Fashion and Fun after Fifty


Posted on: April 19, 2012

Today’s outfit includes a two piece, stripped Sag Harbor top and jacket courtesy of my grandmother.  When she passed in 2009, I donated most of her clothes and accessories, however, there were a few pieces that I held onto.  This two piece will always remind me of her and her good taste in clothing!

Long black shirt was thrifted from Goodwill and has a zipper that brings the slit thigh high – I chose to keep it decent for work – lol.

Wedge shoes are part of my shoe haul featured in my previous blog.

Earrings and multi-color bracelet from and ring from Avon.



1 Response to "OOTD"

Your grandmother had great Taste! LOVE blue and black, long skirt. Sandals another hit girlfriend! what’s next???

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