Showing posts with label Senior Style. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Senior Style. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The Comedy Classic

We spent the weekend at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina for their 27th annual comedy classic weekend.





On the first evening, I wore a colorful sheer lace back duster over a black mesh hem layering tank and black straight leg slacks. The duster is the same one I modeled a few weeks ago on this blog post. All items including the necklace are from Chico's.




The suede pumps are from Saks Off 5th.





The Inn has two fireplaces in the great hall which are large enough to stand in.



This was the view from our room on the top floor of the original part of the Inn.

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The giveaway is now over.

Congratulations to Connie Phelps from Illinois! She is the winner of a top of her choice from Covered Perfectly
Below, I am wearing the V-Neck style.




The giveaway is sponsored by Covered Perfectly. You can save 20% on up to two items when you shop with Covered Perfectly with this discount code FNF20.

Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!

Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Wear It Wednesday, Get Dressed

On a recent weekend getaway, we stayed at the Crowne Plaza Hotel as we normally do when we go to Knoxville.



This is a really lovely and rather pricey hotel with a very professional staff. The rooms and public spaces are decorated very nicely.



On Sunday morning we dressed to go down to the hotel restaurant to have tea and enjoy the breakfast buffet which includes a large variety of fresh fruits.




When we walked in, the host asked if we were going to church. A bit puzzled, we said no, just to breakfast. As I looked around the packed restaurant there was at least one person at each table wearing a ball cap... while eating. We quickly realized that some people were still in pajama bottoms with a sweat shirt thrown on for a top. One woman didn't even have on shoes, just dirty white socks! 

Men walked in before their female partners and just sat down whether she was seated or not. What happened to manners and getting dressed before going out in public? I am sad to see that people don't seem to know or care that you should get dressed in actual clothes before going out in public especially if you are going out to eat in a nice restaurant. 

You may say that it is more important to be comfortable in your jeans and tee. Keep in mind that is what I am wearing here... jeans and a tee.



The dark rinse jeggings are from Chico's. I wore them with a black long sleeve tee from Kohl's. The vintage St. John Country jacket was given to me by my dear friend Mitzi. The calf hair d'Orsay animal print shoes are by Sam Edelman via Nordstrom.




Thank you for joining Mr. Mickey and me on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!

Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.

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