Fashion Over 50s Lifestyle Vlogcast

Creating your Personal Style – Throwing out the rules fashion rules for Women Over 50

June 13, 2022

Do you know your personal fashion style? Are you comfortable with your ‘look’ or is your wardrobe full of clothes you have never worn? Today’s episode on the Women Living Well After 50 Podcst, is all about Fashion and creating Personal Style.  My guest is Jan  Wild from Retiring, Not Shy!. I’ve known Jan for several years and admire her fashion style especially looking at her ideas on Instagram.

During the conversation we discussed:

  • How Jan became a model in her 60s
  • Developing our personal style especially when our lifestyle changes
  • Creating a personal style with ‘basics’ – read Jan’s blog post: How to Build a Capsule Wardrobe for Midlife & Beyond
  • Throwing out the fashion rules for Women Over 50
  • How getting up and dressing for the day is a form of self-care and emotional well-being
  • Finding self-confidence through weekly planning what you will wear

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Meet Jan

Jan Wild Retiring Not Shy

Jan Wild is a blogger, social media content creator and silver haired model, all of which she has come to in her 60s. Her blog started in frustration that the online world only covered retirement from the financial perspective rather than the mental and emotional aspects. Over time those aspects have been more broadly covered and Jan is now more finely focussed on personal style and travel, and the intersection of those two – packing for travel –  as well as the importance of personal style for one’s mental and emotional health and confidence.

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I’d love to hear your thoughts on how you create your style and also any tips you picked up from my conversation with Jan.

Sue Loncaric

Women Living Well After 50

Living Life Your Way

1 Comment

  • Reply Toni Pike June 14, 2022 at 14:50

    Congratulations to Jan – she’s given me some few fabulous ideas. Toni x

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