What I Wore

black and white ballet flats

Today I will show you 4 remixes of clothes you have seen before, but the outfits are different. This is just to show you how a versatile wardrobe can help you mix & match and create various new looks.

First there is my old A-line skirt from Zara. It’s been in my closet for a while and I find it an easy casual skirt for errands. Very easy to combine with both neutral and brighter tops. Here it is combined with my favorite red Alldressedup top that I have showed you several times before on the site. [click to continue…]

mustard alldressedup top and black sheer skirt

As I mentioned before in my article on the sheer trend for summer 2013, sheer was everywhere on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris. So why wait and let’s just wear it straight away. And as I will show you today there is no reason women over 40 cannot indulge in this trend.

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how to wear crocs

I recently got invited to a Crocs event, which came at a perfect time for me, as I was in due need of a new pair of Crocs for myself. Why would a stylish 40+ women want to have Crocs you may wonder? Good question. I think Crocs are great for certain situations. They tend to be my go-to shoes on the beach, on a holiday or when I quickly step out for a quick errand. The slipper crocs that I had were worn out and somehow only one of them made it back from my trip to Europe!

Crocs can be great shoes for many casual, and now even chicer, occassions when you just want to be comfortable and don’t want to worry that your shoes will get dirty or wet. [click to continue…]

how to dress for creative black tie

I was invited to the launch of Bedat watches at a local shopping mall Wisma Atria here in Singapore and the dress code was: “Creative black tie”. So what to wear? Mind you, the setting of this event was not going to be a big ball room but right in the middle of a luxury shopping centre. I decided to stick to the ‘black tie’ dressing code and opted for a long silk skirt. Combining the skirt with a simple silk top would still make it ‘casual’ enough for the setting of the event and incorporating the latest blue and black trend.

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