in Italy.

I hate it. Now, I don't want it to be so cold that it snows ... just cooler. I have never wanted the fall season as badly as I do now. I so crave pumpkins, fall flowers, hot apple cider and more.

I long to wear my black leather pants that hug my full curves ahead body. I want to enjoy a cozy, pretty sweater. I want to find a new leather jacket in another color. I collect them. I long for a new necklace that perfectly drapes my neck and chest.

I want a new pair of beautiful earrings that sparkle for daytime. Yes, for the day. Why wait until the nighttime, girls? You only live once.

I want a pair of "to die for," as Rachel Zoe would say, high heels I may only be able to wear an hour in.

Can't wait to wrap my pashmina scarf around my neck and feel the first chill of fall. I also hope I can find that perfect black or hot red dress of the season. My old boss Diane Von Furstenberg always said, "Feel like a woman. …

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