they wore coats
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geniuses and fashionistas
I ended up at the Apple Store, on Madison Avenue, this past Sunday. That either sounds very interesting to you or infinitely boring. For me, it turned out to be a winter fashion review. There were “geniuses” and fashionistas.
The building, was originally a bank, with vaulted ceilings, a marble staircase, and the bank vault on view. And what did they wear? They wore coats.
I was there with my husband, (tangent coming). Oh how I dislike the term “hubby.” I mean really, must you?
I’m afraid that “hubby” might be what Pence’s “mother” calls him.
And partner has always meant business partner to me, which I suppose spouses are, but still, it’s so cold, so clinical, partner.
Perhaps I should call my husband “pardner,” like in the Old West, or like the “old salt” we knew on Cape Cod? He called my husband “pard.” Ok, I’m a bit hypomanic today—tangent over.
This is what the simple folk, of Madison Avenue, were wearing. Colorful coats, not the usual black that most citizens of New York are in year around.
This woman’s coat looks just red here, probably because she is standing next to the red t-shirts of the geniuses, but her coat was more like a rich persimmon color, a color I’ve been attracted to for a long time.
Another style was the faux fur teddy bear like coat. “Teddy bear” coats are everywhere, I think its fair to say that everybody has now “knocked off” the original Max Mara coat.
This woman just has the look, the upper Manhattan, Sunday at the Apple Store look, Continue Reading