Mae Clair: Blogging with Style

I had a pleasant surprise yesterday when I learned I’d been nominated for the Stylish Blogger Award by my friend and sister author, L.J. Kentowski. Thanks, L.J.!
I’m jazzed by the honor. 🙂

So the idea is to share the last time I dressed up.  Hmmm . . .

I work in an office in a position that requires me to dress up each day. I admit I’m a bit of a girly-girl so I like that, including all the accessorizing it allows me to do. Jewelry, shoes even reading glasses. Don’t ask how many pair, especially when it comes to shoes. Can we say ‘addicted?’ It’s embarrassing.

Since I’m in earth tones today (brown, black and topaz) and they’re not very exciting, I’ll spin the clock back to last week: black flounced skirt, bright turquoise blouse, bright turquoise high heels and a black summer jacket. Jewelry, of course, had to be turquoise with silver. I’m pathetically coordinated.

And now I’d like to pass on this illustrious award to other incredible bloggers:

Donna Cummings
Jenna Storm
Christina McKnight
Stephanie Ingram

10 thoughts on “Mae Clair: Blogging with Style

  1. How nice! Congrats on being honored, Mae! That black and turquoise outfit also sounds like a real winner, too. And throw in some silver– that’s a great look, girl! You do you! I wish I had the clothes, and energy (um, and cash!) to go girly most days. I’m very impressed!


    • Hiya, Venice! Always a pleasure to have you drop by 🙂 Thanks so much!

      I’ve built my wardrobe from years and years of working in an office. Now if I only had more closet space, LOL!


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