The Little Black Dress or “LBD” is the staple piece of every woman’s wardrobe. It’s the most versatile item you own, able to be worn to beachside cocktails, barbecue’s, the office… the possibilities are endless!
It seems like myths and rules follow us through all stages of life – even when it comes to fashion for older women! Are you curious about which rules should be followed and which ones are myths, there to mess with your head? If so, you’ll really enjoy watching today’s video with Susan Honeygood!
Do you have a drawer full of scarves with no idea what to do with them? How many of them are there because they were gifts and you feel a little guilty about throwing them out?
If scarves are one of those clothing items you can’t live without or they’re something you haven’t figured out, you’ll enjoy today’s video with Melanie Payge!
Women come in all shapes and sizes and, as such, there is no one-style-fits-all approach when it comes to fashion after 60. Pear-shaped women such as Marilyn Monroe are renowned for their tiny waists and full-figured, feminine silhouettes. If you have ever looked at your reflection and had a mini-Marilyn moment, you will enjoy today’s video with Melanie Payge!
We’ve all seen them before… those magazine articles with “expert advice” on how to dress in your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond. It’s rare to see them go beyond the 50s though, as if women needn’t bother past a certain age. What nonsense!
We typically expect autumn to be the season when we pack away our linens and break out more of our traditional comfortable woolies in familiar neutrals, with the occasional bright pink or spring green cashmere thrown in just for fun. We wear them with wool pants, dark pencil skirts or plaids.
Finding your inner-goddess can be as simple as playing a role – just like a real-life movie star! You don’t need to be in a big budget Hollywood movie to feel like a million dollars. Do you have what it takes to rock fashion over 50 like a celebrity? Of course you do!
Long, short, square, wool, silk – scarves come in all shapes and colors. But do you know how to wear them? Fashion expert Melanie Payge is here to give us some scarf advice to enhance our looks. Enjoy the show!
Low prices are not the only thing that makes thrift stores so great. In fact, the treasures you can find there make the trip really worth while. Join us in conversation with lifestyle blogger Mel Kobayashi, who knows everything about thrift shopping. Enjoy the show!