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A Week of Outfits: Katie Licata

A Week of Outfits: Katie Licata

Katie Licata is a preschool teacher and a die-hard vintage fan — and of course, a dead ringer for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. “I’ve had people ask me if I’m dressing up, but I’m like, ‘No, this is just what I look like!’” Based in Suwanee, Georgia, her wardrobe is a collection of reproduction pieces, vintage eBay finds, and homemade replicas sewed by Katie herself. Here, she shares five looks she wore in a week…

A Week of Outfits: Katie LicataSweater: Modcloth, similar. Skirt: Pinup Girl Clothing, similar. Earrings: vintage. Shoes: Jessica Simpson.

“My style has always been colorful, but in the past few years I’ve started dressing consistently vintage or vintage-inspired. I’ve always loved vintage style. I grew up watching musicals like My Fair Lady, and then in high school I loved Mad Men — especially Betty’s and Joan’s looks. That really helped me home in on the late 50s and early 60s style. A lot of people will say, ‘Does it take forever to get dressed?’ but it’s pretty easy because a dress is just one piece. And most of my shirts match with all of my skirts. This skirt is a favorite because it has art by Mary Blair, the animator and designer who did the concept art for Disney’s Cinderella and Peter Pan, among others. The little kids at school LOVE it.”

A Week of Outfits: Katie LicataDress: vintage. Hat: Etsy. Earrings: vintage. Shoes: Charlie Stone.

“This dress is one of my favorites. I found it on eBay and got so lucky because no one else bid on it. I love to wear it swing dancing, which I do every Monday, at a weekly dance called Hot Jam. My husband and I just go to the dance portion, but there are also classes beforehand. That’s actually how we met! It’s exhausting but wonderful.”

A Week of Outfits: Katie Licata

“I wear a red lip most days. I get lipsticks from Bésame, which produces reproductions of old colors, going all the way back to the 1920s. My go-to is Bésame Red. And I wear Silly George magnetic lashes, which are like magic. They’re so much easier to apply than the adhesive kind. I can wear them all day and they never irritate my eyes.”

A Week of Outfits: Katie Licata

Dress: vintage. Parasol: Dapper Day Shop, similar. Headpiece: vintage. Earrings: vintage. Sunglasses: vintage. Basket: vintage. Shoes: Miss L Fire, similar.

“Oh my gosh, I love The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel! I do take style inspiration from that show. This is a Midge Maisel-inspired look. People do make the comparison a lot. We were at the airport last week and a woman who worked for the airline stopped me and said, ‘You look like, oh, I forget her name…’ and my husband goes, ‘Mrs. Maisel?’ She said yes and took a picture with me!”

A Week of Outfits: Katie Licata

Dress: Bernie Dexter, similar. Earrings: vintage. Shoes: Jessica Simpson.

“When it comes to vintage, brick and mortar stores often have a higher price point, so I prefer to hunt for deals online. For anyone interested, it’s really helpful to know your bust, hip and waist measurements to ensure you get the right fit. I’ve had great experiences with Kitty Girl Vintage, Simplicity Is Bliss and Archetype Vintage.”

Playsuit: homemade. Hat: Etsy. Earrings: vintage.

“My great grandma gave me a sewing machine when I was in middle school, and I learned the basics. But it wasn’t until a couple years ago that I started sewing more complicated looks. This playsuit is my most recent Maisel-inspired piece. It’s made from a sheet! I couldn’t find any fabric that looked right, and then I found this bed sheet and it worked out perfectly.”

Thank you so much, Katie!

P.S. More women share their weeks of outfits, including a professor in Toronto and a Maine-based antique dealer.

(Photos by Joelle Rosen for Cup of Jo.)

  1. Loribeth says...

    Katie, Your style appears to reflect your inner joy! How radiant!

  2. K says...

    She is amazing!!

  3. Cat says...

    I want to know how shet sets her hair! It’s beautiful. Love people those that put effort forth.

