What are you ...? Judy White, general manager of Miss Jackson's
BY JASON ASHLEY WRIGHT World Scene Writer
Thursday, March 14, 2013
3/14/13 at 4:08 AM
Spring colors have been blooming around Judy White for weeks.
She even saw some of them last fall.
That's because White is the general manager of Miss Jackson's, the fabled luxury women's retailer at Utica Square.
White, who has worked at Miss Jackson's for 11 years, is surrounded now by color and prints - what she's loving most right now about spring fashion.
"You can take risks by mixing and matching without being afraid," she said.
She had more to say about fashion, as well as a mix and match of other snippets from her life.
... hoping to see happen in Tulsa this year?
Tulsa is such a great city. I love what's happening in the Brady District. I would like to see this revitalization continue.
... wearing today?
... looking forward to doing this weekend?
Planting, planting. Spring is here!
... making for dinner tonight?
Thursdays are White Fun Night at the White household. All the kids, grandkids come over for dinner. So it is usually something easy. Chicken chili and cornbread is the plan, but it all depends how the day goes. It may end up being pizza.
... listening to lately?
Grady Nichols and bossa nova.
... anticipating to be a big trend for fall 2013?
I am glad the bright colors continue to be strong, but richer, with interesting color combinations of emerald greens, plums and teals. Color blocking is still going strong, as well as leather trims from skirts to jackets.
... wishing women/men would stop wearing by the end of the year?
Clothes that don't fit properly.
... least likely to be caught dead wearing?
High belts. In my humble opinion, belts should be worn on your waist or below, never above.
... reading at the moment?
"Plastic Doughnuts" from Jeff Anderson. It really gives you a new perspective on giving.
... recording on your DVR these days?
"Scandal," "Justified" and "Once Upon a Time."
... grateful for today?
Judy White of Miss Jackson's says she loves the bright colors of spring fashions. MIKE SIMONS / Tulsa World