Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Skirt & Boots....Five Points

Fully caffeinated, I charged out of Drip coffee in Five Points and nearly smacked into this pretty combination--a floaty ruffled skirt paired with embroidered cowboy boots.
Here's another view.

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Linabel....Antiquing

I was hoping to stumble across a treasure as I visited the antique outpost at the corner of Blossom and Huger--and indeed, I did! This lovely young woman with the lyrical name had style, to boot. She and her friends were perfectly charming.

It was good to be out and about the town on a sunny afternoon. You might not have noticed, but I have been a bit indisposed and unable to update this blog. It seems I was the victim of mistaken identity; authorities detained me, believing I was a character known as "The Catnapper". Luckily, the cat-loving fiend was apprehended outside The Nickelodeon theater by a band of children--and I am now free to return to polite society.  I suppose that's what Mr. Shakespeare meant by "all's well that ends well."

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Style on Ice....Boyd Plaza

Today, after bidding farewell to the Rothko exhibit at the Columbia Museum of Art, I stood out by the rink and snapped photos of the skaters going by.  What a delightful scene for a fashion anthropologist....a veritable parade of puffer vests, mittens, sweaters, and knit hats!




 This young man looked particularly handsome in a basic Gamecock hoody....
 ...these two seemed at ease on their skates....
... and here, the ever-versatile pea coat in action.
Finally, perhaps the most adorable skater of all.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Daisy & Friend....Riverfront Park

I met these two when Daisy's friend asked me if I'd take a photo. It seems this was the pair's first jog together along the city canal and the pretty young woman wanted to document it. Sweet, no? Of course, I obliged using her camera...then taking a second photo for my files--because she was the third runner I'd passed that day who had matched her neon shirt and shoes.  Coincidence or a trend?