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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Skyfall


Sexy, debonair and cruel. The definition of James Bond, at least in my book and Ian Fleming's. I loved Pierce, he fitted the role like a tailored tuxedo, in fact I once tried to smooch him at a postbox in Hampstead, well not really but I did pluck up the courage to have a wee chat  with him in front of Her Majesty's scarlet pillar box.

Daniel Craig? He looks like the sort of Anglo-Saxon Queen Vic thug that I've spent my life trying to avoid. In my eyes he will never be  James Bond, but that aside, Skyfall is a brilliant film. I'm not going to give anything away but my heart soared with pride when he headed to his ancestral home in the mist shrouded hills of Glencoe and when M quoted Tennyson I could barely staunch the tears. 
Bond is Alex Salmond's worst nightmare: country: England, home: Scotland, flag: British. Mr Bond, I'm right behind you.

I am now inaugurating the  James Purefoy for Bond petition: sign up below. 
Bond should be able to slip down a stocking  with the same dexterity as he strips down a handgun. Craig strikes me as a wham bam, thank you ma'am type of guy.






A glass of Kentucky's finest followed Skyfall. Can anyone actually drink a dry Martini? I love the glass and as a shallow excuse for a human being I've ordered the cocktail three times in bars and three times I've managed to choke down the olives and only a quarter pipette of the dry martini. 





I can't carve a pumpkin to save my life. What tool are you all using to hollow it out? And will someone send me one? I stab away with a very sharp knife, then again I'm Scottish, we're fightin' folk but one of these days I'm going to disembowel myself.
I made chicken and pumpkin risotto with Jack's innards.
He wasn't best pleased and has been glaring at me through the window every night since.


Purchase: the J Crew no.2 pencil skirt in antique white.
I'm only 5ft 4 but went for the tall and it's perfect.
(though the quality has taken a nosedive)
Do you know you know about long shins/short shins?
Even though I'm short shinned and this shouldn't work I think it does, I learned all about this arcane geometry 
from ajc. I'm almost a Mason now.


I loathe this jacket as the collar now reminds me of a Pierrot and it's just too much with my frou frou mane but I paid a fortune for it  so I will grudgingly wear it for five more years then dump it. Hmm, now I think the clutch needs to be navy but I don't own one, oh well.

Who do you want as the next Bond?

104 comments:

  1. Miss Moneypenny27 October 2012 19:42

    I always thought Sam Neill would make a brilliant Bond.

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  2. Miss M: Hmm, too old, could the studio afford the Viagra?

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  3. I'm 5'4" as well and find my new J Crew no.2 skirt the perfect length in regular. As a rule I find as long as the skirt length stops where your leg narrows, it looks good. Ending in the middle of a calf or kneecap for example is a recipe for disaster.

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  4. Yes the regular stopped mid kneecap for me which was ugly beyond belief.

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  5. I have distinct recollections of my father swearing as he carved a swede for us when we were children. It smelt pretty bad when it burnt too. Pumpkins are definitely an improvement.
    I'm looking forward to seeing Skyfall, although goodness knows when that will be. I don't think I will manage to be as elegantly dressed as you clearly were either.

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  6. MP : oh no that was just a try on above, I was in my comfies for Skyfall.

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  7. I agree with you Tabs, James Purefoy! Loving the J Crew pencil skirt.

    Lovely bumping into you today in Princes Square.

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    1. You too, it felt so odd being recognised, I'm a weird introvert in real life!

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  8. I have to pay more attention to where my skirts stop but you all don't see me in dresses and skirts, do you? Will be asking for your opinions soon. One thing for certain, I have to stop convincing myself they will be long enough since I'm a shortie.

    I thought Daniel Craig too cold for 007, there should be sharp and wicked humor behind sexy, debonair and cruel. I don't know James Purefoy but it looks like he has the sly wit along with boyish charm, will need to see him in a tux to judge. And hear him speak.

    I can't carve pumpkins either. Happy to hear you do something delicious with the innards, often too much waste goes on.

