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Meet Jennifer

Since 2012, Jennifer has been helping women over 50 be their confident, stylish, best selves through her blog, A Well Styled Life.

A certified personal stylist and image consultant with decades of experience in wardrobe styling and beauty, Jennifer helps her readers navigate new trends and timeless truths – providing ready-to-wear ideas for every budget and accessible, honest lifestyle advice with a focus on self-care, nourishment, and wellness.

Jennifer believes wholeheartedly that women can be beautiful and confident at every age, and has created an active online community of readers who support each other along their personal journeys.

A mother, grandmother, and wife, Jennifer shares stories, and strategies from her quest to make life after 50 the best years of all. Her deeply personal insights have made her a trusted friend to thousands of women throughout North America and the world.

Jennifer has been searching for the perfect foundation shade since 1973.

Jennifer Connolly of A Well Styled Life

 

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A Well Styled Life is a personal website written and edited by Jennifer Connolly. This website abides by word of mouth marketing standards. I believe in honesty of relationship, opinion, and identity. Ads appearing on this site either potentially generate commissions or are paid placements. That content, advertising space or post will be clearly identified as paid or sponsored content. A product that is gifted will be labeled courtesy of (c/0). This website also contains affiliate links which may generate income for A Well Styled Life. I only post things that I value and trust. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own.

 

 

 

11 Comments

  1. Sue Kekwick
    November 12, 2015 / 12:22 pm

    Can I please subscribe to your blog?
    Regards
    Sue

  2. Jennifer
    Author
    April 28, 2016 / 7:58 am

    This sounds fun! I’m not sure we will get all the way to Seattle but I’ll have a look for future trips. I love discovering new blogs!

  3. Susan Bartlett
    January 4, 2017 / 11:05 am

    Hi Jennifer! I’ve been reading and loving your blog for several months and look forward to your daily advice and inspiration.
    Looking back at one of your blogs, I see you were just about 50 miles south of where I live in Astoria on the Oregon coast! I love the weather here, but as you know, it’s no where near tropical. Which brings me to the question I hope you can help with.
    My niece is getting married in April in the Virgin Islands on the beach. I have no idea about what to wear, (other than a huge hat) much less where to shop for anything. I’m 66, 5’8″ and have all the usual extra pounds and jiggly bits of middle age that I need to hide. I have a few maxi dresses, but need to wear a cami underneath as they’re cut so low. This makes them way to hot and my arms are still exposed to all that hot sun.
    Do you have any advice on what fabrics and styles to wear that are chic, fashionable and cool and where to buy them? I have long legs and usually buy tall sizes, when I can find them. Maybe a flowy top and capris would be better than a dress? Help! I need to find my style sweet spot!
    Thanks so much for considering my question. I love that you are such a chic and fashionable granny and such a fashion role model for the rest of us!
    Susan ????

    • Jennifer
      Author
      January 4, 2017 / 12:30 pm

      Hi Susan,
      It will be hot and humid. The wedding sounds casual so I would look for a cotton maxi or 3/4 length dress with a higher neckline that has 3/4 sleeves. Cami’s can be sticky hot. If you can only find sleeveless, then I would get a lightweight (cotton) wrap or sweater for your shoulders and arms. The trick is to wear natural fibers that don’t cling and allow air flow. A flowy top and capri’s could be cute and you could wear flat sandals. I find dresses coolest in humid weather. Linen, cotton, bamboo thin silk are all great choices. I hope this helps. Good luck!

  4. Caroline McGrath
    November 17, 2017 / 7:44 am

    Hello Jennifer,

    Do you provide personal styling services to individuals?

  5. Karen
    August 24, 2018 / 9:53 am

    Regarding your criteria list for where to retire, our active adult community in Mesquite NV (Sun City Mesquite) meets most of them. Yes, it gets hot in July-August, but that’s 2 months of adverse weather rather than 6! And, luck you, your travel trailer can furnish the relief from desert heat for those few weeks you need it. San Diego is 5 hours away (barring traffic slowdowns.) There are multitudes of active things to do nearby, indoors and outside. Cultural opportunities abound. The local hospital is small, but proximity to St. George UT and the Intermountain network works well. Many medical specialties have office hours in Mesquite clinics. The ED is staffed by the same contracted Emergency Medicine specialists as Las Vegas’s and St. George’s facilities. As an RN, I knew what to look for in emergency triage policies for the conditions more commonly affecting our age group, such as heart attacks and strokes.
    Lower crime rates go along with the small-town life such as ours.
    Having done hospital discharge planning professionally, I’ve recognized that many retired folks find they have to relocate again, closer to family, once they have greater need for family support and can’t take advantage of the active amenities anymore. It may be unavoidable, so I figure meantime it’s ok to land in a community that has more of what you’re looking for, apart from closeness to caregivers, for whatever are your active years.

  6. September 5, 2018 / 11:24 am

    Jennifer I have following your blog for a couple years of more. I have followed many of your tips & also purchased items you showed on your Dressing Rood Dairies (which I love). However the BEST tip from you is your recommendation to read The Address, The Masterpiece, etc.. I have read 2 of the three and LOVE them. The stories are interesting, vivid in the descriptions of early New York & styles of the era. Thank you Thank you.

    • Jennifer
      Author
      September 5, 2018 / 11:26 am

      My pleasure! I can’t wait until she writes another one.

  7. Patsy
    September 13, 2018 / 5:09 pm

    I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the style advice you provide on your blog. I have been looking for a fashion magazine that provides real style for mature women with out paying couture prices without success. I never thought to look for a blog. Two years ago I wore a two piece bathing suit on a Mediterranean cruise because all the European women were wearing bikinis and I wanted to fit in. FYI, I thought everyone my age looked pretty bad. This year I wanted to know what would actually look GOOD and fit in with the European beach set. I Googled “flattering swimsuits to wear in the Mediterranean for women over 60” and your blog popped up. I’m letting the right color blocking, spandex, and an underwire do all the work. Thank you for this service.

    • Jennifer
      Author
      September 14, 2018 / 8:37 am

      Welcome Patsy, I’m so happy you’re here. It is a shame that fashion magazines have abandoned our demographic! I have long lamented the demise of fashion magazines for mature women but find most info available online.

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