Janet. Mill Valley, California. Fall 2015.
Janet is a fashion veteran turned baker. She and her business partner Jane, founded The Grand Meringue, http://www.thegrandmeringue.com. It’s no surprise fashionable Janet is in the Meringue business, after all they are the “supermodels” of cookies. The Grand Meringue started based on an old family recipe that was conceived at Janet’s great grandmother’s hotel in South Africa.
The meringues are not only delicious, but also act as accessories. They are the kind of thing you would see at a New York Fashion Week event – this high styling desert may be used in place of flowers at any party. The meringues are so cool looking, it’s no wonder Jane and Janet’s creations are so coveted. And for all you skinny people, Meringues are carb free – well, except the sugar.
Fashion Notes: Dress: Free People, Wedges: Pedro Garcia, Cuff: Dannijo
Janet is a mother of three, business owner and a self described lifestyle and design addict. She knows how to wear clothing – this long dress, has become less bohemian and more sophisticated with Janet’s touch.
I love the light accessories and this Dannijo cuff. I seem to overload, this is pretty and tasteful.
I never buy sheer dresses because I know I’ll never make the effort to find a slip, or I’ll just expose myself and hope no one notices! This Free People dress has a sheer layer to protect from any possible “skin” sightings.
A slight Pedro Garcia wedge to navigate Mill Valley’s hills. Blue polish is always a little funky.
Aren’t they gorgeous?