An incredibly generous gift. I am enjoying it, too. It is a change from carrying a backpack for sure, LOL! I feel like a grown up for a change. At 60 plus.

Hey, I got carded in Seattle -- that seems to be a thing there. For all ages.

Olivegreen, that is interesting. you associate me with colour. I do love colour, but honestly, mostly I wear blue and white with some grey. If you looked in my closet you would see waves of blues. Blue is both neutral (navy/ denim) AND colour (brighter blues) in my closet! So this is pretty typical for me.

Sharan, Bijou, Suntiger, Dee, Slim cat, Lana, ANewMindset, Star -- thank you!

Gorgeous ... Love the pattern and texture mix.

Wow Suz,those jeans are phenomenal on you!You look gorgeous.

Suz, you are a sight for sore eyes. Love the jeans with the white boots.

Suz, those jeans are gorgeous on you. I love the way you have styled them. Beautiful.

Every time you post that scarf I am hit with regret for passing on the top I had in that print . I honestly can’t remember why I didn’t like it.

Lisa, I really wish I still had the blouse, too!! I let it go because of the style (it was kind of long on me, TBH) -- too much of a tunic and too long even for that. But I mean, I could easily have had it hemmed, for heaven's sake. I really liked it otherwise! It was poly, so maybe its wearable season was also too short in Ontario (or Winnipeg) -- that would be an issue. On the west coast it would work longer.

I wonder if Janet still has the short sleeved or sleeveless top in the same print. We should write to H&M and tell them to make it again. It's quite versatile, too -- works with burgundy, lavender and lilac, earth tones (because of the gold), white, navy, most other blues.

Style Fan, Approprio, Cardiff Girl, Helena -- thanks!

I had the short sleeved version .

Right. Maybe it was the sleeve style...I just wish I hadn't been so quick to donate that. And glad I kept the scarf.

Love the wide jeans on you and just right with the tweed jacket!

Wow!! Perfection. I really like the wide leg jeans and so happy to see the longer length on you.

Beautiful texture and pattern mix, fabulous silhouette (those jeans are amazing!), and delightful, special new Furla bag from the Handbag Fairy :). You look wonderful, Suz!

Love it all !!

Stunning in every way!

So glad to see this! I've been working to create new silhouettes with wider leg pants and I've been struggling a bit. It's nice to see it done so well on the forum!

I'm encourage to see you wearing the jeans with rounded toe boots -- I keep thinking I must choose pointed or almond toes, but your white boots look great! (And I've been eyeing that Breton top for a month on J. Crew's website).

Beth Ann, thank you -- so nice to see you post! I'd love to see your developing outfits with wider legs! They'd look glam on you.

The boots actually have a square toe, not round -- but I do wear with rounded or almond toes, too. And I'll also wear with sandals when the weather warms up. I don't think you need a pointed toe for these. They do work with pointed boots but a chunkier boot with a bit of a platform (or a flatform sandal or espadrille) gives it a 70s or a 90s retro vibe that works, to my eye.

Thanks, CocoLion -- so good to see you post! And Gail, Jonesy, JP, Jaime!

Gorgeous. I love, love, love those jeans on you.

Late to this party, but must say that you look just wonderful, Suz! You pull off wide leg jeans every time. Such a creative and fun look.

Hah, think I know who was the previous owner of that Furla bag, how sweet:-) YL a F "grown up" for that/any change!:-)