Thursday, February 12, 2015

Day 1954 - Middle Aged Styling #OOTD #fashionoverforty

It's time for some more Deep Fried Styling! 


Today's outfit is all about keeping thinss bright and colourful and feeling like summer as you head off for a day at work, a client, a business meeting or a lunch.  Anything really!



I am particularly loving this outfit because I bought the dress over  year ago and it was very snug and a little risque. Since my big health and fitness kick it's now fitting me like a dream! Woot!!


The dress is from Target and from memory was around $40. it is fully lined with shoulder pads and a back zip.   It falls just above the knee on me.

The handbag is a Sash & Belle from their launch range last year. They have a bunch of fantastic bags in wonderful colours in either leather (around $90 each) or faux leather (around $50).  This one is faux leather and I get comments on it everywhere I go.  You can still buy this particular style in black from their sale stock for $30.

The shoes are Condura that I picked up many years ago from a boutique in Noosa. They were only $20 and have stood the test of time (so to speak).


I've been using the Olay Regenerist tone perfecting treatment on my Deep Fried face to try and get a handle on some of my tone imperfections.  It feels lovely on the skin and while ever I'm using it at least I'm feeling like I might be turning back the aging process.

The Max Factor Face Finity Primer is fantastic and I'll do a whole blog post about that on its own.

Key necklace from Colette Hayman for around $8 on sale.

The earrings are part of the Miglio range.

The ring is from Naieve Funky Costumer Jewellery in Bateman's Bay and cost $15.

Lipstick can be found in the Estee Lauder Pure Colour range and is Melon Shimmer. It's long lasting and the colour is awesome.  As I walked out the door Husband said "I like your lipstick" which is a pretty good testimonial I guess.



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