Magazines are full of articles about fashion for women over 50. Some give good advice, others not so much.
As we age our view of style changes. We are looking for happy, energizing clothes that bring vibrancy into our lives. Join us in conversation with style blogger Mel Kobayashi and prepare to be wowed. Enjoy the show!
Most of us want to be noticed when we walk down the street. But do you know how to turn those heads? Do you have the confidence to even attempt it? Join us in discussion with style blogger Mel Kobayashi who shares her secrets about learning to walk like a movie star. Enjoy the show!
The world is full of beautiful women who know their bodies and how to dress them. But how is it that so many women in Italy and France lead the world in class and style? Fashion expert Penelope Whiteley has great tips for knowing and dressing your body after 50. Enjoy the show!
Do you like to be compared to fruit? Or a geometric form? How do you feel when you hear “pear shaped” or “rectangle”? It doesn’t exactly instill positive feelings.
We have seen many fashion trends come and go, but vintage seems to come back again and again. Join us in discussion with style blogger Mel Kobayashi who has some great vintage clothes to show us. Enjoy the show!
Years ago, there was a guy who lived at a halfway house down the street from a friend of mine. He had some quirky habits but was known to be a very cheerful character.
Fashion can be so universal, but style is personal. If you’re afraid to express your style, there’s a solution. Join us in conversation with style blogger Mel Kobayashi, who is such a great inspiration. Enjoy the show!
Fear holds us back. It holds us back from saying what we feel and doing what we want. Fear even controls what we wear.
The original flamenco dress is attributed to the Spanish gypsies. Then, in the late 19th century, it was adopted by Andalusian countrywomen for the annual fairs, ‘ferias’ and for dancing. The dress aimed to enhance women’s figures, mask flaws and enable a seductive walk.