There’s an education committee meeting this morning and Hunty, folk were throwing looks like a Heather at a booger convention. Let us get right into Senator Jane English’s age appropriate and flattering look. Senator English is an ocean of texture wearing a gabardine, waist length hem and elbow length sleeves in a palate of aqua, sky blue, robin’s egg, lime, sea foam, and magenta accents. Pale orange box cut top, black trouser and a conservative flat gold sandal. Accessories include a purple enameled daisy broach worn with matching ear rings. Representative Fredrick Love brought it to the runway hard style in fetching summer-weight seersucker, crisp white oxford button down, a spun silk tie in a shade so pale as to be the idea of a secret of a notion of baby blue and a buff brogue worn with sunflower dress socks. District 93’s Representative Dotson looked very nice in a navy suit, mahogany cap toe dress shoes, a powder blue button down and a college stripe power tie in midnight blues and blood reds. A side note, we had a social interaction and Representative Dotson couldn’t have been nicer. District 17’s Senator Key gave a very dashing look in a navy twill suit, computer tech blue oxford button down and navy tie. I did not see his shoe. District 34’s Senator Cheatham brought a civilized casual look to the meeting, working a plain white button down oxford, unbuttoned at the throat, a navy pant and cowboy boots, vintage. Again, Senator Cheatham and I had a bit of a polite business related interaction and, for real you guys, he’s such a nice person! Style Icon, District 31’s Senator Joyce Elliot gave a fashion forward look of a trench style shirt dress, belted at the waist, and knee-high chocolate sued boot. Accessories include a rough polish, turquoise bead necklace reminiscent of one Mrs. Wilma Flintstone, and matching drop earrings. The Senator asked me if I was having a nice day and I replied in the affirmative. She noticed the gold glitter on my arm (from this weekend’s burly practice) and said that she loved it. Let us now turn the appraising eye to the attendees. One particularly well preserved middle-aged woman with a flattering feathered and layered style shoulder-length brunette hair gave a flattering black and white ensemble of a tribal print knee length pencil skirt with a kick pleat, black camisole top and a white fitted denim jacket with sleeves rolled to the elbow and a safety cone orange leather bucket-style hand bag. That handbag with all the subdued black and white was everything. Another attendee gave full-frontal Barbie Doll realness in a deep pink with a large amber Rococo swirl motive, poly blend knee-length cap-sleeve, boat-neck day dress, belted at the waist by a gold chain with a small gold flue-de-lis pendant, a strappy low heel gold sandal and a white leather laptop bag, which was, like the previous safety cone orange bag, was everything. Trending today? Obviously, bags that are everything in the most Capitol Style, Hunty.