Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Linda LaRoche Interviews Me on French Style for American Women

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by a very special and talented lady, Linda LaRoche. 


While on a book tour to promote her fabulous new book Dust Unto Shadow, Linda had the pleasure of meeting some very interesting women and decided to do a series of posts for her blog Do Write profiling three of those creative women.  I was honored to be among them. 





Linda and I have been contacting on so many levels over the past few years that it was a true delight for me to sit down with her via the internet for a real heart-to-heart. 


To check out our conversation, click on French Style for American Women.  Enjoy!!  


11 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the interview. I'm thinking I need to revisit my style a little bit. It's necessary to do every few years I think. xo Deborah

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    1. It is, indeed, so important, Deborah, to reevaluate your style every few years or so. Things change, our bodies change and our lifestyles change as we get older. The same applies to our makeup.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      xo, M-T

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  2. It's gratifying when blogging and being a blogger catches someone of substance's attention. Congratulations, M-T. And a great indepth conversation is always desirable to boot.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the interview, Debra. Linda is indeed a woman of substance. I was honored to be chosen one of the three creative women she chose to interview.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Cheers, M-T

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  3. Hi M-T,

    Nice interview. I finally know fashion-wise what works for me. However, when I get bored & try to change it up, sometimes it just doesn't work. Have given up on beige trench coats, white cotton button down shirts, full skirts & print maxi dresses. My accessories now change the simple, classic look which works for me.

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    1. Rosie, it sounds as if you have nailed your style perfectly. A little deviation every once in a while can sometimes work, but you know you best and what works for you. I, too, have eliminated certain things from my wardrobe and added others as I've aged. Whatever works, right?

      Thanks for stopping by.

      Cheers, M-T

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  5. The following comment was sent to me by my dear friend Anna and published with her permission:

    "Your interview was so interesting. Read it a few times. I am starting to go for the comfortable look lately too and will try to change that. My friend who used to dress like she is living in NYC has also gone comfortable. I think it is an age thing also. But our mutual friend always dresses beautifully and is over 90. Saw her yesterday in a St. John suit. And heels."

    Cheers, M-T

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    1. There's nothing wrong w/comfortable, as long as it doesn't slip over into sloppy, and you will never be guilty of that, Anna.

      As to our mutual friend, well she will always have incredible style.

      Cheers, M-T

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