Sooo….I’ve been MIA on the blog front for a while. It’s definitely been a very busy few weeks, mostly good, but stressful nonetheless. So it always helps when I happen to catch one of my favorite movies on TV. But through the fog of my delirium and laughter, I slowly realize that the set design and clothes of Anchorman are also…well, as Ron Burgundy puts it, “kind of a big deal.” How groovy is his living room, first off? Nice pad, my friend.

Ron Burgundy's living room

And there are quite a few things that I would want of Veronica Corningstone’s (like that ashtray, and her scarf!).

Veronica Corningstone's living room

Of course in the jazz flute scene, the bar is equally smoky and sexy with the red pleather booths, Ron’s turtleneck/velvet blazer ensemble, and Veronica’s DVF wrap dress (which I have in red and love). High-larious.

Tino's Club

And I couldn’t leave you without a quick look at Team 4′s sassy suit style. Love that navy with pink and plaid tie, Brian Fontana.


But after it was all over, back to work as usual. At least I got a good laugh and some great inspiration. So thank you Anchorman, I needed it. “60% of the time, it works every time.”


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  • November 18, 2010 Reply


    I want his orange chandelier!

  • January 5, 2011 Reply


    I know this is a 70s movie, but that interior makes me really want a midcentury home to make retro-cool for my next house!

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