Welcome to a fun collaboration with Jennifer of A Well Styled Life and Pam of over50feeling40.  We desire for all of us… the fabulous women over 50 …to look and feel our best each and every day.  After years of blogging for this audience, we have heard from so many of you about your discouragement and despondency when you look in the mirror every morning.  But, we both know just how transformative style can be, and hope to encourage you right here each week.  We want to see all of us empowered with strength, joy, and confidence

I know many of us get behind American businesses and love to discover new American talent to give our support.  I am here today to introduce you to new American Designer, LISA BAYNE, of ARTFUL HOME.  She is one clothing designer proud to say her designs are made in the USA…and perfect for women over 50!

I am so in love with this MAYA TUNIC DESIGNED BY LISA BAYNE for winter wear and find it perfect for an evening at home by the fire with my husband or to wear as we go to a local cafe for a warm cup of coffee. The fabric is luscious…so soft; yet, heavy and definitely for cold days and nights.  It is one of those foundation pieces worth the investment, because you will wear it over and over again, and styled in so many different ways.  Bayne designed the tunic for a flattering fit.  It is a perfect fall and winter piece for warmth, comfort, and confidence.

Lisa is one of several American designers who have designs made here and offered by ARTFUL HOME.  This is where I go for creativity, quality, and unique, confident style.  It feeds the artistic side of me and her tunic would look amazing with one of their SCARVES or NECKLACES which you will not see anywhere else.  Spend some time with Artful Home to appreciate the masterpieces.

Now, let’s go see what JENNIFER OF A WELL STYLED LIFE is wearing for her American designer today. 

Does “made in the USA” matter to you?

Have a fabulous week!


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Disclaimer:  I was compensated for this post, but the words are my own!

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