Share Your Style
What do you like to wear?
What makes you feel good?
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Subscribers from 81 different countries
heart-warming that women from such varied
cultures and climes come together with similar interests.
Let's take the opportunity and get to know more about each other, our opinions
and tastes, the clothes that work for you and your lifestyle. Will you share a photograph with us?
Is it climate or culture that dictates what you wear; is it comfort or color? It may be your occupation or what works for you in day-to-day life and allows you to be comfortable.
We don't need 'perfect' - none of us are - just ordinary women like you
and me who like to feel good about themselves.
Looking fabulous Mary - from the USA
I was a happy Spring from 1985 to 2009 with comments of 'vivid and bright' and lots of compliments until gray hair
crept in at 40. The Spring neutrals suddenly seemed a bit weak but after good
color matching my color became richer and it was crucial that I switch
to a Bright tonal palette to balance the contrast. So glad I found this
website, Pamela is the only one who gets it! The Bright chart is pure
color with a balance of warm/cool. I combine
warm and cool neutrals with bright colors, unusual combinations!
style is retro-Glam and Dramatic. The best examples of my style can be
seen in re-runs of "Mad Men." I've been wearing this look since my 20s. I
love hats, gloves and heels, Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dresses,
skirted suits and dresses on my job in Medical Sales.
Gloria has a blog: Pixieglolife.com...
I was told that
I'm a true Winter but wearing those bright clothes gives me migraine, just too intense. I'm just DEEP.
feels best as a natural I love nature and animals, it brings me peace... but when
I go out I am the life of the party and like to look striking. I'm
also very creative and spiritual.
Pamela says: This shows how an animal print can work well for Cool skins - no gingery shades the browns are almost 'greige'.
Ann's initial submission:
I'm mostly a stay at home artist except when I'm giving art classes. I would call my style smart casual.
At home it's jeans and a a top with some embellishment on it like embroidery or lace and when I'm teaching I throw on a jacket. I don't have much occasion for fancy going out wear. I do enjoy walking and sketching in the many parks in our area. I'm somewhat of a naturalist, and at these times it's jeans, t shirts and gym shoes.
But her style has developed:
been working on my style to personalize it since last time I submitted.
I've learned that medium value works best for me. Since I'm a work at
home person, I've learned that most of my clothes need to be casual. I
would call my style somewhat country. Here are a few recent pictures.
Pamela says: This is great Ann, you've really settled into those beautiful Muted colors which allows your natural coloring to look stronger.
Tish, USA writes:
I'm in my mid-fifties and teach high school in a hot, humid climate.
My challenge is to find clothes that are professional and on-trend, cool, and comfortable. I wear a lot of ankle pants and loose tops, which takes care of my problem areas. Add some cute shoes and statement jewelry, and I am good to go.
At home, though, it's ultra-casual!
Jan from Australia
writes: "Since I retired I've become a 'gym junkie' and having lost
weight now mainly buy active wear.
I have a few tailored trousers and
blouses when I need to be a little more dressy but just one dress in
my wardrobe bought for a wedding a couple of years ago - worn just the
Left: I'm wearing pink and appearing with 'Wonder Woman' for a breast cancer fund raising event.
Barbara is an interior designer in the USA
a business woman with a creative and demanding occupation, it clearly
shows how occupation and lifestyle influence her choice of clothes. When
meeting clients they buy the person as well as the talent.
"My style is a classy sophisticated look. I like designers like Channel and St. John"
This is me in my garden wearing the easy sort of clothes I feel comfortable in.
I don't really do fussy or prints because I like clean lines - that's possibly because I'm only 5ft 2in and too much detail appears to swamp me.
I wear trousers or jeans most of the time since I retired from fulltime work, although I enjoy wearing dresses in the warmer weather. I find that trousers or dresses make it easier for me to create the longer line I need for my petite pear shape rather than skirts.
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