#over40 Classic work outfit | High Latitude Style | http://www.highlatitudestyle.com
Plaid sheath worn with burnt red cardigan, red tights, and burgundy Peter Kaiser pumps accessorized with a leopard pendant statement necklace (all own)
#over40 Work outfit | High Latitude Style | http://www.highlatitudestyle.com
Sheath dress with cardigan and red tights

My husband gave me a Canon camera on Christmas. Here is the first post of photos taken with my new camera. Thus, the  mystery about the relationship between the tree and the post is solved.

I am so excited about how great the camera is for fashion photos, and details. Look at my pendant. You can really see the spots of my little leopard. Look at the gift boxes, one can read the names. Even the pattern of my tights is visible. I set the camera to the highest resolution and posted the photos of this post that way to share the excitement and details with my readers. I think I will keep the camera on high resolution so I can zoom in details. However, in the future, I will optimized the photos for posting on the web again, as not everyone of my readers may have a fast line all the time. I hope they make it on your screen at least once.

#over40 Mature woman in winter outfit| High Latitude Style | http://www.highlatitudestyle.com
Chocolate brown shearling coat with Kieselstein Cord belt, ethnic belt buckle, red leather gloves and tights, burgundy Peter Kaiser pumps, and LV multi color saddle bag with studs (all own)

Here I am wearing my plaid sheath again. This time I paired it with a rust red cashmere silk cardigan and tights plus red sturdy low heels. On the way to this Mexican restaurant, I wore my brown shearling coat with my red Kieselstein Cord belt, and gloves. Since my husband and I went out for dinner, I took my small multicolor LV saddlebag with me. This bag is really fun in winter as it is so colorful, well at least, what an Alaskan thinks is colorful.

Another detail, the camera caught well are the studs on that bag.

Photos: G. Kramm (2014)

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