Meet Kelly

If you love fashion, you’re in the right place.

I have always enjoyed shopping and putting outfits together. Some of my earliest memories are of looking for that perfect first-day-of-school dress – remember when we used to have separate school, dressy, and play clothes? I loved shopping for all of it!

When I was old enough to go by myself, I spent hours browsing the stores in the Galleria – Laura Ashley (oh, the Easter dresses!) and Lord & Taylor (new sweater and riding boots!) were two of my favorites. Madras shirts, khaki pants, and twisty beads – I followed The Official Preppy Handbook to a T.

Here’s the great thing about being fashionable: when you wear clothes that enhance your features, you project confidence and radiate happiness; this in turn affects every aspect of your life. I would love to help you make that transformation.

Hair and makeup: Brandie Seifert Hollywood Hippie Cosmetics

Photo credit: Erin Mitchell The Delusionist

10 thoughts on “Meet Kelly

  1. I just read this today and though of you…

    It is never too late to be what we might have been.
    -George Elliot

    Kudos on this writing journey of yours – from far away, I look forward to reading about life reinvented. I know that it may not look exactly as you thought it might when you started this blog, but it’s the deliberate attempt at crafting a new reality for yourself that is authentic and whole that I definitely applaud and support.

    Love you.

  2. Hi!

    I was wondering if I could use your photo of the outside of Matt’s at the Market? In November I attended a filming as part of the audience for Throwdown with Bobby Flay with Matt’s being the other player. It is on Wed nite Jan26 8:30PM ET/PT. I wanted to do a little blurb on my blog – an amateur one – and came across your trip to Seattle on your blog.

  3. Catherine just showed this to me! Your writing is superb, sweetheart! It made my throat hurt just reading it. I can only tell you that, while you may always miss them, most of the time the happy and loving thoughts FAR outweigh the sad ones. I love you! Aunt Glen

    1. Thank you! I’m still in that thinking-about-her-every-minute phase. I think I have to release the difficult and unpleasant memories on my way to resting in the happy, loving ones. XO

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