Are you feeling stuck in your neutral-zone wardrobe or with same-old, same-old look? It’s easy to get into a habit or keep a look that worked for you a decade or two ago, but maybe it’s time for a change!
Granted, times, opportunities, healthcare and attitudes are different from when our mothers were in their 60s, resulting in a currently “smarter” generation when it comes to information access.
If you are a frequent Sixty and Me reader, you probably have heard me mention closet edits, how they go, what they accomplish and how wonderfully fabulous your wardrobe looks on the other side of that activity.
Let’s dive into what is always the most abundant category in the closets of gorgeous gals over 60! Sweaters!
Fall is here and it holds new promise. I know that personally I look forward to the last quarter of the year to finish those old New Years Resolutions that may not yet have been checked off. The pending holidays always give me a sense of urgency. What do I need to finish before I begin new projects?
One of my favorite mantras is, “Life Is Challenging but You Have to Get Dressed.”
When you factor in vertical challenges, that makes it even more difficult. While you may not be able to change the cards you were dealt, the right clothing and accessories can actually help you appear taller than you are.
Do you ever wonder how some women just seem to “get it” when it comes to fashion over 60? How to they seem to always look put together?
When it comes to dresses for women over 60, there are two common questions that most of us ask, while standing in front of the mirror.
I first became familiar with the phrase “color, texture and shine” a few years back while working with Stacy London, whose hit show “What Not To Wear” became the epitome of the before and after makeovers.
What is the hardest article of clothing to shop for as an older woman? PANTS!
Oh my, how we ladies struggle finding a great fitting pair of pants. Most women give up right there in the store and they settle! Well no more settling. One thing we ladies over 60 know how to do is say NO!
So here is the pant shopping protocol.