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Fashion for the Maturing Woman
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I was reading a fashion blog for the 40 plus woman and the blogger was talking about Brenda Blethyn who stars in a British detective series, Vera. DCI Vera Stanhope is a solitary, obsessed, caustic, brilliant investigator, and a bit disheveled; think female Columbo. The blogger went on to discuss the brilliant way in which […]

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The Most Fashionable Museum Exhibitions
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The most fashionable museum exhibitions from around the world will delight you and give you an appreciation of the clothes you wear today. Several years ago while living in El Paso, the local Natural History Museum put on an exhibit of Fashion in the Last 50 Years. I went and was entranced and ever since […]

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The Plus-Size Fashion Myth
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The plus-size fashion myth has been all about shape – not any longer. And this is good news for crossdressers and transgender women, most of whom fall into the plus-size category. For as long as there’s been plus-size women’s clothing, there’s been a plus-size stigma attached to it. Retailers hide the clothes, sizes 14 and […]

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Fall Fashion Trends That Will Speak To You
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I’m usually a critic of fashion trends because they tend to be too many without any real sense of style, yet this fall appears to be different. If one thing stands out for Fall and Winter fashion clothing 2015-16 for women, it’s Big and Bold which has shoved its way to the forefront of current […]

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The Wrap Dress – Always Appropriate and Still Sexy
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Couture designer Diane von Furstenberg’s most famous creation, the wrap dress, continues to reign supreme as one of the most flattering fashion pieces ever If ever there was a dress for all bodies, all sizes, and all ages, this is it. The famous wrap dress is now more than 40 years old! That is a […]

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11 Secrets to a Stylish Look
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Have you ever looked at another woman and thought ‘I’d do anything to look as stylish as her’? My wife and I were sitting in the mall discussing the dress of the mall shoppers and only 1 in 10 did she consider stylish. Stylish seems to be such an elusive thing and yet you know […]

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A Woman’s Dilemma – What To Wear
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Every woman’s dilemma…what should I wear.  Have you ever stood in front of your closet, worried about what you’re choosing to wear because you know that no matter what you pick, someone will have an opinion about it? And as it’s generally known that women dress for other women (do cross-dressers dress for other cross-dressers?) […]

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13 Tips To Hide Your Tummy
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As a mature t-girl who came out later in life, with a maturing male body faced with middle-age spread, I spend a lot of time trying to do what most women do, hide those features that I don’t like.  And that somewhat protruding tummy really makes it tough to project a suave image of a […]

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Be Naughty – Wear a Skirt
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On one of  my  infrequent outings, I was planning on wearing my LBD (little black dress) with pearls, but it was a bit muggy here that day (after all it is summer-like in the Yucatan, even in March) and the dress was polyester…a fabric that doesn’t breathe at all. So in keeping with my theme […]

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Notorious Looks That Changed Fashion Forever
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Adapted from WhoWhatWear One could look at the major fashion shows each year and legitimately claim that all fashion is a risk but looking back in time, there are a few iconic moments in history that required major sartorial nerve. Most fashion moments don’t last but these trends have stood the test of time and […]

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Black is Back
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There’s been a trend lately to push away from basic black, not that the little black dress is going somewhere, but the fashionistas often press alternative colors; blues, greys and other neutrals, I think because black has been the go-to color for so long that they were looking for options. There’s some merit to this […]

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Fashion Forward Looks for 2015
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All the fashion magazines have their looks for the new year. Some are retreads from the runways, some come from the fashion bloggers, others are continuations from past decades but you’ll need to shift through them and adapt them to your personal style Sometimes I wonder if these editors ever look in the mirror because […]

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How To Accessorize for your Neck Length
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Why do you care? Because the right neckline with the right earrings and the right necklaces, based on your neck length, will add balance and give you a flattering look. Not doing so will create just the opposite effect. Learning these techniques is not rocket science so with the help of Imogene of the Insideoutblog, […]

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Fashion Rules That Knowing Women Always Follow
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Republished from the Daily Worth Forget Lengthy Beauty Rituals We talk about IQ and EQ, but what about your AQ? Aesthetic intelligence, particularly when it comes to the visual aspects of your identity, reflects your ability to pick up social cues and communicate effectively. It’s no coincidence that knowing women rarely look disheveled. Taking care […]

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Reese Witherspoon – Lessons from a Style Icon
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You may think of her as that silly blonde-headed girl in Legally Blonde, but she is an Oscar-winning actress and a successful producer of several films. Reese has been absolutely killing it in designer dresses at fancy CFDA/Vogue affairs and movie premieres as well as in real life street style. She wears color with aplomb […]

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Fashion Comes Around and the Law of Style
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Fashion is influenced by events, economies, and attitudes. Each decade reflects a different emphasis on hair and clothes, masculinity and femininity. For example, Japanese motifs greatly influenced the first two decades of the 20th century. In the 1920s, Coco Chanel’s garçonne look was all the rage. WWII led to fabric rationing, which meant straighter skirts […]

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