This week meet 4 bloggers with distinct personal styles. From polished to adventurous, to cool and casual, these ladies prove that fabulous doesn’t stop at 40. Take a look and see what I mean.
Let a Jacket Do the Talking
Whether you are heading off to the office or out to dinner, a fitted jacket with a good shoulder jacket is a great way to show off your figure and dress up an outfit.
Here Susan layers a graphic black and white jacket over her monochromatic top and pants. This crisp look works for daytime or evening. Susan keeps her accessories including her clutch to a minimum so that the jacket can be the star of the show.
See more of Susan’s classic style on her blog Fifty, not frumpy.
Embrace Radiant Orchid
I’m seeing Pantone’s color of the year popping up all over. From fingernails to purses to umbrellas, you can pretty much wear the trend any way you wish. Here are 7 of my favorite ways to wear it.
This spring Darlene loves wearing radiant orchid though she admits she’s never really been a fan of purple. I think it looks great on her, especially paired with black.
You can get a glimpse of Darlene is some of her other favorite colors by visiting her blog whosaprettygirl.
Denim is a wardrobe staple, and for a very good reason. It’s one of the most versatile items in our wardrobes. It can easily be dressed up or down depending on what you pair with it.
Jess takes a walk on the glam side when she wears a favorite pair of light denim with a faux fur-collared cardigan.
Check out Jess’s blog Elegantly Dressed and Stylish to see more of her signature style.
Red Hot Florals
Style blogger Kristin had always thought of florals as fussy and better suited to her aunts and grandmothers. Then she discovered this dress hiding in her closet and decided to style it in a fresh, new way.
Look how adding a pair of edgy Vince Camuto booties and a denim moto jacket adds a whole new vibe to this Asian-inspired, retro-style print dress. Very cool!
To see more of Kristin’s unique style, check out her blog, Highland Fashionista, where she encourages readers to step out of their comfort zone and get creative with fashion.