Let me welcome to Friends of Suger – Your Style, a lady who if you sit next to her at a blog meet, sooner or later will cause you to snort or spit food and/or drink back out of your mouth. You’ll be laughing, of course, she doesn’t have poor table manners. I met Mrs BC for the first time at a Hello Blogger Events event. Her blog is Mrs BC’s House of Chaos. Which I LOVE and not just because I have won TWO awesome give-aways there. She’s one of those people who are incredibly warm and make you feel welcome. She also has a unique but traditional look. I always manage to find something she’s wearing that I just LOVE. So this is going to be fun, let’s find out how her style happened.

 

When I was much younger, I loved the look of sleek, chic business-like women. It didn’t get much better than a suit with a tight pencil skirt, and very high heels. On weekends, I’d swap out the skirt for a pair of jeans. I had an awesome sleek bobbed haircut – a look I still like actually.

Then, I started loving op shops, & my style went a little bit punk. I like to think not too much, but I definitely remember actually shaving my hair off, above the ears. I wore a lot of bright patterns, black boots & large earrings. Note that I still rocked a blazer. I loved my look, but hardly anyone else loved my hair. I didn’t care at all, because I was dressing for me & no one else!

Fast forward a few years & my taste tried to marry conservative take-me-seriously suits with do-you-think-those-shoes-are-really-work-appropriate kind of accessories. Sometimes this was successful. My hair started out with a business like bob but then went to can’t –be-arsed long, long wavy hair.

Now that I no longer have to worry about corporate requirements, I find that my style is very much about comfort, albeit with a love of bright colours. I am more a tight arse than ever when it comes to clothes, so still try & op-shop when I can although, I am queen of the specials rack. If you pop over to my blog you can see how I now –gasp!-cut my own hair. I still love high heels, but they just aren’t practical for the clothesline. *sigh*

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