Hello and welcome to a Wednesday here at the Prepatorium.
We begin on the far side of the pond for a trip to the track (gasp). We can all remain calm, this is not some nefarious excursion, we are talking about Ladies Day at Cheltenham. Below, two of the many hats seen at the event.
We were chatting with the Queen Bee about Cheltenham, and both of us thought Zara Phillips looked very well put together. The young woman, who is an Olympic level equestrienne (and 13th in line to the throne) sported a flat cap today, eschewing the more elaborate styles seen on others.
Not only is Cheltenham always a sure sign of spring, we enjoy seeing what everyone wears, as the “go big or don’t go at all” credo always seems to be a strong influence at this event.
Now that is some serious pink.
Next, a delightful little photo piece done by the good folks at House Beautiful, “Preppy Happy Fabrics“. The story showcases a variety of bright, vibrant textiles from the home furnishings industry. On the left we have lime seersucker from Holland & Sherry, accompanied by an updated and elegant argyle by Tillett and T4 on the right.
From the story:
“The preppy look is back. With designs ranging from argyle, seersucker, and cable knit, consider this a handbook on how to bring the happy look into your home.”
Click here to see the entire piece.
One more image from the campaign.
Today’s final item involves one of our more recent additions to The AntiPrep Wall of Shame.
Apparently the Snooki unit is going to be wrestling. From the Pro-Wrestling.com (what, you don’t have it bookmarked?) website:
“World Wrestling Entertainment issued a press release touting Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi’s appearance at WrestleMania XXVII, proclaiming “Snooki Mania.” The Jersey Shore star will team up with John Morrison and Trish Stratus to take on Dolph Ziggler and LayCool.”
LayCool… do you think that is their real name?
With apologies, we are brief today, TPP duties are calling!
ADDITIONAL PHOTO CREDITS:
- Alan Davidson/The Picture Library Ltd.
- Sam Furlong/SWNS.com
- Eddie Keogh/Reuters