Talbot’s fall “Paris-inspired” collection is perfect fashion for women over 50! I am in love with so many pieces in the entire collection and honestly that is rare for me to find so much in one group, and even better… great designs for women of every size.

One of the first style books I read in 2011 was PARISIAN CHIC: A STYLE GUIDE BY INES DE LA FRESSANGE.   I learned so much from her about style for women of a certain age, and why women in Paris always look so great.  The first two sentences which made an impression on me were…

All you really need is loads of self-confidence and a great smile

Parisian style is an attitude, a state of mind.

Well, when wearing this Talbot’s blouse and long button-cuff duster from the new collection, I really understand that confidence- state- of- mind!   Both pieces are perfect additions to my wardrobe and will be worn often this year.  I have always liked Talbots for the fit and for the quality.  Each piece I own, was purchased to speak confidence and professionalism.  The tailoring is impeccable. 

Look at the button details…a detail I often see on Ines herself. 

What better outfit to wear with my ballets flats…also French inspired. Ines taught me the Parisian women love to “mix it up”…mixing style, mixing price points, etc. Her own mix-it-up list includes wearing a pencil skirt with ballet flats…a pearl necklace with a rock n roll tee shirt and a sequined sweater with men’s trousers.

I will enjoy mixing up my new Talbot’s Paris inspired pieces!  Have you ever taken time to learn from the women in France?  What have you adopted in your own wardrobe from their inspiration?

Here are some of the pieces I like the most right now at Talbots…..

 

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Disclaimer:  I was gifted clothing for this post, but the words are my own.

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