I still enjoy posting every(ish) day. I love the writing and the photography. The actual clothes are just an excuse to be creative.
As I prepare to enter my 4th decade, I feel an obligation to represent the aging woman in the fashion and style blogosphere. Twenty-somethings are always going to look great in their Forever 21 pieces and skyscraper heels. The real trick is to dress an aging body and incorporate evolving style into an established wardrobe.
I also feel an increasing pressure to represent slow fashion. I want to role model environmentally friendly choices like secondhand clothing and ethically produced new pieces. I want to consume less, more consciously, and look good doing so.
I hope to inspire women to express their creativity, embrace their age, and make their world a better place for at least a few more years.
Vest, AC-3998 (cut from a thrifted jacket). Blouse, Newport News. Skirt, Talbots. Boots, Franco Sarto (consignment).
I think you’ll get to see this blouse and skirt a few more times.