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Monday, March 08, 2010

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How to Do the Oscars in (my) Style

If someone should offer you tickets to a $150-a-head, black tie, Oscar watch party, you say yes first, and worry about what to wear after. Then you consult with your stylist:

Naturally, you will pay a visit to one of the major design houses:

You'll know The Dress when you see it...

...because it will seem like it was made just for you.


Choose an escort who brings an appropriate sense of dignity and decorum to such events:


Be prepared for wardrobe malfunctions:

Be thankful that you can count on your "people" to make you look good:

Be discreet when using your phone to snap photos of celebrities:


Consider keeping the program as a souvenir. The duck-shaped butter pat, while unique, may not hold up as well over the years.


Finally, savor your moment in the spotlight...


...but never lose sight of the bigger picture:




Blogger Jomama said...

I love the way you tell a story. What a great dress! (Though some of us would not want that much attention in that area--YOU look FAB.)

7:23 PM  
Blogger Kyran said...

What? Who WOULDN'T want to have a sequined bullseye drawn around their hips, tummy and uh, lady parts??

;-) somehow I doubt this one will make the society page!

7:38 PM  
Blogger Denise said...

of all the pics, the last is my fav.

8:52 PM  
Blogger Cassie said...

Fun fun!!

12:32 AM  
Blogger MrsAlbrecht said...

Loved the photo of "never lose sight of the bigger picture". Got to my heart :)

3:06 AM  

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