Lefty & Fifty-six

March 2016

Friday, February 26, 2010

"Oscar.. Oscar.. on the wall...

Who will win You.. once and for all....?"

It's really not a tradition
(because I don't want to commit to having one every year)
I will be hosting
Oscar Night
At the Swenson Home

If you are in town or around, stop by and play

for her enthusiasm in making this night exciting.

If you're like most America and really
don't have a clue
as to what and who the nominations are this year...
click here for your own personal ballot.

Sunday March 7, 2010
Red Carpet at 4:00 pm
Awards at 7:00 pm


  1. Step1

    Even if the Oscars party doesn't have a red-carpet roll out, dress

    up anyway. This may be your only chance to get gussied up this year.

  2. Step2

    Dust off that old tuxedo or evening dress from the closet, rent a fancy get-up or go shopping for new duds. Dressing up in formalwear will make you look and feel fabulous.

  3. Step3

    If you're afraid of attracting too much attention, wear that little blackdress left over from holiday parties. Very Audrey Hepburn.

  4. Step4
    Rhinestones are a girl's best friend.
    Rhinestones are a girl's best friend.

    Accessorize with rhinestones, unless you're lucky enough to have the real thing. C'mon ladies, make Marilyn proud.

  5. Step5

    Get creative and dress as your favorite Oscar nominee. This is where things get fun. If arriving to the party as a group, dress as an entire cast. And the Oscar goes to....

This is what I would wear to the Oscars
A neoclassical silk from Vintage Textiles
or this one...
(remember this is costume night)!

1 comment:

Katlin Allen said...

This party is going to rage!

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I am a Lefty. I was born in the Fifties. I am a multi-faceted non-reproductive woman. Mother of four daughters. Married to the "swede" Three handsome/beautiful grandchildren! Love: Family, Christianity, Friends, Home, Garden, Cooking, Pets, Pop up Books, Humanitarian Service,the Great Outdoors,Life and a whole lot more. Yikes I turned Fifty-four this year..... 1958-2012.. Do the math!

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