I first heard about the fabulous footwear of San Miguel Shoe in the tiny village of Ajijic, near in central Mexico, A well-dressed
, well-traveled Canadian woman assured me that the sandal with three-inch-wide elastic straps is the most comfortable shoe for maneuvering Mexico's treacherous cobblestone streets, and suggested I visit the factory store (smsboe.com) when J reached San Miguel de Allende.
The Haskells report that as they sat near the gate waiting to board Flight 253 in Amsterdam, they witnessed a well-dressed
man who was accompanying a poorly dressed younger companion.
KARACHI, January 21, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Chairman of National Council of Culture and Arts (NCCA) Pakistan, Mansoor Hussain, has announced the well-dressed
personality award for the year 2010.
And the Hollywood beauty said that her collection was inspired from the well-dressed
Fjallraven means "Artic fox" in Swedish and is surprise, surprise--Nordic slang for an attractive and well-dressed
It's June, 1955, and these well-dressed
pedestrians in Church Street, Liverpool, benefit from the new elevated rostrum for policewomen on point-duty, here directing two Corpy buses and a Standard 10.
(By the way, not only was this audience well-dressed
, it also was impeccably behaved.)
Set on the east side of Manhattan, Cecil's New Year's Eve Tail is a children's picturebook following Cecil the wealthy and well-dressed
Sitting behind a desk made out of a giant Chevy body, Fisher buzzed celebs and well-dressed
business folk into the Rolls Royce showroom behind her desk.
THE RECENT WEDDING OF A HIGH SCHOOL FRIEND included the expected accessories: elegant bridesmaids and groomsmen, well-dressed
attendees, a beautifully appointed church.
A local landlord then came forward, saying a well-dressed
man calling himself Sir Philip Harvey-Barnes, who claimed to be working for the European Union, had frequented his pub.
A study by Ohio State University, Columbus, found that well-dressed
women receive the friendliest and, in some cases, fastest service from salesclerks.
At 10.10am, the doors to Court 1 were opened and a queue of well-dressed
lawyers and less well-dressed
journalists filed in, sat down, and stared.
"That guy, maybe?" offered one guest, gesturing uncertainly at the well-dressed
bouncer standing just inside the door.
A spotlight scanned the elegant brick space and its 1,300 well-dressed
guests, then came to rest on two opera singers.