See what you liked and loved to read in May

midlife woman looking chic in a casual Friday work outfit
London Jeans boyfriend white denim jeans with GNW cardigan worn as sweater, Chanel belt, and Puma sneakers (all own)

May, the nicest month weather-wise in the Interior, is already over. Only 19 days left and days shorten again. Who likes that except our friends on the southern hemisphere! Ok, let’s be fair to them. We still have June and July before winter here in Alaska. ūüėČ

Anyhow, it’s time for recap, the series many of my readers look forward to.

Most read posts

The most visited links were.

Dress for Success – Mother’s Day
ladylike playful vs. tough girl outfit VS leather bomber with Loft tropical print skirt, GNW Luxe sweater, Salvatore Ferragamo pumps, Jaeger tote, and DIY belt (all own)
How mosquitoes balance a lot of beef
midlife woman in casual outfit London Jeans white denim boyfriend jeans with Brooks Brothers sweater, Jacket Society motorcycle jacket, Jaeger tote, Ralph Lauren pumps and DIY pendant necklace (all own)

Most liked posts

The posts that received the most likes were

What 500 posts taught me

midlife woman in striped leather skirt Front view of striped leather skirt with DIY statement necklace, GNW sweater, Christian Louboutin pumps, and Tissot watch (all own)

Avoid rocky blogging mistakes – social mediamature woman in skirt and sweater Loft tropical print skirt with GNQ Luxe sweater, 3.1 Philip Lim bag, Salvatore Ferragamo pumps and Newsport News leather jacket

I continued my mini series Dress for Success. The new four issues were Mother’s Day, BBQ, afternoon wedding, and sightseeing. You can find previous posts in the archive under the keyword Dress for Success in case you missed them.

My monthly series Avoid rocky blogging mistakes featured Social Media again. This time, however, a different aspect than last year’s issue devoted to social media.

Top of the World Style

The linkup party has gotten some momentum. Thank you to every one for linking up and spreading the word. I created a Pinterest board for the party to pin to. If you are interested to be added as contributor to the board, please follow all my boards here and shoot me an email with the email you followed me so I can add you to the board.
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New OOTD:  Cardigan as top

mature woman wearing floral print to work
Front view of outfit with London boyfriend white denim jeans with GNW cardigan worn as sweater, Chanel belt and Puma sneakers (all own)
outfit for casual Friday with two cardigans
Isaac Mizrahi cardigan, London Jean boyfriend white denim jeans, GNW cardigan worn as sweater, Chanel belt, and Puma sneakers (all own)

Now to the new OOTD. White denim is an all time summer favorite. Here I styled the white boyfriend jeans with a floral print cardigan worn as top. To fight the AC chill, I added another cardigan in black. A Chanel belt and Puma silver sneakers served to add interest and tension to the outfit and take it from basic casual to stylish.

The golden trench coat makes a nice, but interesting neutral color outfit with the white denim, taupe tote and silver sneakers.

midlife woman in posh chic golden trench coat
Burberry gold colored leather trench coat with London Jeans white denim BF jeans, silver Puma sneakers, and Jaeger tote (all own)

How do you style your white denim? Let me know, I am curious.

Top of the World Style linkup-party ettiquette

Everyone of any age and gender is welcome to share their fashion and style posts. Now let’s get the party going.

  1. Please follow your Host via  wordpress, or twitter and bloglovin
  2. Linkup any of your fashion/style posts
  3. Please link back to this post within your post
  4. Simply add your link below
  5. Please spread the word and invite your friends to this party
  6. Please stop by your linkup-fellows’ blogs, introduce yourself to them, and make new friends

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Photos: G. Kramm

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