I’m considering a switch-over of this blog from wordpress to blogger.com. Both seem to have different advantages. So please scoot over and keep posted on Citizen Rosebud’s shannigans at: http://www.thecitizenrosebud.blogspot.com
And feel free to give your feedback, suggestions and input. They are always welcome!
Just gearing up for the new year, and ran across this amusing bit on youTube. I wonder what the future brings to my wardrobe.
A classic image taken by a class act. Irving Penn’s impact is immense, on fashion, on photography. Many words can & will be spilt about the myriad of iconic images he produced in his long career. I’ll leave it to a brief & elegant equivilant of a thousand. Rest in peace, Mr. Penn. You are already missed.
What a delightful way to travel.
Discovered this delicious image over a year ago from an awesome Scandanavian blog that promoted style on bicycles. It used to be called Girls on Bikes, but now it’s called Copenhagen Style Chic. You can see for yourself how amazing this blog is at: http://www.copenhagencyclechic.com/
Meanwhile enjoy the Cape Crusader in all her capish glory in photo above. I love the shock of red on the legs and from the bike, the simple lean silhouette and the fact the the look remains very functional. Think I’ll wear my cape today. Remember folks- “Style Over Speed.”
Check out our new Facebook page made for Citizen Rosebud fans. If you’re on Facebook, send us a friend request and I promise not to “poke” you!
Announcing the launch of Citizen Rosebud at the Fringe.
Beginning November 8th, Citizen Rosebud will be available at Fringe, a gem of a shop located near the corner of X & 21st Street. This shop is filled to the brim with all sorts of perfect treasures, from shiny pearl pendants, vintage alligator purses, charming antique furniture to a kick-ass collection of vintage cowboy boots.
Citizen Rosebud is the love-child of RQ Bella, who hopes you love polka dots & plaid as much as she does.
2409 21st Street
Citizen Rosebud is a Femme Vitale.
She eats her vegetables,
rides her bike,
collects old records.
Late nights, she guerrilla gardens,
wears vintage but looks to the future.
Citizen ROSEBUD thinks fast; eats slow.
She laughs loudly,
LOVES her mother,
VOTES with her dollar.
She prefers style over speed.