{tuesday: easy chic}


Often running out the door with a full day of projects and appointments and just enough time for a quick coffee along the way . . .


Of course, being pressed for time must not stop you from being put together. When there’s no time for a full blow-dry and style, or even a quick, classic chignon, a pretty high ponytail tied with velvet ribbon or paired with vintage flowers and delicate lace will ensure you’re stepping out with polish and elegance in any weather . . .

{images: Elle Sweden December 2004; Editorial: Aftonstjärna; Photographer: Jimmy Backius; Model: Caroline Winberg}

  1. I love the photographs AND I want that blouse! :-)

  2. i love everything about these photos! the accessories, her freckles, her eyeshadow…..just everything!

  3. Beth H says:

    just beautiful! hmmm… I never seem to look quite like that when I’m just rushing out the door to run my errands! : )

  4. Love these pretty photos! The blouse, the hair, the flower pin and even the nail polish are all so gorgeous!

  5. erin says:

    Love the pony – so cute! I just chopped my hair or I’d attempt it myself!

  6. Indeed! That’s the trick isn’t it? To look pulled together in an instant.

  7. This is one of the main reasons I’d never cut my locks too short. I adore the sophisticated ponytail look. It doesn’t have to look school girlish :)

  8. I just this fall cut off my pony tail to go back to a slightly shorter do…now you got me missing that pulled back look! :-)

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