  4. Beth says...

    Love it! Refreshing to see something different than the Everlane-ASOS-Madewell slouchy look (which I will add is what I wear 6/7 days and love.) But maybe I’ll mix in a nice gingham dress next summer :)

  5. Mimi says...

    Oh my gosh! I can’t believe my favorite blog is featuring fashion like this! I dress about 50/50 between retro/vintage looks and more ‘modern’ clothing. There’s a huge community in Los Angeles for this kind of style, and the events are the *best*. Every age and walk of life represented and totally into the music, history, memorabilia and fashion. I love reading all the comments here about how joyful she seems–it really is a happy community! And I find myself having so many more little conversations throughout the day when I’m dressed in similar garb–it conveys a certain outlook that is so fun!
    There’s an awesome saying in this community: “old fashion, not old-fashioned.”
    Thank you for featuring this sweet, stylish gal!

  6. Sasha L says...

    Isn’t it so cool that we can dress how we want? That we can wear what makes us feel happy and alive and unique? I love these posts for the fun glimpses into other women’s lives and personalities and what makes them happy. It’s just inspiration. And always so much acceptance and celebration in the comments.

  7. Emily R Hylden says...

    I want to know how to do 50s & 60s inspired hair! She looks like a pro!!

  8. Beachreader says...

    Loved this and love her style!

  9. Sara Campbell says...

    LOVED this – shared with my 14 year d daughter as we’re both lovers of vintage & Mrs Maisel with very different styles,

    I love how a style that could look ‘costume-y’ (a good thing!) so natural.

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you! How neat that you and your daughter both like Mrs. Maisel! Reminds me of my mom and I watching Gilmore Girls together when I was around that age.

  10. Claire says...

    She looks terrific. I used to wear a lot of vintage dresses when I was younger. They seriously don’t make a fit like that anymore- darts, tucks, facings, linings. So much shape!

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you! It’s very true, I fall in love with each vintage piece I get. They are so well constructed and designed. The blue dress from this article amazed me with how well it was made, second only to my wedding dress.

  11. Greta says...

    Need a hair tutorial stat!

  12. Lacy says...

    Wait. We’re not going to talk about her hair?! For shame! :)
    Thanks for sharing this fun week of looks!

  13. Emily says...

    I must know the nail polish color – I’ve been looking for a vibrant red that’s suitable for cool skin tones for what feels like forever without much luck! They’re always too orange-y or not vivid enough. Any suggestions, CoJ readers?

    • Poppy says...

      May I recommend ‘Big Apple Red’ by OPI?

    • Katie y says...

      I wear Sally Hansen Red Eye in their miracle gel polish, it holds up really well. It’s not actual gel polish but lasts me a week or so before I need to remove it.

    • Erica says...

      It may be darker than what you’re seeking, but “Got the Blues for Red” by OPI is my favorite cool-toned red! It’s glamorous and looks great all seasons.

  14. Emily says...

    I let out a little squeal of glee and relief when I saw her in a sweatshirt and shorts posted on her instagram – she IS human!

    • Katie Licata says...

      I am very human!😊I posted a few less glamorous pictures on my Instagram story today for a little reality. I like to be fancy, but I am not that way constantly.

  15. Alexanne Robichaud says...

    Wow I love this look. I wish I could pull this off myself! I always loved the old styles, and that green dress, oh my!!

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you and you can! These styles are so much fun and universally flattering. Reproduction companies like Lindy Bop, Vivien of Holloway, and Unique Vintage are a great way to start. Even Amazon has some options! They make vintage styles much more accessible and less labor intensive to find something you like. I hope you give it a try!

  16. Gina says...

    I simply adore her style and I bet her students LOVE her! (I have a preschooler and I know if her teacher came to school dressed like that she would swoon!). My question is…how DO you teach preschool in an outfit like that?! The teachers at my daughter’s school wear aprons and pretty casual clothes because they are getting messy ALL.THE.TIME. I just picture 10 pairs of paint covered little hands reaching for that beautiful voluminous skirt….

    • Emily says...

      same question. I’m having paint covered hands anxiety!

    • Kate says...

      Same question from me! I absolutely love her style, and I’m sure she makes it work for her position but I’d be so intrigued to know how. I’m a children’s librarian, and I can only really dress up when I have meetings or when I’m only working on desk. A day with programs or lots of kid time involves swing dresses and leggings and comfy shoes. I hope I still look good and professional but I need easily washable stuff and stuff that I can easily move and bend while wearing.

    • Sasha L says...

      I wondered as well. I love her style but I don’t think it would be comfortable enough for me. As a preschool teacher, I wear overalls and Crocs, every single day. No bend over gap, tons of pockets, and just comfy.

    • Katie Licata says...

