I don’t go to the Mall very often, because so many of the offerings look identical. But it’s always a snap to find stylish, beautiful women over 40 in the blogo-sphere. Just check out the grown-up women below in cold-weather outfits and accessories, for chic inspiration:
Go retro in the snow. The always stunning Vix of Vintage Vixen is brilliant in the fresh snow, wearing a vintage (naturally!) Welsh cape, vintage sheepskin hat and high-heeled Wellington boots. Her vibrant gloves and tights are icing (heh) on the frosty cake.
Elegant and chic in a warmer climate. Susan of Une Femme D’Un Certain Age lives in Southern California, and her winters are similar to ours here in Florida. Susan combines a long velvet duster with a silk/cashmere scarf, released-hem jeans and booties, and looks rocker-chic.
Animal prints, and the color of the year. Fabulous redhead Jessica of Elegantly Dressed And Stylish also lives in a mild climate, and dresses beautifully for cool days. Here’s she’s wearing a Karina dress in the 2018 Pantone color of the year: regal purple. She’s warmed by a faux fur leopard jacket and classic dark hose.
Wrapped up and cozy. Natalia of In The Writer’s Closet looks toasty in a wool/alpaca/mohair plaid coat, knit hat and Born boots. Love the bold scarf and sunglasses for a complete cozy and colorful look.
Go mad for plaid. Kirsten of The LIFB Issue deals with a fresh layer of snow in a colorful mixed plaid outfit. A quilted down vest and GAP knit beanie keep her warm. Kirsten takes the cute-and-practical route for footwear with her red Hunter boots.
Stay fabulous and warm, and see you at the new “Easy does it” Visible Monday,
Reminder: Visible Monday starts Sunday around 5PM. You are invited to share your favorite outfit, accessory, hairstyle or lipstick of the week – anything that made you feel Visible. Be there for the best blogger party and the finest style on the webz!
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