Tag: fashion for women over 50

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Passe-Partout Please

I’ve been shopping for pieces that go anywhere, with everything in my closet. What my friend calls “passe-partout” pieces.

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How Do We Know What “Our Style” Is?

I think I know my own style, what it is, and what it isn’t. But describing it to someone else can be tricky.

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Making Things Work. And Work, and Work

My navy Veronica Beard suit works and works and works for me. And now I’ve found the perfect hoodie to make it work even harder.

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Turtlenecks for Spring

I wear turtlenecks in fall and winter, but somehow never think of turtlenecks for spring.

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On Jeans & Trying to Expand My Horizons.

I’m on a quest to expand my horizons with respect to jeans. And it ain’t going too well, my friends.

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Spring Shopping Research. Sorting Out the Trends

I’m doing some serious spring shopping research, sorting out the trends, and making my spring shopping list.

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Leather Pants Redux. Again and Again.

I have a small wardrobe. Made up of quality pieces I love, plus a few cheaper items which go so well with the quality pieces that I couldn’t resist them. I regularly edit out what I know I’ll not wear …

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ethical shopping

Reflections on 2018… Wardrobe Wise.

The week between Christmas and New Years is a good time for reflection, don’t you think? And for the past couple of years I’ve spent some time doing just that during this week of metaphorical treading of water, this week of …

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eye make-up

Going Cold Turkey: Two Weeks Without Eye Make-up

It’s highly ironic, I’d say, that just when I get my make-up professionally done, learn new tricks to help my aging skin look brighter, purchase a few new products and learn new ways to use the old ones, including eye …

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accidental shopping

The Accidental Shopper

    This year, I accidentally shopped the Black Friday Sales. Really, I did.  I’m usually anti-Black Friday; I’ve even written about it here on the blog. I abhor the whole frenzied shop until we (or the sales staff) drop …

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