      I only wear reproduction of vintage to work, it can hold up to the necessary washing. The first outfit and the green gingham are my two favorite work outfits. I wear full skirts which give a very large range of motion; I go on slides, run around, move furniture, sit on the floor, pick up kids, etc. My skirts are high waisted so my shirts never come untucked and dresses are just one piece, so that couldn’t be easier. The greatest thing about my dresses and skirts are the huge pockets! I can hold two cans each, I’ve tested it. I can have my phone in my pocket to take pictures for parents, lipstick, bandaids, it’s very practical really. As for paint, I make my lesson plans so if I know it’ll be a messy day I’ll bring an apron or wear darker colors. That said I’ve never had a student internally put paint on me, sweat or fingers that have been in mouths are more frequent. My job is fairly busy and active so while it looks nice, it’s also comfortable and functional.

  17. Katie says...

    This post was so great! I loved how different her style is and that it is on my favorite COJ! What a treat. I think she looks adorable and I also think it’s really cool that she just rocks her style. I would love to know where she buys her daily underwear and bras. I know many other people are wondering too :)

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you very much! Usually Target, but I did buy my first longline bra this summer. The brand is Rago(they make a bunch of vintage bras and shapewear) and you can get it on Amazon. It’s very comfortable and makes a few of my vintage dresses fit a bit better because of the slightly more pointed cup shape. I wore a girdle for a tv show and can tell you I’m grateful women don’t wear them in daily life anymore!

  18. Melkorka says...

    What a joyful approach to getting dressed – very inspiring. Katie’s eye for color & color combinations is lovely, what a fun fashion post!

    • Katie Licata says...

      That was exactly my playsuit inspiration! I’m glad you could tell! As soon as I saw that outfit I knew I had to make it 😊

  19. florence says...

    so fun and stylish in her own way! i love vintage, not just for the great tailoring and quality, but also it’s like finding treasures. and of course, so good for the earth… katie, your kids at school are so lucky to have such a fun and colorful teacher everyday.

    • Brandy says...

      Need a hair tutorial stat!!

  20. Diana Alvarez Gorby says...

    Now we’ll be waiting on her home tour and beauty routine !

  21. Lacey says...

    Can we find out what version of the silly george lashes she is wearing?? I love how natural they look and don’t want to get something over-the-top. :)

    • Katie Licata says...

      I usually wear the original style, but these are the dailies. I don’t wear them for everyday life, just weekends or for special events so the regular ones work out best for me. Both styles have proven pretty durable, my original pair is going on a year. Important tip: cut the bottom layer into three pieces so you can line up each magnet.

  22. Lisa Z says...

    I adore this! In my 20s (back in the ’90s!) I would have dressed like this in a heartbeat, and sometimes did. As I’ve aged, I’ve softened a bit in both body shape and coloring so no longer feel comfortable in so much color (and truly, that’s okay–I know what works for me better than ever at age 49). But I love that she’s rocking it so beautifully and hope she keeps it up! I’m a preschool teacher too and I know for sure her students love this! There’s a certain freedom in being a teacher and dressing the part that is so much fun. She manages to dress in this cool, retro style and still look so natural. Thank you for featuring this fun, playful look. Love it!

  23. I wish she had addressed the hair! How do you get that look?! is it curled and pinned? twisted? what?!

    • In says...

      I would like to know too. How much time does this take every day?

  24. MariaE. says...

    Beautiful lady, she looks like she is from another time. I love her timeless beauty. I do have a question though, does she dress up vintage all the time? I love her skirts, I love her red lipstick and it is inspiring, but I don’t think I could wear vintage clothes all the time.

  25. I look forward to this and the beauty diary so much! Of course, now that I’m a new mom and all of my clothes revolve around “Can I breastfeed in this?”, I’d love to see a week of outfits from a new mom!

    • what a great idea! i now own numerous wrap dresses (and wrap rompers) because of my nursing days.
      and ps congrats, new mama!

    • SC says...

      Agreed!

    • Madison says...

      I would love to see a new mom/toddler mom week of outfits too!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      Great ideas, thank you! We’re on it!

  26. Madison says...

    Now I want to see her classroom!

  27. Summer says...

    Love love love this!

  28. Laine says...

    Katie, can you tell us about your hairstyle/haircut? I too love a vintage look but I’m not sure what to ask for when I go to the hair salon to get a similar haircut/look. Do you curl or set it daily?