    You look devine in that white skirt. Who'd guess the tall would work best?

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  9. I haven't seen Skyfall...yet.

    I agree re Pierce but I quite like the gritty Bond. I think he was what Flemming intended. Also Mr Craig is a fine actor (perhaps wasted on Bond but everyone must have their fun).

    I like a dry martini but just one (two and I'm under the table, Three and I'm under the host - to misquote Dorothy Parker. I could never manage four).

    Fine skirt. Agree re coat.

    Happy Samhain! x

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    1. Can't wait for Edinburgh's Samhain shenanigans.

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  10. Ah Tabitha if only you had been round our dinner table a few weeks ago, Daniel Craig's suitability as Bond was hotly debated, personally I like him as Bond I find his rugby/boxer like charm very sexy, my friends disagreed and the argument continued the following day with Bond facts such as height measurements being batted backward and forward via e mail! As for future Bonds, I must give it some thought. and I will be googling James Purefoy as although I have heard of him I am not entirely sure who is is. Looking forward to seeing Skyfall in VO.

    Must go and measure my shins!

    Have a lovely weekend.
    X

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  11. Dash - that is hilarious, we were doing that too.

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    1. It always takes me a bit to warm up to the next Bond and it's obviously a good topic if you want to heat up a too-quiet dinner. And if that's not enough, you can carry on here.

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  12. tabitha may i just say you are GORGEOUS. yes i shouted that!

    i don't know who this purefoy fella is so i'm gonna go google him now.

    hope you are having a lovely saturday. it's v warm here, maybe 80 degrees.

    xoxo

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  13. Love your outfit Tabitha, white is definitely your colour. The skirt length is perfect.

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  14. I agree re. Craig, he looks more russian mafia than English charm but I don't know any British actor young and charismatic enough to be Bond. Maybe Michael Fassbender could have the physic du role if he retrieves his accent. I love his voice and he is

    Oh, I love that skirt on you with the navy top... I tried my white felted wool mini and it is horribly short, even for me.

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    1. Sorry, my daughter bumped her head and I didn't finish my phrase. I mean that he is cold-eyed and hot!

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    2. Ema - Fassbender - excellent choice!

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  15. I'm really looking forward to seeing Skyfall! I do enjoy a dry martini, but with vodka not gin. However bourbon and scotch will always be my preference. On the rocks, please. You look smashing in that skirt! I just caved and ordered the green tinsel one after eyeing it for weeks.

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  16. The skirt looks great on you. I love a longer skirt too.

    I'm with you: I think Pierce was perfect for the Bond role. Not sure why they had to mess it up with Daniel Craig. He will never be Bond for me either. But I will still see the movie.

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  17. I've heard Idris Elba's name batted about ... I think he'd be fantastic!
    -- Sara in North Carolina

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  18. You look stunning in that antique white pencil skirt! Stunning! And I completely agree about all the Bonds, especially that the new one has an icky Putin-esque quality that is definitely NOT sexy!

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  19. I finally get it. The longer pencil makes you look taller. Love the white .
    No to Daniel Craig and yes to James Purefoy . What about John Hamm ?

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  20. I like both the petite and the regular, being long-waisted mean I don't have as much leg landscape as I might want. you look great, as always.

    Sue - Putin! Exactly.

    I think they should use someone diffident and scruffy:)

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  21. Just happened to see them outside the Royal Albert Hall at the opening last week. Oh. My. Is he gorgeous, or what? Although I still prefer Sean Connery. I think it's the Scottish accent? Scottish accents are arguably the sexiest in the world. (Irish come a close second.)

    I'd like to see someone like Lenny Henry as James Bond. Or Rowan Atkinson. Can you imagine how hilarious that would be? Sorry, think I've had too many French martinis here in this Paris hotel... Next, I'll be suggesting Bond should be French! Quelle horreur. xx

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  22. I've spent a few years thinking that old Daniel was gay - Hollywood marriages mean nothing to me - they're just window dressing. Put your pumpkin up for the next Bond - he's got the hollow-eyed stare, the sinister smile and we know he's just empty inside. Skirt looks fabulous on you, really lovely.

