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Fashion Tips Over 50





fashion tips over 50






    fashion
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"

  • characteristic or habitual practice

  • Use materials to make into

  • Make into a particular or the required form

  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); "She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks"





    tips
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"

  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services

  • Predict as likely to win or achieve something

  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed

  • (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)





    50
  • fifty: being ten more than forty

  • fifty: the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

  • This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the to caliber range.











fashion tips over 50 - Make Over




Make Over Your Man: The Woman's Guide to Dressing Any Man in Her Life


Make Over Your Man: The Woman's Guide to Dressing Any Man in Her Life



From the style contributor for the Today show and Style Channel cohost–a first-of-its-kind style guide for women on how to bring out the very best in the men they love.

He's made a name for himself as the master of makeovers, spreading style on MTV and the Today show and recently earning a place in Crain’s “Forty Under Forty” list of notables. Now Lloyd Boston gives every woman the know-how to make her man look his best.

Covering style from head to toe, Make Over Your Man includes a comprehensive quiz and is chock full of instructive charts, Q & As, a retail resource, and up-close photographs for transforming your Fred Flintstone into Fred Astaire. With his energizing humor, Boston guides readers through the ins and outs of everything from suits to casual clothes, outerwear, and even grooming. Knowing that diplomacy is key, Boston also explains exactly how to coax the boyfriend into tossing those high school sneakers and flood pants. And to top it off, ten candid celebrity makeovers are featured, including:
• Bobbi Brown and her husband, Steven
• Star Jones and her nephew
• Patti LaBelle and her son
• Cynthia Rowley and Alan Cummings
• Elizabeth “Survivor” Filarski and fiance
• Tyra Banks and Dad

Fabulously illustrated with photographs by Len Prince, Make Over Your Man gives guys a new level of pride and confidence and gives women a date who will turn heads–for all the right reasons.










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A Life Uncorked (c2005)




A Life Uncorked (c2005)





This new copy of Hugh Johnson's autobiography arrived 2 days ago and I'm now over 50 pages into it. Very well written and surprisingly unsnobbish, given the author's knowledge and who he has rubbed shoulders with.

I share Johnson's distrust and dislike of wine ratings either in a 50 to 100 number ranking or described in terms of particular nonwine flavors (e.g., mellon, tobacco, mineral, etc.), though my exploring is at the opposite end from his pricey complex wines drunk with fancy food. He is also perhaps out of fashion in leaning away from strong wines, toward subtler tastes, what might be called elegant, he says, which is therefore also quite different from Robert Parker's favored wines and influence. (This Lindemans 2006 Bin 50 Shiraz on the table is okay -- not bad and not great -- but nothing like what Hugh Johnson would care to try and probably as far as possible below what he has to choose from in his wine cellars.)

This tip I came across when browsing farther ahead (p. 276) could be immediately useful for tasting wines more accurately:

'Buy on an apple and sell on cheese,' is an old wine-trade axiom. An apple is a cold appraiser of a wine's constitution. No wine tastes its best with an apple, and bad wines taste miserable. Cheese is the opposite. It forms a forgiving fatty layer between you and the acidity; it plays off the tannins with protein. You miss the faults -- or pardon them. Cheese is the salesman's friend.

When a vintner prepares a small feast at a wine tasting I always feel suspicious, cheese or no cheese. ...











In the drink




In the drink





Part of my Final Major series titled 'Victims of Fashion'.

The set portrays fashion faux pas as the factor tipping these 'victims' over the edge towards suicide. Its meant to show in a satirical, tongue-in-cheek way how fashion is taken too seriously, and that anyone outside of the current trends is victimised and cast out.

The series was shot using a Hasselblad 503CM with Sunpak ring flash on Velvia 50. I then hand processed it and scanned it in with a Hasselblad scanner. I have then removed any dust/scratches and used levels and curves to accentuate the lovely saturation and colours of the Velvia 50 film.

The equipment used is also relevant to the subject matter. The camera and film are often seen in high end fashion, and the ring flash also, however it is also employed in forensic photography, which is a nod towards the style of the images captured.









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