    • Rachel Adrianna says...

      I was wondering that myself! And if she uses cold cream/ other “old school” beauty methods!

  29. issa says...

    I’m almost afraid to ask, but what does she exercise in?

  30. Kayleigh says...

    Oh my goodness that homemade dress is divine!!

  31. Cynthia says...

    This is my absolute favorite week of outfits! I love vintage styles and vintage fabrics. I make a lot of my clothing, and vintage cottons are wonderful for sewing. I have used sheets and fabric shower curtains to make garments. For those of you interested in sewing vintage garments, here’s a link to Gertie’s blog. https://blog.bygertie.com/ I have not tried any of her Charm Patterns, but I do like the ones from Butterick I have.

  32. Dee says...

    This is fascinating to me. She looks so adorable. We had a woman in my office (she has since left and gone to another company) that dressed exactly like this. Every day I was thrilled to see what she would wear. I never had the nerve to ask where she could find the clothes. I too, thought it must take forever to get ready.
    This was great! Love the wide range of people and topics you always come up with…

  33. Maggie says...

    Mad Men in high school?! I’m so old! (Lovely clothes, lovely woman.)

    • Elisabeth says...

      HA! I felt the same way! (On both counts.)

    • Yup, not alone on that one. I read that and thought YIKES how old is she…how old am I???

    • Catherine says...

      Me, too! I actually looked up when it first aired…in 2007. That was just a few years ago, LOL.

    • nina says...

      haha, my thoughts exactly!

    • Tina says...

      Same!!!

    • Hayley says...

      Glad I’m not the only one who was thrown by the Mad Men-in-high-school sentence! I’ve recently entered my thirties and keep forgetting that there are adult women who are younger than me.

  34. Trish O says...

    Very lovely. I have not read the comments yet, so sorry if this was asked, but I always wonder about types of undergarments used for vintage clothes. I know the undergarments were very different in the late 50s/60s. Do you were vintage undergarments to make sure the clothes fit well/as intended or do you have go-to contemporary items that work well with vintage clothes. I know, TMI, but undergarments seem to make or break a look…oh the life of a girl

    • Caroline Donofrio says...

      That’s a great question! Katie said she wears a petticoat under her dresses and skirts, which she gets from Malco Modes. They also have a whole assortment of undergarments for vintage clothing!

  35. Jenny says...

    Love this! I would love to hear about how she does her hair too, it’s so pretty! (and I was wondering how she got that hat to stay on…a hat pin? How does one use one?)

    • Katie Licata says...

      I have actually never used a hat pin, so I’m not sure how they work either. My trick is to put safety pins on the underside of the hat, then I can bobbypin it in place. Some hats have hair combs sewn in which work well too.

  36. Connie says...

    Yay! a Vintage style feature! Thanks for all the links. Fabulous…also, that brass and glass bar cart is everything.

  37. Mel says...

    First of all, darling. Just darling. Puts to shame that dressing up for me is actually brushing my hair and putting on lip gloss. Also, that sheet she used as a dress? Yup, had that on my bed growing up. When I first saw it I thought geez that looks just like my beloved rainbow sheets my Mom got me at a garage sale when I was 8. And sure enough…. I always love the variety here COJ. Thank you.

  38. Crystal says...

    OMG OBSESSED! I love people who know what they like to wear and wear it pridefully!!

  39. Nikki says...

    Can she be on again for hair tutorials? Lovely!

  40. K says...

    Katie is gorgeous. I love her poise!

    That playsuit is impressive! It also inspires me to have some colorful patterned bedsheets after several seasons of soft neutrals. I mean seriously, a pastel rainbow with butterflies? It’s like sleeping in a wonderland!

  41. Wow, love Katie’s looks! A friend of mine is a devoted rockabilly, I really appreciate the devotion to looking put together and ladylike

  42. Amanda says...

    Totally gorgeous! Love her style. Am totally checking out magnetic lashes!

  43. agnes says...

    Katie, you’re showing a fantastic example to those kids in your classroom, an example of joy, colour, personnality! They are lucky! Love your style!

  44. Mathilda says...

    Home tour, home tour!!!!

  45. Sarah says...

    I loved these outfits. This girl has great style. I was born in 1981; this makes me wish I had been born in 1931!
    I bet her preschoolers love her clothes too.
    I think this was my favorite outfits post ever.

