Style Tips & Fun with Fashion, over 40.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

5 Inspiring and Funny Links!


I wanted to share with you 5 Articles and videos that have inspired (or amused) me this month.
Let me know what you think!

1. How to dress well on a budget


I am always inspired by Justine, despite that fact that our styles are totally different and sometimes I don't agree with her!
She always talks frankly and without trying to please the masses.
In this video she gives some great tips for avoiding fast fashion and dressing well on a budget.

2. Occasion makeup for older women

This is an old video from Lisa Eldridge but the makeup is classic and perfect for this time of year.
Check it out if you have an event coming up.

3. Check out these 30 (over 40) bloggers you should know.

Get some over 40 style inspiration from some of these fab bloggers!

4. Fed up of all the bad news?

I don't know about you, but the constant doom gloom and despair that is the news these days can really get me down.
Having said that, I certainly don't  want to bury my head in the sand and ignore current affairs.
However,  every now and then a little bit of silliness, compassion or 'good' news can lift our spirits.
Check out this page of good news if you need a little boost!

5.  Just for fun

This compilation of funny videos is full of stupidity and silliness.
Utterly pointless, yes, but some of them made me laugh out loud!
What is it about people falling over that is so funny?




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4 comments

  1. Justine Leconte is a gem. She posts twice a week. She has a soothing voice, and a straightforward style that's a pleasure to watch. I've picked up many tips from her.

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    1. She's great isn't she?
      I don't share her style but appreciate her perspective and LOVE her voice!
      XXX

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  2. I watched that video by Justine Leconte, I will admit I had no idea who she was.

    The only thing I agreed with was her first point about fast fashion. I also find it strange that people focus on the people making the clothes rather than the depletion of the world's resources. The amount of resources that clothing manufacturing consumes is horrifying.

    I strongly disagree with all of her other points. To each their own.

    bisous
    Suzanne
    http://www.suzannecarillo.com

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    1. Thank you for your honest opinion Suzanne.
      I suppose a lover of vintage has no need for these tips... especially plain over pattern! Hahahaha...not likely!
      XXX

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