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  23. I was hoping for Clive Owen, who I believe was second choice to Daniel Craig. Big crush on Clive, but I'm happily surprised by DC as Bond. Can't wait until it opens here - next week, I think.
    You do look gorgeous, and I love that coat. No navy clutch, the one you're carrying is perfect and way more interesting, and not so matchy. Was never a huge Pierce fan, Sean Connery is still my favorite. Brilliant idea about ordering the tall pencil skirt. Going to try the same.

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    1. Ooh yes, good choice - Clive Owen!

      Didn't think of him.

      Tracy.

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  24. I will have to go against the tide...I like Craig as Bond. I liked Sean Connery as Bond. I didn't like the other Bonds. I like Dench as M.

    I also like Makers Mark and your pencil skirt.

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    1. JW, it's so hard to find good bourbon around here, most shops only have Jack Daniel's which isn't even bourbon. I love Elijah Craig but it takes me months to track it down.

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  25. Wait a minute - you went to the movies dressed like that? I'm hoping it was the premiere....

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    1. No, no, I was just trying it on " for the blog"

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  26. You look so elegant! We use cheap plastic carving tools from the pharmacy and they work really well, but your adventures with a real knife sound more exciting. I haven't even gotten a pumpkin yet and now it's got to be done in torrential rain, ugh...

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    1. Cate: ah then I should revert to plastic, oh goodness I've just heard about a large earthquake in Canada.

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  27. There was only one James Bond for me, and that was Sean Connery. He was and always will be Bond. Pierce is nice, but he is not my James Bond. Neither is that first man you pictured above. I agree with you, the second actor looks more the part.

    Some Hollywood producer was quoted as saying that the first time he ever saw Sean Connery walking across the parking lot, Sean looked like a sleek panther. All beautiful male animal. I was a child when the Bond movies first came out, but I thought then and still think now that he is the most virile actor ever. That role needs to be played by someone who can finesse a woman. The second man has the look.

    I love your skirt. Great choice!

    Elizabeth

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  28. Sean Connery remains my favourite James Bond, but I think Daniel Craig is running a close second. A big part of that is the fabulous Tom Ford wardrobe he gets to wear. Before Daniel Craig was chosen, I had thought Clive Owen would make a good Bond. Anyway, we are super excited about Skyfall - we probably will go line up to see it on opening weekend when it comes to Canada.

    Love, love, love the longer length white pencil skirt on you, so chic! I am on a mission to find a winter white wool skirt right now. I will probably settle for the JC version even if the quality is not that great.

    Hope you are having a great weekend!

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    1. I'll need to back and watch some of the old Connery films, I barely remember him in the role.

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  29. I've never had a thing for Bond, but always felt like Pierce played the best Bond. I don't know, maybe in another few years they'll make a return for a more gentlemanly bond and mayhap consider a Christian Bale? ;o)

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    1. Lisa, phenotype wise Christian Bale would be spot on. Dark hair, blue grey eyes, chiselled face.

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  30. Sorry I must confess to being a tart. I overcome my disdain for DC's Icelandic looks soon as I saw him coming out of the ocean in those sexy swimming trunks!

    M from Australia

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  31. Idris Elba! And I love Craig. But Roger Moore was my favorite. I love the 70s.

    The coat collar is...a bit much...what about just having it removed?

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    1. Carla, did you watch The Wire? Idris Elba was excellent in that. I loved Roger Moore too, completely camp!

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  32. Sean Connery will forever be the gold standard as 007 and DC has been surprisingly good. I never cared for Pierce Brosnan as nothing with him looks or feels natural but he did better than I thought he would. I think Purefoy would be a very good Bond as I've recently completed Rome-Season 1 (on Netflix) and he was quite good as Marc Antony. Love you in the winter white Tabs as I've been singing it's praises since Laura Bush looked so regal at the 2004 inauguration.