  46. Erin says...

    She looks like so much fun and I bet her little preschoolers just adore her!

  47. Janine says...

    Love her style! When i dress up i gravitate towards full skirts and dresses that nip in at the waist. Much like her! Its flattering if you are pear shaped as a fuller skirt conceals your hips a bit. Id totally shop this womans closet

  48. Magnetic lashes?! ?! I had no idea! I clicked on the link and I’m seriously considering them.

    Also really pleased to see someone featured who sews who own clothes! That playsuit is super-cool.

    • janine says...

      I have tried magnetic lashes and can never get them to work… but I also CANNOT do a cat-eye, and can’t get regular false eyelashes (with glue) to work either.

  49. Ashley says...

    Magnetic lashes tutorial please!! I have a set and I can NEVER get them both on. It’s very discouraging. :(

    • celeste says...

      Buying the lipstick

  50. Nadine says...

    Gasped when I saw the first skirt, knew this would be fun. Thanks & fingers crossed we get to see her home.

  51. Kamina says...

    Oh my gosh – can we talk about Katie’s amazing all-nude shoe collection? It wasn’t mentioned in the post, but I noticed it. Classy!

    • Summer says...

      I noticed that too! Very impressive….also impressive that she resists even more color – I love a colorful shoe to go with my colorful outfits. :P

  52. jet says...

    I love her look, love that style of clothes. Wonderful.

  53. Zoe says...

    Agreed! I’d love to see a home tour post

  54. amanda says...

    Love this! Am I the only one curious about undergarments? Does she wear a certain kind of vintage-inspired bra to make these outfits work? 🙈

  55. Cynthia says...

    She looks awesome! Although it seems tiresome to always be “in character” a la Dita Von Teese

    • Ana D says...

      She may just act super normal and contemporary, while looking like a mad throwback. It’s so cool to think about.

    • rachel says...

      Agreed completely. I’m surprised more people haven’t said the same thing. It seems like the type of thing you build an identity around and get locked into. It feels a bit halloweeny to be in 100% vintage 100% of the time including accessories and hair/makeup. But that’s just me projecting my stuff on her I guess! She’s beautiful and I’ve never seen anyone look bad in an A-line dress!
      I’d love to see someone use these shilhouettes in contemporary fabrics or with contemporary accessories.

    • Breamons says...

      Yeah – that has me in hang-ups too! Mainly because I think of the 50s and 60s a time when women were forced to BE FEMININE ALL THE TIME. And your appearance was tied to your worth and status in a way that’s totally tied up with gender and subjugation. But if she’s happy and living her best and fullest self then more power to you, Katie!!

    • Katie Licata says...

      Ana D is very right! I wear vintage clothes but do not a lead vintage lifestyle or follow vintage principals for living. For me, I’m all about the aesthetic, details in the clothes, and fun colors. I run about 5 days a week so I live in these vintage outfits and workout clothes, not a whole lot in between though. It’s very easy to throw on a dress in the morning, mascara, lipstick, and brush out my hair(I set it in pincurls the night before) . It takes me 20 minutes tops. Sleep is a priority to me 😊 If I’m not feeling well or just don’t feel like it I’ll dress more casual, no pressure. I’m glad to live in a time where I can dress this way because I like it and not at a time where it was necessary.

  56. Cg says...

    OMG!!! I had those rainbow butterfly bed sheets as a tween back in the 80s!!!!!!

    • K says...

      !!!!!! I want them.

  57. Jeanne says...

    My first thought at seeing the train skirt was that it resembled the Casey Jr Circus train in Disneyland’s Fantasyland. How great to see that it’s from the same artist!! This was a really fun Week of Outfits. I love her style and like to imagine that she was reincarnated from another era.

  58. Emma says...

    I need need need to know how she styles her hair. I bet that vintage hairstyle would look so beautiful and fun inspired with some modern, cozy autumn outfits.

    • agreed!! I was wondering about her hair as well.

  59. Bonnie says...

    After viewing this, my three year old (son) says “I weally want wed wips!” (red lips). Ha. I do love the vintage look!

    • Christine Hart says...

      My son (who is now 25, a First Lieutenant in the US Army, and getting married in December) used to ask me for “wipstick” when he was three! Thanks for the memories.

    • Tina, nyc. says...

      Katie you are stunning!

      CoJ, Can we have a beauty post too? Rarely does the word luminous actually fit the bill .

