Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Coming soon to the House Of Le'Moore Boutique . I am so excited about the new items that will be up for sale in the boutique, I can't wait to finsh the site which should be done this week. This 1930's short brocade cloak is so exquisite. The colors are vibrant, which is a show stopper at night. This is a great piece for any day or evening wear.
I am so tempetd to keep this green, pink, and white, 1960's jacket for myself, but my husband is always drilling in my ear to stop stealing from my own products LOL!!! So of course I have to let it go. This is so fabulous with a pair of short cut off demin shorts. Take a look.
Friday, June 26, 2009
Words can not express the lost of one of the greatest music moguls, Micheal Jackson. This is the man that I grew up listening to from sun up to sun down. From the age of 11 Micheal was breaking hearts and putting the dance moves on that was just so unforgettable. We all wanted to do the moon walk with the silver rhinestone glove. How about the red leather Billy Jean Jacket, if you had one you were styling and really cool. Well I am just speechless so here is a few pics to view and remember Micheal as we knew him.
Well as you all know two icons have passed away. First Farrah Fawcett and then Micheal Jackson. My heart goes out to the family and fans that love both from all over the world.
Farrah Fawcett as we best know her as being a Charlie's Angel, was known to the world as the 70's and 80's sex symbol. Her style was impecable and her hair was flawless as women from all over tried to copy her hair style, "The Farrah Fawcett" as people would say.
You had to have the layers and flips just the right way to be able to say you have her trade mark hairstyle. From her stylish hair to fabulous 70's clothing Farrah will be missed.
Farra passed away on June 25th 2009 in Santa Monica, California at St John's Health Center.
Photos courtesy of Wikipedia and Ebay.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Gone are the days of old Hollywood glamour. Bring them back when traveling by carrying along the vintage hatbot luggage. You can try them in all sizes, from big to small. Portray Audrey Hepburn at the airport with your hatbox luggage and I bet you will never leave home without it!!! Women such as Audrey, Joan, Dianne, and many more used to travel with these bags all of the time and even use them as handbags. Depending on the size I say why not set the tone for what fashion used to be.
Here is a fabulous one courtesy of Fancysvintagestore