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    1. Purefoy was excellent in Rome, I really enjoyed that series, as was Kevin Mckidd, i'm already sniffing about for a new boxed set to watch over Christmas.

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  33. I'm not sure ... I will note that the second time I ever really knew for certain a guy liked me was when he offered to let me borrow his favorite James Bond book ... we were 14. I don't even remember which book it was, I just remember the tender way it was offered to me. So, James Bond evokes a very different image for me! Pierce was my favorite also - I even remember a dream I had with him rescuing me - how wonderful you actually met him. Well, one thing for sure, Bond - James Bond, is quite the memorable character.

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  34. Tabitha, you look so elegant in that outfit. And, I like the coat. Ivory is my favorite winter coat color, although I seem to only have dark and camel coats now. I don't mind the collar on your coat at all. It makes it look far more couture, and less RTW. But, if you don't like it, remove it( er- I mean have a tailor remove it)! I love the collarless look of the Bow, the Symphony and the Peplum coats on the J Crew website. I imagine you are not wearing that lovely topper to brave Scotland's fiercest winter weather, so the lack of a collar should be ok...

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  35. I am not invested in Bond but I luff that skirt! x

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  36. I want to see that movie sooo bad but mostly because there are some beautiful Asian women in it and it's rare to see that in Hollywood. And I'm obsessed with Scotland. But you knew that.

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    1. Oh Berenice Marlohe whom I think is half Chinese, is utterly, utterly stunning.

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  37. Gosh you look amazing! (my husband might consider sexy in that skirt if he saw this image)
    Bond has always been a movie that I would go to the pictures to see...
    loved Sean Connery in the role back in the day.
    I wonder if Colin Firth could handle it?

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  38. I always thought Craig looked like a Russian mobster from Brooklyn. And as for your blog husband, one word: swoon.

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  39. Tabs, in most bond movies the person I'd most like to see is myself. Not as Bond of course :) but as a beautifull and fatal female lead. (yeah, dream on.... I might be concidered for a comic sidekick tough :/ )

    Btw, would you ever concider coming for a visit and having a go at my wardrobe? It'd REALLY ned a culling from someone with a taste.

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    1. Y: If you make me a big plate of dumplings, I'll be over in about three hours.

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  40. Idris Elba fan here too. my fav Bond was Timothy Dalton. Agree that Daniel Craig looks too much like Putin.
    J

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  41. Love the skirt. How has the quality slipped (interested because it's always too expensive to send things back from Oz if they're wrong)? I would vote Hugh Jackman for Bond. Although he's quite polished and groomed these days, and I like my Bonds a little rougher...

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    1. Heidi, the material is much thinner this year and just lower quality but they have free international returns till Christmas which is great otherwise I wouldn't order, it's too risky as their sizing is all over the place.

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  42. All that math for skirt length reminded me of why I love jeans! I remember watching Sean Connery as Bond when I was very young and he looked very old. I couldn't figure out what all those lovely women saw in him and I couldn't ever sit and watch that nonsense all the way through. Then I saw Medicine Man (I looked it up, it came out in 1992) and I could see his appeal. But I've still never watched any more than snippets of any Bond film. For me, Craig is the bad guy in Road to Perdition. I've only ever had one dry martini, at a posh hotel in Paris. As it cost 10 Euros, I drank every last drop. You look great in that skirt, I don't care what the numbers say.

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  43. I'm going to start an Elliot Cowen for Bond campaign, though I do think that Daniel Craig does a marvellous job.

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  44. What about Russell Crowe? Bahahah....
    Anyway, I just love that skirt it suits you so well. We don't really get into Halloween but I can tell you if I had to carve a pumpkin there would be bloodshed.

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  45. I loved Pierce and Roger too! I must admit I thought you were taller which goes to prove how well you dress your height, that skirt looks amazing x

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    1. I think it's the slanted mirror that I take the photos in, it makes me look taller, I was out yesterday and shocked when I realised the stubby legs reflected in shop windows were mine.

