Thursday, May 17, 2012

Throwback Thursday

"Here's What I Wore" 31 years ago, coming back onboard the tss Carnivale after lunch and shopping ashore!  LOVED this dress which I wore with white espadrilles and carried a white Bermuda Bag.



The Accessories:  I still wear all of them!  I wore a gold chain with add-a-beads, and a monogrammed disk necklace, with the matching monogrammed earrings, and ring.  I also wore my Chameleon Rolex watch with an ivory band.  I bought this precious little Rolex back in 1980.  It came with several interchangeable bands to coordinate with all my outfits...obsessed with matchy matchy, even back then!

The Chameleon Rolex


The ring, necklace, and earrings are monogrammed with my single-girl monogram...still appropriate to use now that I'm married!
Thank you for stopping by today!

8 comments:

Let The Tide Pull Your Dreams Ashore said...

What a fabulous picture of you in a pink & green frock! xx

Jess said...

I love that dress too. So sweet that you still have all of the jewlry you wore.

Mona said...

Miss Janice, you are a timeless beauty!
xx

Mrs. Kindergarten...aka...Madame Spoiled said...

Love, LOVE, love this photo of you! Miss Janice, my bet is that you bleed pink and green! Oh, the add~a~bead necklace...I loved mine! How very fun! This post made me smile!!

Love and Hugs,
Mrs. Kindergarten...aka...Madame Spoiled

annie said...

A blast from the past but never out of style. Timeless.

malbsure said...

I'm so delighted that you confirmed that it's OK to still use my maiden monogram, even though I've now been married for 17 years. I like them both, but my maiden monogram is symmetrical. Thank you, Miss Janice.

malbsure said...

I'm so delighted that you confirmed that it's OK to still use my maiden monogram, even though I've now been married for 17 years. I like them both, but my maiden monogram is symmetrical. Thank you, Miss Janice.

Kathleen said...

Miss Janice,
Jon went on the Carnivale in 1981 with a friend from his fraternity! We laughed at the possibility that it was the same cruise! You never know...

Warmly, Kathleen