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Producing fashion events is one of the most fun aspects of my job, so when the folks at The Studio, Danville asked me to coordinate their Spring Social and Fashion Show for members and guests, I jumped at the opportunity. I’m especially excited about the theme…”FABULOUS AFTER FORTY”!
“Is this outfit too young for me?”
“I think I look like my mother!”
“How do I choose which trends are right for me?”
Learn how to solve the challenges that women 40+ face with their wardrobes at a fun and informative fashion event! We’ll talk about tips for dressing appropriately (while still looking youthful and current), and how to down-play your not-so-favorite body parts, while focusing on the parts about which you feel great! We’ll also look at the 2015 spring trends, and discuss how to interpret them into wearable looks that project your personal style with confidence!
Want Your Career to SIZZLE?
Stop by this FREE career-boosting OPEN HOUSE brought to you by the
Savvy Business Women’s Network, a local networking group.
The OPEN HOUSE will feature the following:
- professional head shots
- wardrobe consultations
- resume refreshing tips
Tuesday, August 5, 2014 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Take it from someone who spends a lot of time on her feet (me!), if you don’t wear shoes that are supportive, your feet will ache like crazy! Shoes with arch support and a cushion heel will allow you to function without foot pain! Check out these stylish options:
For the 50+ woman, projecting her best personal style may be a struggle. The buzz is all about “anti-aging”…particularly in skincare and fashion. Well, I’m “pro-aging”! When you think about it…if you’re not aging, then you’re dead, right? The reality is that while you’re getting older, gravity is taking a toll, “muffin tops” are popping out, and a woman’s internal thermometer may be running on the warm (bordering on the hot and sweaty) side. So, let’s tweak our thinking a bit–perhaps less about looking young, and more about looking appropriate and relevant. Not a problem when the art of dressing a “grown-up” woman is mastered. Some Do’s and Don’ts to consider: