I’ve heard there are two sides to every woman, and Myrna Loy is the perfect example of that fact. Before she was dubbed ‘the perfect wife’ in the 1930s, Ms. Loy was often cast as ‘the exotic.’ And who are we kidding? Don’t we know that the best wives always have an exotic side? So today, let’s take a few cues from Myrna, shall we?
Lessons to be Learned from ‘the Exotic’ Myrna Loy…
Lesson #1: If you have a back worth showing off, show it!
Lesson #2: It pays to be a bit eccentric, in dress & in action. In short, don’t be afraid to wear crazy-cool outfits and play with tinsel-wearing reindeer… does that sound like the *perfect* day, or what?
Also worth noting: The *gorgeous, funky* head wear in this picture! Don’t you just *adore* it?!
Lesson #3: That whole ballerina-chic fad can be really fantabulous if you play your cards right.
Lesson #4: Every woman should own a white coat… It can (and will) instantly transform you into a classic beauty that looks uber regal.
Lesson #5: Always remember: there are 2 sides to every story…
Lessons to be Learned from ‘the Perfect Wife’ Myrna Loy…
Lesson #6: Take your adorable puppy with you. No, I am not endorsing a doggy purse for your trips to the grocery store. I would say that a pet worth showing off is a well-trained, well-bred sort of dog like Asta… take him on trips, take him on walks, just don’t take him to dinner with you.
Lesson #7: When traveling, carry cute luggage. That hat box has some serious style.
Also worth noting: Every woman should have a silk robe. A stylish belle should have 2 or 3.
Lesson #8: If you are going to curl up with a book while on vacation, look good doing it. No sweats & Snuggies please; stick to a well-planned outfit and drape with a beautiful throw like this Tartan.
P.S. I’m pretty sure that leather bound isn’t 50 Shades of Grey. Pick your reading material carefully.
Lesson #9: Surround yourself with dashing companions.