Photographs by Jennifer Denton. ©2019.
If you read Brenda’s Blog then you know I sometimes write about my sweet girl, Annie. When Annie was only six weeks old I drove an hour south of here to meet her. She and her mom and seven siblings had been living on the street until they were rescued and placed with a foster family. I fell for Annie right away, but she looked at me for two seconds and then ran off to play with the chickens. Two weeks later I brought Annie home, and we’ve become best friends. That was two and a half years ago.
Annie has permanent eyeliner—a smoky eye—and a gorgeous reddish-brown coat. I’m so jealous.
Photographs by Jennifer Denton, ©2018. Photographed at Park 31 in Spring Branch, Texas.
In September I shared a beautiful, taupe, flannel jacket from Whistle River Trading, and everyone loved it, especially me. Last week I went to a ranch in Montana… Legends of the Fall country, and my jacket was the perfect thing to wear in their cool, crisp weather.
Today I’m sharing another one of Whistle River Trading’s pieces, this gorgeous velvet skirt. It has the Holidays written all over it.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JENNIFER DENTON, ©1010ParkPlace, 2018
It’s still crazy hot everywhere, but that hasn’t stopped us from thinking about the fall weather that’s just around the corner. While summer clothes can be fun, many of us prefer the rich colors and textures of fall clothes. Speaking of fall clothes…
I’m excited to share an affordable brand that’s designed with our age group in mind.
The calendar may say it’s spring, but in many parts of the country the reality is cool weather, even snow. For the last few years I’ve kept my eye out for a duster, the perfect solution for chilly mornings. Dusters generally bring to mind images of cowboys and gunslingers or Kurt Russell and Sam Elliott, walking the streets of Tombstone, Arizona, in long black coats.
Dusters are stylish alternatives to coats and blazers.
PHOTOGRAPHS BY JENNIFER DENTON ©1010ParkPlace, 2018
This week I’m breaking out of my more tailored style and wearing something a little more trendy… bell sleeves. Also I’m layering bracelets and necklaces and instead of the smaller purses I prefer, I’m carrying a basket! Part of me wants to say, “Who are you, and how did this happen?” The how is easy… I went shopping with my friend, Heather Wolff, former owner of Worth New York in San Antonio. As a longtime clothing consultant, Heather has a well-developed eye for putting outfits together.
When I told Heather I only have dress up clothes and gym clothes, she said, “You have a life in-between. You need clothes for your life!”