The trick is buying what fits and flatters your shape, coloring and lifestyle. No amount of money can fix tacky. Style has the power to transform your confidence. Working from the outside in, women can boost their confidence by hitting their Style Sweet Spot. Pam Lutrell and I began this new series to help and inspire those women who are struggling with their appearance.
While shades of grey can come across as matronly, bright and bold color will rev up your look and perk up your skin tone. Even better if you can play it off your signature shade of red lipstick a must for women in their 50s. Experiment with non-classic hues like turquoise, burnt orange, and salmon for a modern, sophisticated edge. Swap the deep plunge in favor of a universally flattering boatneck.
One California blogger is on a mission to prove to women over the age of 50 that fashion isn't something that's reserved for youngsters. After all, women who have retired and whose children have moved out of the family home likely have more time to select the perfect outfit or scour thrift stores for the best finds from previous decades, for example. Packer, 65, started the blog on a whim, after getting inspiration from her son, who had created a music blog for a senior project.