In some fashion universe, TV's fashion cheerleader Carrie Bradshaw is probably talking to her husband, John James "Mr. Big" Preston, and gazing at all of her shoes. After all, the former Ms. Bradshaw, a lover of shoes, missed her ferry ride home during an old episode of HBO's "Sex and the City" after slipping out of a designer shoe and crying out, "Wait, I lost my Choo!"
At first blush, fashion designer Rachel Roy's book, "Design Your Life: Creating Success Through Personal Style" (Dey Street Books, $26.99), which hit bookstores March 15, feels like another in a long line of motivational "dream it and you can do it" self-help guides - the kind that suggest getting where you want in life begins with dressing like you're already there.
Do you have an outfit that is your go-to for almost any occasion? An outfit that you can dress-up or dress-down, make it appropriate for work or wear for a day of shopping? I sure do, and that outfit would be this one.