It’s still cold out but spring is right around the corner…literally!!! Today I am going to write about trends for spring 2014 in the workplace and how women in their 40’s can pull off this look—hey, if you are in your 20’s or 30’s there is no law that says you can’t follow these trends yourself—just sayin.
Trends add excitement to your wardrobe so don’t ignore all of them. Designers work hard to come up with these fashions and trends. Pastels are still out in full force and with white can look very sophisticated. Classic button downs resembling a man’s shirt paired with a great pair of jeans or wide trouser is very chic right now. Knee length skirts are back—don’t even think about hemming yours and if you did let it out…at least for now. Some designers are making skirts even longer than just knee length which can give us plenty of mix and match options! Floral patterns are trending right now. While I am not a fan of florals, they should be worn separately or you may look like you got dressed with one eye open and you may get a few glares at the office. Why be the center of distraction? I found a great article to give you all a head start on some fashion work trends for spring! http://images.businessweek.com/slideshows/2014-02-27/2014-spring-fashion-office-style-guide. While I do not really follow all trends, what works for one may not work for others….i drum to my own beat!!!!
Madonna is living up to her nickname: the Material Girl tops our annual list of the top-earning musicians by a wide margin. How much did she make, and who was her closest competition?
Lady Gaga and Madonna have a superstar rivalry made in gossip-blog heaven. The former burst onto the scene five years ago with a provocative pop sensibility reminiscent of the latter’s. Last year, Madonna accused Gaga of ripping off one of her songs; this year, the “Born This Way” singer insisted she doesn’t want the Material Girl’s throne.
From an earnings perspective, however, there’s no question over the winner of this battle’s latest round. The honor goes to Madonna, who pulled in $125 million over the past year, making her the highest-paid musician in the world. The bulk of Madge’s millions came from the tail end of her MDNA Tour, which grossed $305 million. She augments her income with heady merchandise sales at concerts, as well as her Material Girl clothing line and Truth or Dare fragrance.
Gaga ranks second with $80 million; she grossed over $160 million on her latest tour before succumbing to a hip injury. Had she been able to finish, she would have likely topped $200 million. Her ARTPOP album was released after the end of our scoring period, but should give her a boost on next year’s list. She could easily reach the No. 1 spot with a successful set of concerts, the main driver for most major artists’ earnings. For full article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/zackomalleygreenburg/2013/11/19/the-worlds-highest-paid-musicians-2013/
What will this year bring? Go listen to the song Feeling Good on your player…..welcome 2014 with a smile.
Whenever you read a newspaper or magazine are you drawn to the horoscope page? Millions of people are born on the same day- is it really possible to read something unique about yourself? The Barnum Effect is what psychologists describe as the temptation to read personal meanings into a general description. Sixty years later writers still rely on this observable human trait. Horoscopes say the same thing year after year, and people don’t even notice it. They give meaning to otherwise random events in our lives. If you can blame it on Mars or Saturn, one will feel less responsible for them. An example would be able to keep a job or a partner. Some people don’t like that events are random, so horoscopes offer people the comfort of predictability. With that in mind, I have attached work horoscopes for the New Year. Enjoy them and don’t look too much into them. Most importantly….do not rely on them..http://astrology.horoscope.com/horoscope/dailyhoroscope/index-career-horoscope.aspx