Yesterday I dreamed of my trip to Cannes. Today, I've found the perfect Côte d'Azur ensemble, thanks to Chanel's 2011 resort collection.

Wouldn't this look smashing billowing on-board some fellow's yacht?
I might also need some Miss Trish of Capri sandals to go with:And, it wouldn't hurt to have some fabulous accessories from Turq:

A Poetic Moment

Last night as I drove home, I was struck by this poem, read on NPR's The Writer's Almanac. Admittedly Garrison Keillor's voice has the literary weight to make reading People magazine sound more elegant and erudite. But, whether because of Keillor's soft oratory tone or Jenkin's powerfully veiled words, this poem resonated with me:

Things I Learned from Carrie

For me, the countdown to the release of Sex and the City 2 began weeks ago (er, actually the day after the first movie was released). The initial time I saw the trailer, I giddily shrieked out loud at the appearance of Aiden (thank goodness he's finally landed a gig more glamorous than being the voice of Applebee's).

To say I'm a devoted fan would be an understatement.
Every Friday in recent memory, while I wait on my hubby to get home from work, I select an episode (or three)at random, shake up a pink cocktail, and feel like I'm catching up with old friends. I anticipate that 20 years from now, I will still be watching my old episodes, delighting in the fashions, laughing and crying along with the girls.

Ultimately, every woman has a little Carrie, a little Charlotte, a little Miranda and perhaps even a touch of Samantha within her. More than the shoes, or the enviable fancy dinners, or the glimpses of New York City, what I adore most about the show is the friendship.
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