Monday, October 15, 2012


Alycia from Crowley Party in Michael Kors dress
Shannon from Style with Shannon
Loving her Enzo Anglioni shoes
Shannon in lovely Tory Burch dress
Cara Loren from CaraLoren in Jodi Christopher from Dillards
Cara's shoes are Kelsey Dagger
On the left is Emily over at Creamy. She's wearing Eliza J. from Nordstrom.

Being musicians first and foremost, we have to admit we were excited to be part of the Utah Opera's opening night red carpet event. We've all heard bits and pieces of Verdi's Il Trovatore, but I have to admit, I've never seen it live (even with all of my metropolitan opera days in NYC). I wish we had a picture, but the lighting and set design were the best we've seen at the Utah Opera, so kudos to those taking cues from the likes of the Met opera designs. And I have to admit, I particularly loved the control and passion of Scott Piper's voice (the Tenor playing Manrico).

So onto the style, We met a few other bloggers out for the event and we have to tell you that they were all very beautifully dressed. You might already be following some of them, but they are beautiful aren't they? For particulars on what they're all wearing and where to buy, definitely take a look at their individual sites. Somehow we missed Alycia in that last picture, but she was wearing a gorgeous sequin Michael Kors dress (seen up top). Stay tuned tomorrow to see what we were wearing....

And congratulations to the Utah Opera for a beautiful night out. (P.S. I am LOVING the upwards lighting beneath the stage! Well done [couldn't disagree more with the Tribune's review of it])!

Friday, October 12, 2012


OK so although we're liking the look, we're kinda feelin the sunglasses. We may have to be on the look out for spring. We took this shot before Rochas SS '13 showed in Paris (see the runway shot), so this lovely lady was onto something. By the way, we're kinda loving that Rochas look. The dress is pretty amazing (and what is that fabric?). Oh and we've got a look coming showcasing the white collars seen on so many runways. So keep a look out....

Thursday, October 11, 2012



This look was supposed to be the outfit I wore to the Grotto concert in Moab. But I realized only right before, that going down the river in a speedboat, walking through sand and hiking the rocks to the "first tier" (the natural ledge of rocks in the grotto amphitheater), that maybe this was not the best pick (hence, contributing to my bad packing in that post). So here's the outfit that never got seen, and would've looked a heck of a lot nicer in pictures. By the way, the dress is vintage, glasses are Quetee and everything else you've seen before. 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012


Oh Valentino.You have been the modest girl's friend these last few seasons. We couldn't let the fashion month leave without posting some of our favorite Spring lines. And of course Valentino always seems to be near the top of that list. We feel these looks are very 30's inspired. Which is nice since so many of the other lines were very edgy (think lots of leather and graphic/bold prints). We saw these last week while we were boarding a plane and were definitely fawning over them. We know that some of the linings are a little too sheer, but please don't fault us for that. They are still so beautiful. We know we tend to gravitate towards modest evening wear (since that is what we do), but we hope one day high fashion modest evening wear is not far out of your reach.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


Now isn't she just so cute? We LOVE her top. We also like the throw back to the 80's wash jean. We don't know if we're quite so brave to sport them, but by all means, if you do it like this, we say go for it!

Monday, October 8, 2012


Our title makes you think of leisure suits from the 70s, but seriously we couldn't think of anything that got the point across! (Great, now all we can think of is Randy Quaid walking around the super market in Christmas Vacation. Step away, step away. ) Anyway, this outfit was so obviously inspired by poppy delevigne it's not even funny. We're really liking the loose combo here with the loose T and relaxed fit trousers. This was one of our last late summer looks, but if you throw on a trim or even loose jacket (seen here at Paris Fashion week) it really could take you right into fall. Add some heels and a clutch and you're ready for business...leisure style :)