I get this question from my clients, “How do I find clothes that still make me look vibrant and attractive, but aren’t so young looking that they make me look silly or like I’m trying to look young?”
This is a question that I feel is a total and complete indication of the sexism and ageism that exists in our world
As I look out to my garden
I feel a sense of pride
It really is a lovely room
Except it is outside.
— Marie Church
I grew up in Michigan so I spent my summers outside swimming in lakes and pools, hiking through green forests with my dad, and chasing fireflies at night. Then, at
Continuing with The Art of Sensual Living: My Lifestyle Secrets, I’m diving into Secret #3: Self-Image Fitness. Whew!!! This one is what my friend and colleague, Janet Hilts, calls a “BHI” (Big Hairy Issue!). Our self-image is so wrapped up in our childhood experiences, parental messaging, peer messaging, advertising, societal definitions of beauty, and more. If
I’ve been an Image Stylist To Women Over Fifty for eight years, helping women who are feeling unstylish and frumpy rediscover their style mojo and confidence. It’s a calling that I’ve been preparing for my entire life, and being married to a sculptor and artist helps me see a woman’s body as a work of art. It’s all about seeing
WOW!! I’m overwhelmed!! I’ve received so many positive responses from women (and men) all over the world who follow my Facebook posts, asking me to share my secrets to healthy living after revealing some of my latest photos. A photo is the most honest reflection of our health and vibrancy.
As I sat with my photographer (an amazingly talented local photographer/branding
Whether you’re single, married, or newly divorced, you go out on dates. If you’ve been married thirty years your dates might be going to Costco with your hubby and catching an In-and-Out Burger afterward, but it’s still a daytime date (at least I consider them dates!).
Whatever constitutes a date in
Heading out on a summer trip?
Wondering what to bring so you can feel comfortable, confident, and prepared for anything? Here are some style tips and packing suggestions for your summer adventure:
TIP #1: PACK NEUTRALS WITH A FEW POPS OF COLOR
No matter where you’re going, country cottage or big city sightseeing,
I have met so many women in their 50s and beyond in the last several years who appear as if they’ve given up on style. They come across as tired, frumpy, hopeless, wondering what happened, wishing they were ten years younger and twenty pounds lighter. Out of date with their style, and needing an update more because they will get