The trouble some weeks is not so much coming up with what to wear, it's coming up with the time and lighting to take decent pictures. True story!
I like this shade of pink with my coloring. I've worn it all my life, and I'm still wearing it. I've read several articles that say pink, or bright pink, or sometimes even all bright, saturated colors become less flattering or "too young" on women as we age, and that most of us will need to start wearing pastel versions of colors as we get into our forties and fifties.
I predict there's gonna be another broken fashion rule in my future.
A woman, regardless of her age, should wear things that make her feel pretty and vibrant. She should, rather than selecting her wardrobe around covering up the "problems" aging brings about, choose styles and colors that compliment and flatter the features she loves best about herself.
And I choose to wear this shade of pink because it plays up the blue in my eyes and softens and illuminates my skin so that it seems to glow. So there!
In the PINK, and Proud of It
Oh WOW. Do you not just want to reach into this picture and jerk my sweater down in the front? I SURE DO!
Sweater - Ann Taylor, from way back before Ann Taylor spawned LOFT.
Floral shirt - J. Crew Perfect Shirt, thrifted
Braided belt - Thrifted
Skinny jeans - Land's End
Boots - Audrey Brook
Necklaces - Gold with pearl pendant: Charming Charlie, string of pearls: gifted
Hair - A sock bun. Easiest style ever! Have you tried it yet?
I will be linking this post to What I Wore Wednesday at The Pleated Poppy.