Who doesn’t want to make a statement coming into a new year? As Valle Girls, you know that the bigger the statement, the bigger the smile! A smile paired with this hatband by Lady Valle is the best accessory with this dress and matching heels! Now all that’s left is to find the best person to kiss… hmmm….
Vintage 1960s Cocktail Dress 60s LBD Dress Black Beaded Nude Illusion Sleeveless High Rounded Neckline Opaque Nude Under Layer Sheer Black Top Layer with an Extreme Amount of Black Beading and Sequins Ultra Mini Length Shift Shape Back Metal Zipper
#VGThursdayTalk - Share with us your week’s accomplishments!
Every Thursday, we let you dish! So let’s enrich each other with great stories! Love Valle Girls
#ValleGirls find the most expression through accessories. #VGWardrobeWednesday
#VGWardrobeWednesday - Look great in workout clothes…
Ladies! Wardrobe Wednesday is about defining how we can increase our wardrobe without draining our pocket and who doesn’t need new workout clothing to make fashionable moves as you listen to your #VGTuneTuesday playlist?
We say “Yes, Ma’am!” to MPG’s Savvy Tank available on athlete.gap.com because of its relaxed fit, built-in bra lined with CoolMax® for medium-impact support, adjustable shoulder straps, laser-cut back insert and invisible zip back pocket and at a mere $50 price tag, it’s well worth it.
The official start of the Valle Girls moniker
Poise. Class. Charm; wrapped in a sea of opulence. The Valle Girls salute our first Lady: Miss Lena Horne.
Lena Mary Calhoun Horne (June 30, 1917 – May 9, 2010) was an American singer, actress, civil rights activist and dancer.
Horne joined the chorus of the Cotton Club at the age of sixteen and became a nightclub performer before moving to Hollywood, where she had small parts in numerous movies, and more substantial parts in the films Cabin in the Sky and Stormy Weather. Due to the Red Scare and her left-leaning political views, Horne found herself blacklisted and unable to get work in Hollywood.
Returning to her roots as a nightclub performer, Horne took part in the March on Washington in August 1963, and continued to work as a performer, both in nightclubs and on television, while releasing well-received record albums. She announced her retirement in March 1980, but the next year starred in a one-woman show, Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music, which ran for more than three hundred performances on Broadway and earned her numerous awards and accolades. She continued recording and performing sporadically into the 1990s, disappearing from the public eye in 2000. Lena Horne passed away in 2010 at the age of 92.