KD W. | Martinsville, IN

By on May 21, 2013, in My Style Profiles, Soft Surroundings


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Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely, but loudly proclaiming— WOW– What a Ride!

How would you describe your style?

Bohemian & Casual

Who in your life has inspired you most?

My Mother

What is your secret indulgence?

Time…crocheting or hand-building pottery.

Where is your favorite place to travel?

Spain and Puerto Vallarta

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

“Love Freely.”

What one clothing item is worth splurging for?

Jacket or Boots & Shoes

What is one fashion rule you always abide by?

Be comfy!

What is one fashion rule that was made to be broken?

The rule that says every season you need new clothing. I go for pieces that will be good for many seasons.

Do you have a signature scent?

Vanilla, patchouli and lavender (mixed)!

How do you unwind?

Crochet, pottery, time with grandbabies.

What are you most proud of?

My daughters and My Mother!

How would you describe the decor of your house?

Artsy

What’s your passion project or hobby?

Crochet and pottery.

How has your style evolved over the years?

In the 80s I tried to be “preppy” (but it didn’t work), in the 90’s more “motherly” (no sex appeal) and now just working myself into a boho-comfy style.

What’s your beauty routine?

Wash face and hair…hair air dries. Makeup consists of foundation, a touch of eye shadow and some mascara….done in under 15 min!

Do you have a signature accessory?

Sunglasses & bandanas in my hair.

Who influenced your personal style?

My Mother

Quote to live by?

“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming — WOW– What a Ride!”

What is your favorite Soft Surroundings product?Coachella Boot

Coachella boots

 

 

 

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  • Mary Lou

    I have become increasingly aware of how all/almost all of your clothes are “imported.” Why don’t you support items made in the USA? The price of my latest purchase which was made in India really puzzles me and makes me wonder if you are so profit driven that you cannot support products from our country.

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