Its Fashion Flash Monday!

I’m so delighted to be hosting  Fashion Flash this week.  Our bloggers have been very busy and are sharing  where they’ve been and what they learned:

Deja Pseu of Une Femme d’un Certain Age has created an amazing 12 piece Travel Capsule for a 10 day trip to Paris and Provence.  Since I take  12 pieces for a weekend  in the country, I was  inspired to change my packing ways.

Jackie of Aging Backwards  has come down  with Olympic Fever (its less than 100 days away) and she tells you how to participate in the events.

Kari at Fab Over Forty  has discovered a keratin hair treatment that actually works  and is nice to the pocketbook as well.

Kari of Black Cat Plus wants plus size women  to incorporate color into their Spring wardrobes.

Shawna of Female Fat Loss Over Forty  believes that a good weight loss strategy can be just like talking to a teenager.

The Glam Gals at Fabulous  After 40 will help you find the perfect trench coat that will take you from work to play.

Geri at Fab Over Fifty has an important article  if you are considering  cosmetic surgery.

This week  I found a fashion book that meets my two  key criteria.  It puts together great outfits  for specific occasions and  does so with affordable , available clothing. Before You Put That On by Lloyd Boston is a hefty book with a year’s worth of  fashion advice.   A Today Show contributor, Boston   shares his approach to style with  a calendar of 365  style tips.  For example on January 2 he describes  attractive yet functional  work-outs clothes– so timely since the #1 New Year’s Resolution is to  exercise/lose weight. Throughout the  book,   he folds in   top tips from  world class Fashionistas, a fashion quiz and 10 minute style countdown to  look great  despite a hectic schedule.   You will also love the way  Before You Put That On explains  how to use the same items to create  looks for different occasions.

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