As you get older, you might feel that you need to tone down your look. That shouldn’t be the case. On the contrary, you should embrace this new season of life with fun and fashionable looks and accessories…
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.
Most women over 60 will at some point find themselves dealing with grey hair. While this is a natural part of the aging process, some women still find it hard to let go of their “original” hair color, and resort to dyes…
Be honest. How many times have you purchased something just because you “loved the color”? Other than fit, one of the first things that we look at when choosing a new item of clothing is the color. Unfortunately…
Life is always throwing some new challenge at you. Fortunately, the older you get, the better you become at adapting to changing circumstances. Women in their 40s, 50s, and 60s face a unique set of challenges for sure…
What’s the one thing that you have likely done nearly every day of your 50+ years on the planet? Chances are, you’ve put on a pair of walking shoes and gone for a walk. Just imagine – by your 50th birthday, you have probably walked 44,000 miles!
How do you accessorize your outfit to achieve an elegant style after 50? We have answers! Enjoy this video as Jess Jannenga, a fashion blogger from Elegantly Dressed and Stylish, dishes tips on looking elegant after 50 with brooches, handbags, and shoes.
Recently, I was looking forward to a walk around one of the beautiful Minneapolis, Minnesota lakes with a former work colleague – especially since it looked like it was going to be a real “top 10” gorgeous, summer day. Though I knew it was going to be very hot, I’d neglected to check the humidity level.
By the time we reach our 60s, most of us have given up on anti-aging pills and potions. In fact, most of us don’t want to look younger; we just want to look radiant and full of life. This is why I prefer the term “positive aging” to “anti-aging.”
Say the word, “spa” and it conjures up lifestyles of the rich and famous.
There’s no denying that spas are extremely expensive. However, SPA, or “salute per aqua” is an ageless tradition dating back to Roman times. Honoring your health and well-being with body caring treatments should be a right of all human beings.