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  46. I loved Pierce as Bond too, could never understand why they got rid of him for being too old. I don't mind DC but he is a bit too tough looking for me. I like the pretty boys better! Did you see them all on the Graham Norton show? Hilarious! I'm looking forward to seeing the film next weekend I hope. Agree re James Purefoy too, he looks like he could seduce a woman and take care of the bad guys all at the same time. A bit young yet but Tom Hiddleston could be a future Bond, maybe by the time DC hangs up his gun!

    Love that skirt on you, perfection. Where is your necklace from? I've been looking for some kind of statement necklace to wear over jumpers in the winter months and that onle looks lovely.

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    1. LA Rona, I've had that necklace for yonks, it's as old as the cream jacket so about 12 years maybe.Oh I missed them on Graham Norton, oh I'll have to google Hiddleston I don't know who he is.

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  47. I love that outfit and the coat is beautiful, banish thoughts of Pierrot it looks wonderful on you, as does the skirt.
    I think that Daniel Craig is sort of pugnaciously handsome, hence the thug-look, and I agree Bond should be more debonair. I rarely go to the theatre to see a movie but I think I'll go to this one.

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    1. I never go to the cinema, maybe once every couple of years but always for Bond and I will go to see The Hobbit at Christmas. That's the cream jacket I mentioned to you before I've never been happy in it but it's the most beautiful quality so I'll force myself to wear it out. Thrift!

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  48. That Purefoy chap looks lurvely for the next Bond; How 'bout you for Bond girl?? This would work!

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    1. Lane I luff you, flattery will get you everywhere.

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  49. Craig as Bond was ruined for me when I saw Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. He just isn't something...sophisticated perhaps? A roll in the hay is one thing, James Bond is another.

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    1. Oh that was just in the American version I haven't seen it.

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  50. Oh and I'm short shinned too - thanks for the link, will check it out now!

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  51. Wow love this outfit. I'm also 5'4 , so I'm impressed the skirt looks so perfect. They're usually too long.

    Can't wait to see Skyfall. Saw Argo last night. Wonderful. Is it in the U.K. yet? You'd love it and Ben Affleck is excellent.

    James is quite cute. I still love Pierce the best.
    xo

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    1. Argo - the hubs is battering on about that,so it's worthwhile? I rarely go to the cinema.

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    2. Yes, but you'll be holding your breath all through it. I needed a drink after to calm down. Probably one of the best movies this year. I love that it's a true story.

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  52. I have short attention span syndrome - a made up affliction that causes me to fidget after I've been sitting for 1/2 hour or more. I rarely make it through a movie. I catch Bond movies on t.v. rerun and end up seeing each 4 or 5 times in order to actually see all of one. Good friends tell me Argo is worth sitting still for.

    You have caused me to order that skirt, Tabitha. It looks sensational on you, very figure flattering. It won't look quite as well on me but I intend to try a similar look and hope for the best.

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  53. Oh Tabitha, I adore James Purefoy! His performance in Rome (especially that scene early on...no performance, just standing there naked) sealed my undying devotion. Dashing, devilish and extremely screen worthy as Bond. He has my vote.

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  54. Ive never been a Bond aficionado ..but I was once told by an English actor (long time resident of Aust) how fantastic Moore was to work with, easy going, no drama queen (ness?). Roger was apparently aware he wasnt the world's greatest actor and got the work on his charm. Always liked him after that story.

    I once read he also came to the financial rescue of his first wife,Dorothy Squires.

    Also loved him in The Saint as a child.

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  55. You look lovely in your new white skirt. I never wear white-not since I was a babe, but you look good in it. My absolutely favorite drink is a dry Grey
    Goose Vodka martini. I don't eat the olives. My husband eats them. I drink
    just one and feel like I could run a marathon.

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  56. The reason we didn't run to the movie - Daniel Craig - we are not 'feeling' him. I love an icy gin martini, with sweet vermouth - delish when it
    is made correctly.

    Bronson was a superb choice and he looks like a man with a slow hand. Did you see that TV movie with Bronson and Mary Jo ________, forget her last name, Wow.

