When it comes to fashion for women over 60, it is possible to look great and feel comfortable? Is it possible to be casual, creative and stunning? Of course!
In this video, we will walk you through how to create a creative look that turns heads. Melanie Payge will also use our special guest, Anna Maria, to explain several fashion principles that all of us can apply.
Personally, I could watch this video over and over just to see Anna Maria's amazing personality and positivity shining through. Check out the video and you'll see what I mean!
What did you think of the casual and creative looks that Melanie helped to put together in this video? When it comes to fashion for women over 60, do you think that there are any guidelines that we should follow? Or, should we just do what feels right?
Please join the conversation!
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Good Lord Anna Maria is absolutely cute what a breath of fresh air, she looks stunningly fabulous! There aren't many 50 year olds that look as spry as she does I bet. Totally fashionable and fabulous not frumpy at all
I know I’m old fashioned but I think the black and white sundress was too bare for a woman in their sixties. No matter how good shape they are in. It looks undignified. You can be sleeveless and not bare. That’s just my opinion. Not being critical..I’m also in my 60s. Each age can dress appropriately for their time in life you don’t lose a thing by covering up just a little and you don’t look like you’re trying too hard to look young.
This woman was awesome, but listening to the stylist I see why some women think there is nothing positive about themselves. She is so negative in her analysis--as though women who are 68 are half dead. The model embraces her beauty--and it radiates--too bad the stylist is not well trained in field. In fact, I kept thinking the stylist should undergo a makeover.
Interesting content and I like the opportunity to practice my Italian :-) I suggest working on the videography skills. Full length body shots would be appropriate, so we can see the whole outfit in one go. Stop cutting off the presenter's head. Presenter doesn't seem to know where to look...
This lady looks fantastic and has a fantastic attitude . Look how she holds her head up high ! That's being proud of who she is and that's a lesson in itself that we should all copy ! It's not about calling out flaws .
She looked great in every outfit! I'm younger than she is and I have a turkey neck....so unfair! ha ha I liked that the outfits you showed were still stylish and not frumpy like so many others like to show. Just because we are aging doest mean we don't still like to look current and stylish. Thanks!
AnnaMaria looks younger than the other two. She should try wearing colourful ruffled jersey wrap dresses with short or long sleeves, show off her legs, and the wrap style would flatter her figure and cover what needs hiding. She looks fabulous and given her cheerful personality and amazing disposition, she should be wearing better clothes and therefore have a much larger budget. You're amazing AnnaMaria!
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