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See my fashion over 40 doesn’t exclude bold color

Fashion over 40 wearing bold colors

Forget about sludge brown and co

The times are over when women over 40 were supposed to wear just neutrals like sludge brown, navy, gray, and when it came to tops muted pastels. My late mom very often told my sister and me that her grandma, our great-grandma was often slammed for wearing bold colors over 80. She explained that over 40 women weren’t supposed to wear any bold colors in the 50s and 60s. Thanks goodness, these times are over. See how I wore my beloved bold colors today.

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midlife woman wearing bold colors
Oliveo striped leather skirt with GNW tight, Hermes collier de chien bangle, Harley Davidson booties, dyed Ann Taylor sweater (all own) and layering top c/o Adea
mature woman in statement leather skirt
Back view on the above work outfit with Oliveo striped leather skirt, GNW tight, Hermes collier de chien cuff, Harley Davidson studded booties, dyed Ann Taylor sweater (all own) and layering top c/o Adea to show the statement brass zipper
over 50 woman wearing turquoise for work
Side view of above outfit with Oliveo straight skirt, GNW tight, Hermes enamel bangle, dyed Ann Taylor sweater (all own) and layering turtleneck top c/o Adea
mature woman in color blocked leather skirt
Zoom-in on the sweater and skirt
jewelry for mature women High Latitude Style
Zoom-in on the necklace

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Photos: G. Kramm

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