Advanced Style is a fashion blog with older women as the focus.
It is a peek at chic older women who have amazing and I do mean amazing, style.
The women that are focused here are extremely well turned out confident women who have not "given up"
or resigned to spend their elder years in polyester pull on pants, baggy tops and sensible "old lady footwear".
They are putting themselves "out there" and getting noticed.
I applaud their energy and enthusiasm and admire the joy that they bring to their everyday round.
Go and check it out and see what you think...you might be inspired to add a flash of colour or some big chunky jewelry to your ensemble.
Things are ticking along slowly here in The Humble Bungalow.
Life does have a wee bit of routine...
home keeping, shopping, cooking, gardening, and blogging.
Many of my friends are away on holiday right now so I am feeling more alone than usual.
It's good to be alone once in awhile...a lot of reflection and deep thought can be had.
At work, coworker friendships are comfortable, easy and fall into a happy rhythm.
Rather like a work family.
I do miss that daily contact when school is out over the summer.
Lucky for me that Pepper thrives on attention!
(and the fact that I have many great books just waiting to be read.)
The garden roses have been dead headed and the foxgloves desperately need pulling.
There are no blooms left, just straw coloured stalks waving in the breeze...
saying goodbye for now...
see you in a couple of years.
Same time same place
another great display of their unfailing beauty.
Those reliable and stalwart performers never let me down.
I desperately need glasses to read
am blind as a bat these days!
scared silly of Laser surgery
so I must get some hip and trendy specs.
I am leaning to tortoise shell or black
possibly larger frames
perhaps a chic pair
like Ines de la Fressange wears
at the Roger Vivier website.
I am currently reading Kate Morton's House at Riverton.
The lovely commenter Gretchen, suggested that I try her books
and I am happy to say that I have bought all 3 of her novels!
Thank you Gretchen!
What books are you reading these days?
If you join in on your "Views from the Sink" from last Wednesday's post
please send me a link so that I can put them on my blog.