Wow…this week went super fast! It is already time for Would You Wear It with me and my friend Jennifer! Can’t believe it…this is the day we bring you fashion displays we have discovered around town which makes us wonder what you would think of the looks. All you need to do is give the displays careful consideration and with constructive comments tell us if you would or would not wear what you see. Make sure you explain your answers in ways that will help other women who may be considering if the styles would work for them.
You do not have to comment on all three in the display above….it is perfectly fine to just do one, but be clear as to which of the mannequins you are scrutinizing. So, ladies, look my display over and tell us
WOULD YOU WEAR IT?????
then next enter the giveaway!
Make sure you have entered my giveaway for two readers to win $35 gift cards for SHEEC socks…the best socks for flats I have experienced! Read the GIVEAWAY post here and make sure you enter today. Two readers will win by the end of next week.
TIME FOR ANOTHER READER’S STYLE ADJECTIVES AND INSPIRATION
Over 50 Feeling 40 readers have been sending their style adjectives since the first of 2020. These are five messages they would like to send with their clothing whenever they get dressed. It has been fun to put together slideshows just for them in order to inspire the reader with all that can be done with their own personal style messages. If anyone would like to do this, I would love for you to send me your five adjectives at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add you to the list.
Today, I hope the slideshow will inspire Beth and women like her. Beth desires to communicate that she is classic, polished, interesting, current, and intelligent. A great list! Putting the adjectives classic and interesting together made it more fun and more challenging. So, Beth, this is for you………………………………..
Now, make sure you go by A Well Styled Life and tell Jennifer what you think of her fashion displays. Have fun with it, learn from it and enjoy!
KEEP SMILING, EVERYONE!
By Pamela Lutrell