Ann’s Fashion Tarot: The High Priestess

It’s good to have an icon. Not so you can dress like her in a matchy-matchy way, but so you can work what you’ve got the way she works what she’s got.

I would suggest Madonna for this but I think the cheek implants were a mistake and we should avoid that direction. Avoid any direction that smooths one spot while everything else stays crepe-y. What kind of a life is that? It’s tense and fragmented. It’s too tight and also too loose at the same time. The High Priestess doesn’t want that for you. She wants you to feel like the queen of pop of your generation, exactly your age, with your cheeks and neck and just the way they are.

I suggest Chrissie Hynde or Lucinda Williams or Debbie Harry, or Nina Simone, or Diana Ross or Robert Plant. The High Priestess says get yourself an icon and let her show you how to dress. Do this today.

 The High Priestess is sponsored by Tune Town at Riverfront & Rock in Mankato. Here I am practicing idolatry in Tune Town’s Vinyl Vault.

Tomorrow: The Empress.

2 comments on “Ann’s Fashion Tarot: The High Priestess

  1. Amy Kortuem says:

    OK, High Priestess. I’m going with Julianna Margulies. She’s got all that. Plus, her hair is black. Not “as brown as you can get without being black.” Black.

    I might go down to Tune Town and buy back that Harpo Marx album I sold in a fit of cleaning last winter…$2 off.

  2. Yes! Excellent choices. You might consider blending Julianna Margulies with Harpo Marx, as an icon, just for texture.

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