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November 3, 2015
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from Vanishing Act - TMagazine NYTimes from Vanishing Act – TMagazine NYTimes

Style Mood: November

This month Cate Blanchett sets the mood for my style inspiration. She has the the grace and poise of a confident and talented woman. Her style is sleek, modern and feminine. She is a phenominally talented actress and yet remarkably humble of her success. She has a sort of ease about her fashion sense, not the kind of woman you’d see chasing new trends. 

November is a prelude to winter! Rich neutrals in warm tones of heather grey, chocolate, ivory, black and even a hint of golden yellow are the colors I am looking forward to wearing. Introducing heavier textures such as tweed, suede, velvet and cashmere is what this month craves. 

Decor Mood: November

To compliment Cate Blanchett, this month I am inspired by the beauty of simplicity. The sleek lines of mid-century modern combined with the rich textures and colors of fall. 

From: Architectural Digest - In the living room of a Bridgehampton, New York, residence devised by architecture, interiors, and landscape firm Sawyer | Berson and decorator Randi Puccio From: Architectural Digest – In the living room of a Bridgehampton, New York, residence devised by architecture, interiors, and landscape firm Sawyer | Berson and decorator Randi Puccio From: Pimlico New Canaan From: Pimlico New Canaan From: Architectural Digest - The home of actor Patrick Dempsey From: Architectural Digest – The home of actor Patrick Dempsey From: Architectural Digest From: Architectural Digest Found on remodelwithsaz.com Found on remodelwithsaz.com Found on artbillboards.com Found on artbillboards.com

 

Social Affairs: November

November 3rd: VOTE

One of the candidates for this election’s Republican Party, a mom of West School and woman with great public deportment is urging us to get out there and cast our ballot. 

There is nothing that affects us more than local politics – our schools,
our local roads, our cell phone service, our parks, our pools, our library,
our everything.
Please do come out and vote tomorrow and please get your friends to do the
same.
1) Polls are open from 6am to 8pm at Saxe and the High School.  

To see where you are registered visit – http://www.sots.ct.gov/sots/cwp/view.asp?a=3172&q=512796

2) You may also register to vote and vote at the same time at the Registrar’s
Office at Town Hall tomorrow.

November 8th: André Leon Talley, The Himmel Award and Lecture at the Katonah Museum Of Art

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Thank you all for your continuing support! 

Happy November!

xo, 

Ana-Maria 

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I'm Ana-Maria. A New Canaan mom devoted to beauty and family: a passionate stylist, a lover of home decor, a lifestyle blogger. Welcome to my space! I hope this blog inspires you to explore a new you. Feel free to leave a comment or follow me on social media.

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