Beauty and Fashion Interviews with Experts
If you could describe your style in just a couple of words, what would you say? In my case, I’ve always thought of myself as a “cultured bohemian.” Actually, now that I think about it, a surprising number of women in the Sixty and Me community also use the word “bohemian” to describe their style after 60.
When it comes to fashion for older women, what are the fashion essentials that everyone should have in their wardrobe? Judith Boyd (a.k.a “The Style Crone”) has the answer!
Join Judith and I as we discuss how to build a solid base of wardrobe essentials after 60. Judith is a fabulous woman and I always have so much fun when we talk. I hope that you enjoy the show!
Do you love hats? So do I! I’m not sure why, but, the older I get, the more I love looking for interesting hats and other accessories. Talking with the other women in the Sixty and Me community, it sounds like I’m not alone! In this episode of the Sixty and Me Show, I sit down with fashion for women over 60 expert Judith Boyd (The Style Crone) to discuss why hats are one of the most fascinating items of clothing for women over 60.
Of all of the people that I have interviewed for the Sixty and Me Show, Cindy Joseph is one of my favorites. Cindy is undeniably beautiful, but, it is her personality and passion for life that I appreciated the most.
When I sat down to talk with Cindy, I expected the conversation to focus on how to find beauty after 60 in a practical sense – what to wear, how to apply makeup, etc. What we actually talked about was far more philosophical – and far more interesting.
One of the best things about being over 60 is that you no longer need to worry about what people think. This is especially true when it comes to clothing for women over 60. Sure, there are certain principles that can help you to look your best – but, for the most part, now is the time to express your personality!
If you are a woman who loves to travel, you will adore Evelyn Hannon. She is a 70+ year-old senior travel expert with a passion for life and a burning desire to experience new cultures. Her mission in life, as demonstrated on her website, Journeywoman.com, is to follow her heart to new adventures in every corner of the globe. Along the way, she inspires others to appreciate life and explore the world around them.
For many women, including myself, New Year’s always seems to be a time of “giving things up.” Maybe you’re promising yourself to watch a little less cheesecake this year – or watch a little less TV. These are both noble goals, but, this year I want to propose that we all say “yes” to something. I want every woman in the Sixty and Me community to embrace their natural beauty after 60 and see this as a year for getting out into the world and showing everyone (including ourselves) how comfortable we can be in our skin.
Like so many things in life, dating is a numbers game. But, as we get a little older it sometimes feels like the odds are tipped against us! There is good news though. In the last few years, companies have started to realize that there is a huge opportunity to help people over 50 to find partners and have opened senior dating sites just for us.
We all love the holiday season for different reasons. I have to admit that I have a special weakness for wearing crystals and glittery tops when the cold arrives. After all, there are so few times during the year when adding a little sparkle to your outfit is actively encouraged!
5 Surprising Things that Are Different About Dating After 60 – Senior Dating Tips from Lisa CopelandDecember 6, 2014 | Margaret Manning
Women in their 60s have enjoyed wonderful relationships and experienced their share of disappointments too. Some of us got married right out of high-school. Others waited until their 20s or 30s to tie the knot. Still others of us decided to stay single and chart our own course.
Regardless of the paths that we took, most of us quickly came to understand men. We may not have always liked what we saw, but, unlike men, who constantly ask “what do women want,” we knew what to expect from the opposite sex.