Blazers

Trending: Feminine Flowy Blouses With Oversized Blazers

Pairing a loose-fitting blazer over a feminine blouse can help to make us BA50's look and feel more chic and confident. Next time you are trying to decide what to wear, whether you are attending a holiday gathering, going to the theatre, or meeting friends for lunch or dinner, consider trying this winning outfit combination which is flattering on everyone. ...

Hip & Flattering Wide Leg Pant Looks to Elevate Your Winter Style!

With bold prints or sophisticated styles, these pants will feel like sweats yet having you serving the most fabulous look! Pair them with cozy oversized sweaters or dress them up with high heeled boots - the versatility is endless! Here are the 10 must have hip and flattering pants you need to elevate your everyday style. Shop our selections here! ...

Tattoos: Never Say Never, Even After 60

I grew up in a world that was divided into two kinds of people: those who had tattoos and those who were afraid of people with tattoos. In the movies, prisoners and gang members, carnival workers and criminals had them. They marked reckless, defiant outsiders…tribal members with a shady moral compass.  Nazis tattooed people. End of story. Then in the 70s, the stigma dimmed a bit. Fashionable, creative, adventurous celebrities like Cher, Peter Fonda and Janis Joplin displayed their ink. The chests and arms of those “in the service” in Viet Nam showed their proud affiliation. For the first time, although far from my thing, I saw tattoos as an indicator of something relevant to a person’s individual story, a canvas of their experiences....
TV Remote

My TV Remote Misery: WTF

Last month for my birthday we got the Samsung Frame tv whose main selling point is, when off, displays different pieces of art work and/or selected pictures from your phone. “Can I get network television?” “Yes,” promised the sales rep. “Do I need a Firestick or Roku?” “Nope. All built in.” And thus began Liz’s latest foray into techno-world. The Geek Squad guys came out and installed it. Gave me a two-hour tutorial. I wrote everything in a notebook. When they left I felt pretty confident I had a handle on this and started to play around with it....