In honor of the Letter G, there is a Giveaway at the end of this post, so be sure to read to the bottom for your chance to enter and win!
Warning: the following image may cause temporary blindness. Tell me the truth…what do you think of this shirt?
My father wore this shirt in the 70s. My mother went to the store, made the conscious decision to buy the two fabrics, a pattern, and make this one-of-a-kind wonderment of 1970s fashion. The red really glitters in the sun…
I like a bit of glitter in my own wardrobe, so I’m wondering if the like of glitter can be inherited in the genes? My parents definitely dressed the part in the 60s and 70s. Maybe that’s why I like Elvis and the Rolling Stones, too.
If you haven’t been shopping lately, glitter is in this season. Shirts, skirts, scarves, and accessories. They all glitter…
If you like glitter in your clothing, people might take notice. You might draw some attention. What will attract people to you even more, however, is the glitter in your eye.
When your eyes sparkle, it’s attractive because others are drawn to your soul, not your scarf. What causes the sparkle is increased tear production, which reflects light. Your eyes tear when you show emotion, either happy or sad. Instead of (or in addition to) glamming out your closet, think about glamming up the twinkle your eyes.
The Glitter & Glam Giveaway
The one women in history who I respect for both her Glitter and her Glam was Coco Chanel. Born in 1883 in southern France, her mother died with she was 6 and she was raised in a convent. The nuns taught her to sew…and the rest is history.
To win a copy of the book “The Gospel According to Coco Chanel,” leave a comment on this post telling me how you glitter or glam, or if you liked my dad’s floral shirt (click on “Comments” at the top of this post). All e-mail addresses will be kept confidential. If you win I’ll contact you by e-mail to find out where you’d like the book to be mailed.
Contest Rules: One entry per person. U.S. and Canadian residents only. The only way to enter is to leave a comment to this post. One winner will be selected by random drawing on Monday and announced on The Chameleon’s Backbone next Tuesday, April 12. Good luck!