      And Katie, your hair is divine. How do you do it?

  60. Ouh YAY. I love seeing vintage style on a slightly more main stream blog. I too wear vintage anr repro most days so it’s so refreshing to see it featured on your blog which I’ve been following for years now and normally just glance over the fashion posts with a little less interest.
    Katie is stunning and has such a lovely outlook and wit.

  61. Sarz says...

    You look incredible, Katie! As a fellow mid-century fanatic, of course I adore every look. Even for those who don’t share our taste, you’re inspiring them to seek out a style that’s distinctly theirs!

  62. Simone says...

    I love that you are featuring more hand-made outfits!

  63. Cynthia says...

    In twenty years, there will men all over the south regaling their girlfriends and wives about how their first love was their preschool teacher. I have no doubt Katie’s fun nature and dazzling smile light up her classroom on the daily.

    • Rae says...

      So true Cynthia!

    • omg totally!!

    • Catharine says...

      Absolutely! My kids would LOVE to have Katie as a teacher! What a gift and such wonderful style.

    • Christina says...

      Could not agree more. She exudes confidence and warmth; I’m envious of her students!

  64. Jade says...

    That playsuit is dead on! What beautiful style!

  65. Kate says...

    Her style isn’t my personal cup of tea but I LOVE how she owns it and I think she looks absolutely amazing. Also I as always appreciate the range of women and styles presented by COJ :)

    • Elena says...

      She wears the clothes, not the other way around. That’s really all that matters if you are talking about personal style. She looks great!

    • AnnMarie says...

      I second this!

    • Trish O says...

      I agree, she does look beautiful. And I also LOVE that this platform always seems to try to represent a diversity of women.

  66. Maclean Nash says...

    Love! Love! Love! I would pay a pretty penny for her homemade playsuit. Jus’ saying Katie, do you take orders?!

  67. Veronica says...

    I love that the commitment to vintage extends to the books! My grandmother had an almost full set of those Disney books; I spent hours pouring over them!

  68. Catherine says...

    Love her! I follow her on Instagram and was so excited to learn she’d be featured here. I find her playful approach to style and life inspiring. I’m sure her little students just adore her!

  69. Ali says...

    I love her style!!!! I bet she causes smiles wherever she goes!

  70. Annie says...

    I’ve never wanted to look like anybody but me. But Katie Licata has me rethinking things. Her style is beyond amazing!

  71. Anne says...

    Wait seriously – magnetic lashes? Are they comfortable? And you can just re-use them as many times as you want? Do they really work?

    • Jennifer says...

      I want to know too! Do they work????

    • Sara says...

      Also curious! How many uses can you get per pair?

    • Katie Licata says...

      I don’t wear them every day, but on the weekends and special occasions. They take a little getting used to but I’ve worn them upwards of 12 hours at Disney. Yes, my first pair from a year ago is still going strong. I prefer to cut the bottom layer in three pieces so I can match up each set of lashes.

  72. Lydia says...

    Now we need to see the rest of her house!

    • Michelle Jacques says...

      Yes, it would be great to see her vintage style home too!

  73. Sonja says...

    Yay! I LOVED this post so much! Katie – you rock! And I hope my son’s future preschool teacher is a quarter as vibrant.

  74. Katie, these photos are stunning! Showcasing your beautiful self and style!

  75. Alex says...

    Forget living in those outfits… I want to live in that brain! Love her humor and outlook and disciplined attitude toward joy.

    Thank you, Katie!

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you very much! I’m so proud of that playsuit and it’s one of my favorite outfits now.

    • Katie Licata says...

      That is so kind, thank you very much!

  76. Justine says...

    OOoooooooohhhhh – I have skin envy! What a gorgeous woman.

  77. Sally says...

    It’s so fun to see a woman with totally different/unique style featured on the site! I’m not a huge vintage person, but I loved Katie’s looks. That homemade playsuit is amazing!

    • Katie Licata says...

      Thank you very much! I’m so proud of that playsuit and it’s one of my favorite outfits now.

  78. Jean Jones says...

    She is just lovely! I would have loved to hear more about how she styles her hair (products etc.)

  79. What a delightful and unique wardrobe! This is essentially the opposite of my style, but I love how much joy it obviously brings her and therefore me.

  80. shannon says...

    Katie, your eye color is absolutely stunning!!! 💚💚💚