I was featured in Atlanta Magazine!

One thing that’s keeping my spirits high this week is my invitation to be featured in the March issue of Atlanta Magazine! 

I’m learning that, in the midst of life’s stressors, it’s so important to find ways to reaffirm myself in my purpose by reconnecting with what I love. Being able to have fun creatively, connecting with new people was so motivating. 

Being photographed by Ben Rollins was a wonderful experience.. His creative direction made it easy to get comfortable, dive in, and get lost in the process. It was an honor to be featured. And, I am so thankful for the opportunities I’m given to work with and learn from, such creative and talented individuals. 

We shot the kimono first. This Johnny Was piece has an electric pop of color that looks great on anyone. It’s the perfect addition to any wardrobe. I love keeping my wardrobe diverse and rejecting the notion that age can dictate the length of your skirt. Wear what makes you feel confident and comfortable!

Next was the linen suit from Trina Turk. I love the versatility of this bow-tie blouse, and the eye-catching contrast created by the strong color palette. . I pulled my hair back to complement the clean look of the suit, and the geometric pattern of the blouse.

Finally, we shot my favorite outfit from COS. I’m in love with the Parisian look I was able to create with patent shoes, a beret, and soft waves in my hair. The longer length of the shorts, and the year-round wool they were made with, truly makes this ensemble perfect for any occasion, in any season. 

59 is not at all what I thought it would be! 30 years ago I would have guessed that I’d be getting ready to move into old folk’s home! I’ve never been happier to be wrong. And, I can confidently say that I have worked harder in the past few months than I have in my entire life. Though the result of working long, odd hours is incredibly fulfilling, at times I feel a bit drained. 

I love making new connections. I love exploring new ways to style my clothes. And those are my favorite ways to help myself feel refreshed. They help me feel renewed in my purpose. 

What are your favorite ways to feed your confidence and creativity? What helps you keep a youthful spirit? I love you all and I’d love to know! Thank you Atlanta Magazine!

XO


 


 


 


Cashmere Sweater/here

Navy Shorts/here

Socks/here

Black Lace Up Shoes/similar here

Beret/similar here

Quilted Coat/ similar here

Kimono/here

Belt/here

White Booties/similar here

Earrings/similar here

Linen Blazer/here

Blouse/here and here

Linen Trouser/here

Earrings/here

Gold Cuffs/ here and here

Pink Clutch/similar here

White Booties/similar here


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  1. Francine Mueller wrote:

    Oh Lisa, I love all three outfits! And you look fabulous in them all!
    My favorite is the white suit. I love white. You look super sophisticated and elegant in that suit. Love the beret too. My mom and I used to wear berets.
    In fact my father never called my mother by her real name, Frances, it was always Frenchie. My confidence and creativity is fed by all my artistic passions: my jewelry business (where I’m always creating new designs) and my watercolor. My seven beautiful grandchildren and the active life my husband and I have help keep my youthful spirit. Congrats on being featured in Atlanta Magazine!

    Posted 4.9.21 Reply