Today's Woman October 2011
Breaking These Rules:1. You should work your way up.This woman decided to move to New York City without a job to pursue her dream of fashion design (see page 14).2. You don’t have time to do everything.This woman is a triathlete, even though she is a mother to teenagers and an attorney (see page 12).3. Retire and head to relaxation.This woman started a whole new school when she finally had time off work (see page 16).4. Blend in to your surroundings.These women are fashion renegades (see page 30).5. Be careful what you say to certain people.This woman asks questions and gets people talking about changing the status quo (see page 18).6. Breast cancer will stop you.These women find that cancer can be fought with grace, support, and courage (see supplement after page 28).
SPORTS RULES DON’T: Prying parents at sporting events! “Breaking the rules relieves stress as long as no one gets hurt.” — Mary Pat Sexton, a teacher at Assumption High School, plays fair in her referee position. FASHION DO: Pattern mixing as long as the colors coordinate! LynnE is wearing: INC Fur vest, $89.50; Hue tights, $11, all available at Macy’s, 7900 Shelbyville Road, 502.423.300. Francis NY top, $168; Trina Turk shorts, $178; Coequettish Designs, earrings, $88; necklace, $248 all available at Clodhoppers, 3725 Lexington Road, 502.891.0079. Anna and Eva gold chain, $38; charm necklace, $28; leaf necklace, $38; Betsy Johnson shoes, $90 all available at Dillard’s 5000 Shelbyville Road, 502.893.4400. 36 OCTOBER 2011