As the temperatures climb into the eighties during most afternoons, I am starting to wear more tunics.
One of my all-time favorite looks for warm weather is a long, swingy lightweight tunic. By adding a long necklace, I am breaking up the expanse of my middle visually with the deep V created by the necklace. The subtle print of this tunic also moves the eye over that area without stopping on my trouble spots. When wearing a print, always be mindful where the blocks of color and pattern land on your body. The wrong placement can actually draw the eye to a problem area.
The necklace is by French Kande. The fabulous subtle geometric print cold shoulder tunic is by Clara Sunwoo via ShopmyFairLady. The white pull on pants are by Tribal via Body Language by Connie.
I almost always wear a statement bracelet or watch and sometimes even layer on three different pieces on the same wrist with a three-quarter length sleeve. This fantastic bracelet is from French Kande.
The ring is just a bit of fun bling I picked up at some forgotten place in my travels. The clutch is old from T.J.Maxx. The sunglasses are by Michael Kors. The shoes are old favorites by Calvin Klein.
I took my camera with me on one of my walks this week so that I could share some of the beauty of springtime in my neighborhood with you.
I hope that you are enjoying the tummy hiding tips I am sharing with you on the blog this week. There will be a few more tips tomorrow, but honestly, if you study my all looks you will notice that I always try to downplay that area of my body.
Facebook has some real issues this week. Administrators have been unable to log on to any of our pages to post updates or answer questions for the past two days. I apologize for that. I will do so as soon as I can log on to the Fifty, not Frumpy page.
Thank you for joining us on this journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!
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