I live in a wonderful place where “Spring” jackets can be worn nine months of the year (we have no “summer jackets” in the sub-tropics, just tank tops and sandals). But the fabulous over-40 women of this week’s Visible Monday brought the style, in their various Spring toppers:
Go floral and complement Nature’s beauty. Natalia of In The Writer’s Closet looks dreamy in a floral coat with three-quarter sleeves. She blends with Nature and stands out at the same time, in her colorful style.
When it’s still winter but your jacket needs a fresh look. Tiina of Elegance Revisited lives in Finland and England – Finland in this pic. She wrote that she’s well and good tired of her winter jackets. So she added a studded belt to this one and got a whole new look. Except for that snow, that snow’s been there a while.
Go classic and classy in simple navy. Sue of High Heels In The Wilderness looks terrific in a Moncler anorak. It’s smart against her Spring whites and she informed us that anoraks are totally the “it” jackets this year. Sue left this one behind, as she’s looking for more of a trench coat, but I like this casual classic look.
A cozy long cardigan is a super transition piece. Shelbee of Shelbee On the Edge needs a coat, standing out in that white stuff! But what do I know living here in tee-shirt land? She chose a year-round topper, a trustworthy long navy cardigan. Love the cardigan over a Spring dress!
Go all shiny, and dazzle your fans. Melanie of Bag And A Beret always amazes with her original, personal style. This silver paillette jacket is brilliant with her vintage flares and sunglasses. And as per always, everything is thrifted or created by Mel.
Always right: a Chanel-style jacket. Gail of Is This Mutton chose a timeless tweed jacket in Spring white. The pearls complement it perfectly, and Gail can wear this anywhere. It looks super-fresh and Spring-y with her dotted skirt here.
Stay fabulous and as warm as you need to, xox,
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