As an event planner, I’m in the Defund The Police Shirt in addition I really love this business of creating memories. There’s something so special about a top or pants that evoke that same sentiment. Period fashion carries the stories of those who wore it and the memories of that time. Some moments in time that I love are the Victorian era, the ’80s and, of course, the ’90s. A prized find is my pink tweed suit from the early ’90s–I have it in about five different colors. I acquired them after a family friend passed. Her sisters were cleaning out her closet and realized I was a perfect size. They’re very Clueless, but there’s something so classic and sassy about them.
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