Do clothes make the woman? Some would argue that what we wear is unimportant and our interest in discussing fashion is shallow. Attempting to trivialize the fashion struggles for women over 50 is not only uninformed, it’s naive because what we wear can make or break our confidence which makes it worthy of discussion. [Read more…]
I’ve had a few emails lately from readers who would love to try French Kande, but find the price point a bit high for them. Today I’m sharing some of their lower priced pieces that have the same fabulous look and are a great way to add the look to your wardrobe. [Read more…]
We’ve had temperatures ranging from the high 90’s to the low 50’s this past week so I’m very glad I over packed. I learned my lesson when I under packed for our month long trip to Palm Springs in January. Since no suitcases were involved I brought way more than I expect to need but also needed a pair of shoes I did not bring…Murphy’s Law.
I’m not sure why designer sales are exploding right now but the one I’m most interested in features Eileen Fisher. Many of my wardrobe staples are from Eileen Fisher, so when her classic shapes are on sale, that’s when I buy. [Read more…]
Traveling makes running my blog a challenge and being out of the country with sketchy wifi just adds to the mix. My blog went down yesterday and I was powerless to fix it. I’m back today with “Understanding the Dress Code-Take 2”. We attended my daughter’s MBA graduation
yesterday on Tuesday. Prior to the ceremonies, she’d organized a tailgate party in the parking lot with her classmates. I like to think I always know what’s appropriate to wear for varying occasions…yesterday proved me wrong.
Summer is wedding season. Several readers have asked for suggestions of what to wear so I’m sharing a few ideas that I hope will spark your creativity. Your attire should be based on the level of formality the bride has chosen, the location, what makes you feel confident. [Read more…]