I hope she's wearing green pantyhose. This is an unusual photo anyway, so this cannot easily be explained. There is another record label with Moore wearing that same outfit. And I thought Mary's nightgown looked unusual. Actually I think I can explain that picture quite easily. You see, before she was an actress Mary Tyler Moore was a dancer.
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She turned the world on with her smile and proved to women everywhere that yes, you can pull off a beret after She always showed up and dressed up, rotating 10 or so closet classics that could just as easily be worn today. Believe me, I have—and wear—them all too. In navy, black, or a bright, her collection of ribbed turtles were eternally chic, tucked into either a pencil skirt or high-waisted flares. This plaid, pleated A-line was perfection, especially with a patent leather belt. Yes, she works in an office, but you'd never catch Mary in something boxy or overly buttoned up.
When you think of a fashion icon from the past, who is the first person that comes to mind? Marilyn Monroe? Audrey Hepburn? Edie Sedgwick , perhaps? We feature women who have not only made an impact, but also have distinct signature styles that we can still draw inspiration from today.
Post a Comment. I was recently traveling for work, which meant I was cut off from our TIVO and forced to watch TV in real time in my hotel room, sufferin One of my favorite things about holiday episodes is the decorations—I just love seeing how set designers deck the halls of our favorite sitcom characters. This is the first in a new series of detailed posts closely examining the holiday decorations found in some classic TV sitcoms.