    The next James Bond. The pickins are so slim - possibly a new comer.

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  57. Tabitha, short shins be damned, you look fantastic in this skirt! I watch a lot of movies but Bond just bores me, I agree that Daniel Craig looks like Putin, I think I would go for Clive Owen if I could choose.

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  58. PROPORTIONED PERFECTION Craig is optioned for two more. Owen reputedly passed/ was passed over. Purefoy would be lovely. In his slim picking days before the "Rome" series hit, did a made-to-TV movie with him and Christopher Plummer in wilds of Ontario, worlds from Pierce at the pillar box. But with a week's acquaintance, I'd seriously wonder if he'd acquiese to the primping and parading that goes with being 007 these days.
    Your tall snowdrift skirt looks fantastic, a brave outfit from my perspective. I would slosh coffee or sideswipe a winter-salted car before making it back indoors.

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  59. I always thought Idris Elba would make a great bond. I really should try J.Crew being a shorty, but have always wondered about the import/exchange rate cost... best place to buy?

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  60. You look drop dead gorgeous...who would have thought to order a tall at 5' 4"...well besides you? Perfect and the jacket is gorgeous too!

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  61. I love a bit of Winter White - that skirt is so elegant, and the jacket has drama! win win. Not sure myself about DC as Bond - Pierce and Sean were the best imo.

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  62. I've never fancied Craig as Bond, he's a bit too blonde for me, but Purefoy, yes please.

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  63. Craig may nor be smooth, Bond should be,fair criticism. But Bond should also be able to fight and no common viewer, like myself, should ever think they could "take" James Bond. Pierce appears as tough as bread pudding.
    Vote for whomever you please to fill the role but I, like all other men, secretly vote for myself.

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  64. I was dismayed to hear that Daniel Craig was chosen to be the new James Bond. Even I have to admit that he's done a pretty good job so far. More edgy and of course, far more violent.

    You're so brave to wear ivory/white. I would've dirtied it in one nanosecond. I actually like the coat. The collars are very eye catching but in a good way.

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  65. I love Craig. To carve pumpkins we ( here in the midwest US) use a knife to cut around the stem, then scrap out the guts with a spoon. Use the knife to cut your pumpkin's face.

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  66. I remember reading that Stephanie Seymour was so successful as a model because she had a spectacularly long crus (fancy term for the length from knee to ankle). Some crus can be too short to wear a long pencil, but your skirt works beautifully! My J Crew pencils seem annoyingly short now; will consider the "tall."

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  67. i love this post!! i hadn't thought of james purefoy but i could see it working!!

    your winter white outfit is sheer perfection!!! xox P

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  68. My dear...I do so love to see your ever so chic, chic self!

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  69. You look glamorous as always :) In America we had these special pumpkin carving knives that won't cut you but carve a mean pumpkin, I should have had someone send me one, but then that might have gotten them into trouble, haha ;) x

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  70. I really like DC as Bond. Connery #1 as always but DC really pulls it off and is not a copy.

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  71. They should have picked Ranulph Fiennes back in 69 as a "real" Bond. Too real for the producers however.

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  72. I would like to see Michael Fassbender as the next Bond. In X-Men: First Class, wardrobe purposely dressed him in clothing that a 1960's/1970's Bond would have worn; and he looked damn good. He can be suave, debonaire, and ruthlessly cold at the same time. Fassy gets my vote.

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  73. Just sent you some links to my fave pumpkin carving books...by Joost Ellfers - of Play With Your Pumpkins fame, no gutting necessary!

    I love a more elegant and classy Bond...can't think of who could fill the bill now a days though...have to think on it. Glad to know you liked the film though, looking forward to seeing it.
    xo J~

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  74. thanks for sharing.

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  75. I heard this new James Bond movie is better then all of them. Been really looking forward to seeing this one.

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  76. Hello :)

    I just bought the Jcrew skirt and I was looking for how to wear it, when I came across your picture. Nice ensemble. Please where did you buy the top from?

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