When the weather is not quite cool enough for you to wear a sweater, but not warm enough for you to go without, tie it around your shoulders and neck. this will not only save you from carrying it but it will also add an extra dimension to your outfit,. However, never wear it tied around your hips . It kooks sloppy and exaggerates the size of your hips.

Until the next time

                      STAY WELL AND LOOK YOUR BEST




   Hello Everyone

          I am interrupting my 20 Steps to tell you about a new arrival in  department and chain stores – BEDBUGS. They are no longer only in beds, they have come a long way, they are now living in stores. We have to fear meeting them in sweaters or, yes, underwear. Victoria Secret encountered a problem. Of course, they took immediate action to solve it. And Abercrombie & Fitch closed one of their stores for two days, and many other retailers are trying to nip the problem in the bud by taking preventive measures.

       I must admit my heart goes out to these retailers. They have not asked or done anything to deserve the visit of bedbugs. I remember a time when they were in beds. I even remember that when I was a child, to the horror of my mother, we found some in our beds. And I don’t remember an exterminate coming, but I can still see my mother turning our beds over and under every morning and evening to find them – and then they were gone!

          Well, that was then, and this  is now. Now bedbugs have found new ways to attack us. I am not squeamish, but I would not like to worry about having a visitor in the seams of my new bra. So what is there to do? To tell you the truth, I don’t know!  Maybe I will wait to go shopping again until this problem has been solved and the stores give us the green light!

          In the meantime, let’s look at our wardrobes and maybe by putting things together differently we can live with what we have until the coast is clear.

         Of course, if you don’t live in New York City, and the bedbugs have not come to your town, this will not throw a curve ball into your shopping spree.  But for the unfortunate women of Manhattan, we have to be patient. Instead of inviting bedbugs into our home by going shopping – let’s wait.

         I will continue with the 20 Steps next week

         Until then


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