I found these two articles about making a (style) change later in life very inspiring:
- “A new start after 60: ‘I always wanted my own clothing brand — at 71 I got it’.“
- “‘I went from basic to flamboyant overnight!’ The people who transformed their style — in their 50s, 60s, and 70s.“
Fab Links from Our Members
Lana has been playing with the Swatches app: “It’s free and great for anyone who likes inspiration to make palettes from photos and create outfits from them.”
Like Lana, Jorja has been playing with colours for Spring/Summer capsules. She got some great inspiration from this post on capsule wardrobe colours.
Suntiger directs us to the Vivienne Files with outfit ideas for the Pantone colours for Autumn/Winter 2022-2023.
“How Kibbe body types became an internet obsession.” Nuancedream says: I’ve never fallen down the rabbit hole of the Kibbe body type system, but it is interesting. Even if I knew my Kibbe body type, I would still Do My Own Thing.
Runcarla lets us know that Vogue identified the return of the silk foulard as a street style trend at the Paris fashion shows this month.
Mary Beth asks if colour analysis is limiting your style. Toronto-based image consultant Christie Ressel discusses how having your own colour story can be freeing.