Happy Thursday, ladies! Back in Athens and back to our regular program over here on the blog. We've spent the last few weeks prepping for Spring, and today is no different. I'm going through 5 Spring essentials every woman should own.
Today, I'm highlighting
with the most controversial always being the mighty jumpsuit! (Maybe this year, I'll change some of your minds.)
I've pulled in a ton of inspiration outfits to get you ready for the inevitable wardrobe rotation that is about to commence!
Today's featured item is the graphic tee, styled 5 ways
The outfits I've modeled are all old, but I've put together similars for each
For each outfit, I've put together budget alternatives, a new feature we're trying out
My top 10 graphic tees for Spring 2022 are at the end of the post, so don't miss them!
Double denim can get a bad rap. But your choice in footwear, handbag, and jewelry can take it over the top!
Regardless if you're a double denim fan like me, a denim jacket is an absolute must for Spring. A timeless classic, it will never go out of style. And it's obviously perfect for layering on those Spring days when the temps can be a bit wonky.
It’s just about time to throw on some self-tanner on our legs and slip into a skirt. An A-line skirt is flattering on everyone. When it’s time to be fun and flirty, a skirt is my go-to wardrobe essential.
I'm really looking forward to shedding my sweaters in favor of tees. Keep the neutrals on hand with white, gray, and black in a crewneck, v-neck, scoop neck, or bateau neck.
But don't forget stripe tees, especially this time of year. And definitely add whimsy to your wardrobe with a graphic tee. They look fantastic underneath cardigans, jean jackets, and moto jackets.
Spring jackets are a must-have, not only for warmth but for style. Y’all know I love me a good moto jacket and have featured them countless times over the years.
Moto jackets are classic, trendy, and always on point. what a lovely departure from denim jackets or raincoats.
Yes, there will be more than one objection to a jumpsuit, like a trip to the loo… But if you build in a bit more time, that problem is easily solved.
One reason I absolutely adore jumpsuits is that it’s just like a dress; they’re one and done. No need to muss and fuss with coordinating color schemes that separates can challenge us with.
Plus, jumpsuits are ever so chic and comfortable. Jazz them up with accessories or dress them down with sneakers. There are endless opportunities with a jumpsuit.
This morning, Kelly shared her travel outfit and new luggage from our recent river cruise. Click the title or image below to read the article.
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
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I’m a 72 year old Aussie and have followed you for a few years. I love your outfit ideas and variations which inspire me to be more fashion-courageous-outrageous and just a touch rampageous 😂
I envy you what seems to be your huge clothing collection and am delighted to see you’ve included some old favourites – I’m really into shopping my closet (or wardrobe, as we call it).
Thanks for your hard yakka.
I’m so happy to hear you’re finding inspiration! Thanks so much for stopping by.
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