Style inspiration

Fashion over 50. Inspiration and tips on how to dress well over 50. How to adapt current trends, shop your closet and use accessories to update an outfit.

How to wear pastel  shades for Autumn

How to wear pastel shades …

As I am sure you are aware that this season the colour pendulum has swung firmly over into the warm category. There is an abundance of yellows, rusts, oranges, khakis and browns in the shops at the moment, As you…

View Post
The versatile cardigan

The versatile cardigan

I love cardigans, long or short. At what length you choose to wear your cardigans will depend on your height. Personally, I like my cardigans to cover my bum and stomach area. Cardigans make great in-between season additions to our…

View Post
How to introduce checks to your Autumn wardrobe

How to introduce checks to …

I thought that I would talk today about how to introduce checks to your Autumn wardrobe.  Checks and plaids started as a trend last Spring and have continued to gather momentum. My best advice if you are a bit reticent about…

View Post
Hope Fashion has created a modern confident feminine collection

Hope Fashion has created a …

This season Hope Fashion has created a modern confident feminine collection. It is definitely one of my go-to brands for comfortable easy to wear clothes. I have great admiration for Nayna Mcintosh who founded Hope Fashion three years ago. Each season…

View Post
Animal prints to suit different colourings

Animal prints to suit different …

Animal prints to suit different colourings You may well have been inundated with posts on the animal print trend. They are arguably the most popular trend this season. Animals of all varieties are prowling the streets and invading our wardrobes…

View Post

STAY IN TOUCH

Sign up for new posts from Chic At Any Age

SUBSCRIBE

And don’t worry, you can unsubscribe at anytime.

Disclaimer: Products featured on Chicatanyage sometimes (but not always) include affiliate links. This means that a small referral commission may be paid. This contributes to the cost of maintaining this blog. Chicatanyage could not exist without these small payments so thank you for your contribution.