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Florence took my breath away, especially the Florentine women over They are the epitome of style and elegance.
While they acknowledge some fashion trends, others they ignore. I spent five days in Florence and never once saw a Florentine woman over 50 wearing an off the shoulder or cold shoulder blouse, ripped or skinny jeans, leggings, capri pants, camel toes or flip flops.
It was the American and the Asian tourists who wore trendy clothes, usually every trend at the same time. Boy did I get some stares and not good ones! Even so, I loved how the breeze blew my kimono open behind me as I walked. It was the last time I wore it, however. Several women over 50 were wearing long sweaters or lightweight coats that hit the top of their ankles. One wore a long, dove grey sweater—the breeze blew it open behind her as she walked—with a matching long dress underneath and flat shoes.
Another woman wore various shades of cream and tan with caramel suede sandals and a tan and grey woven bag. All of the women were chic and classy. None of these women ever tried to dress younger than they were, nor did they look matronly. They were sexy, chic women who radiated self-confidence.
My favorite outfit was worn by a 45 plus woman: That was as close to wearing more than one trend, together, as I saw, but she elevated the look to a 10, not a trendy. My challenge will be to find clothes with an elevated, chic feel to them, but that are more casual. I talked to a 30 plus Florence fashion designer, whose mother does all of the sewing and knitting. That influence is still seen and felt everywhere.
Fifteenth-century Florence was where writers, painters, architects, jewelry makers, craftsmen and philosophers thrived. One day will they design for Italian couture houses from which the rest of the design world will take their cues?
A sad polar opposite to the Renaissance. After Paris, these women are the chicest on the planet, no fashion victims there! I loved reading your posts from Italy.
Hi Janice, How blessed you are to have the wonderful Italian lineage and to spend lots of time there. So happy you enjoyed my posts! Having lived in Italy, one of the things I noticed was that Italians have fewer clothes but much better quality. Americans have lots and lots of cheap outfits that never quite look right.
Thank you so much for your comment, Brenda. I actually made enemies writing on my blog that the fashion industry was laughing all the way to the bank because they got women to spend large amounts of money on jeans with holes in them. I absolutely hate some of the trends out there and hate it that our generation has bought into it so much. We can learn a lot from the Italians and the French. I really enjoyed this post, Brenda. That means a lot coming from you.
What can we do? With your magazine, perhaps we should brainstorm an article. Brenda, Thank you for writing about this! Leaving NYC for Dallas 3 years ago has put me in a real fashion funk. Hi Maggie, There are millions of us… 74M to be exact in the U. Your question has given me the topic for my next Fashion Friday post!
Granted, you featured the woman in the high-low ensemble with the Zara skirt, and she looks great. I often wear cashmere v-necks and white jeans with booties no heels for me!
I totally agree with you that there are way too many American women that seem to have NO sense of style. So where do we go from here?
Hi Val, I know what you mean about not being dressed insync with those around you. Glad you liked my photos! Thank you for letting me know, Felicia. Did you read my previous Fashion Friday post? I just wish there was a solution to this problem. It seems as though this is strictly a money maker for designers who feel that there are more profits to be made from the younger crowd who follow every trend that is out there.
We are much more selective as to how we want to dress. I have never been a follower and never will be. I want to still feel sexy but in a much more classic and sophisticated way. I will not be intimidated by these designers that try to make us feel as though we are ancient and have no voice or opinion that is worthy of their designs. Betsy Forbes Brock Youth sells!! But those of us with a few more years on them have the money to buy. No problem with me as I have a dresser or two who looks out for me.
I really like your input. Could not agree with you more. When I think of glamor, style and grace there are a few people that come to mind. They all really knew themselves and chose clothes that made them look just stunning. Now if we could only find a way to make designers appreciate our age group and not be afraid to break out of the mold and do a line geared to our demands.
Felicia, Your son has given you the best advice possible! How wise of him! Thanks again, for your comment. You just verbalized what everyone talks about. Thanks for writing about it. I will use your idea!
What I noticed about the women in Italy was the easy elegance of their outfits. I had carefully packed to cover all scenarios but found myself lacking. My outfits felt uninspiring even boring. Lol And was shocked by my visa bill once I arrived home — euros into dollars.
I detest jeans with holes in them on any age. Do you really want to look homeless? I do try to look current but in pieces that I feel comfortable wearing.
Leave yoga pants for the gym, short shorts or dresses to the young, oversized, body clothes on the rack, etc. That was not my intention. Have a nice day, Brenda. I love what you said, Joanna! Where does this leave us girlfriends? However, my group of friends always look fabulous, chic, ageless, timeless with great accessories.
But nothing prepared me for the complete lack of concern about appearances as did Taos, NM. About European women, I think they need less than we do. Italy is my favorite place on the planet, I love the lake country and the Amalfi Coast most of all.
Happy to discover your site, Marsha! Thanks so much for stopping by! I look forward to getting to know you. I was just in Florence on my 14 day European excursion and noticed the simple elegance of the women there.
I am certainly going to be incorporating some of these ideas into my decision making when buying clothes going forward. Would love to see some articles on this. While women are no longer dressing their age, it is a challenge to find comfort and style. Thanks for letting me know you like this post. Definitely saw it with different eyes. There are a number of women whose style I admire, but then their lifestyles are different than mine. The women look beautiful and I wish we USA were more like that.
But I have to wonder just where each one was headed. I doubt any of them were going to Home Depot, or the gym, or even the grocery store.
American women can and do dress better for more formal occasions usually. At least I do.
I love what you said, Joanna! Where does this leave us girlfriends? However, my group of friends always look fabulous, chic, ageless, timeless with great accessories. But nothing prepared me for the complete lack of concern about appearances as did Taos, NM. About European women, I think they need less than we do.
Italy is my favorite place on the planet, I love the lake country and the Amalfi Coast most of all. Happy to discover your site, Marsha! Thanks so much for stopping by! I look forward to getting to know you.
I was just in Florence on my 14 day European excursion and noticed the simple elegance of the women there. I am certainly going to be incorporating some of these ideas into my decision making when buying clothes going forward.
Would love to see some articles on this. While women are no longer dressing their age, it is a challenge to find comfort and style. Thanks for letting me know you like this post. Definitely saw it with different eyes. There are a number of women whose style I admire, but then their lifestyles are different than mine. The women look beautiful and I wish we USA were more like that.
But I have to wonder just where each one was headed. I doubt any of them were going to Home Depot, or the gym, or even the grocery store. American women can and do dress better for more formal occasions usually.
At least I do. I dislike the American trend to not dress up for graduations, funerals, and other important occasions. That really disappoints me. To your point about where the Florentine women were headed… regardless, I know they dress with more style for those occasions than we do.
Thanks for your comment, Nikki! I so agree with you. Forever 21, Free People and a number of others are not for us. Thanks so much, Brenda. I love all your shots of Florence Fashion over It was cold and I had to pack light. They sure know how to dress with class, though. I got stared at as well. I took a heavy jacket because it was supposed to be 54 degrees the night I went to see the Rolling Stones. Unless I had a hotel room, that jacket stayed tied around my waist… A killer look for sure!!
You have such a great eye for those wonderful details. Makes me want to go to Florence. Hi Laurie, Always happy when I see you here! Thanks for the compliment. Florence may be my favorite city! Makes me miss our vacation in ….. Our best meal was in Florence. So stylish and the food drifts off into a happy land of memories. It was exactly what I needed.
I loved your comments. I am a European woman raised in Buenos Aires and schooled in Europe. I believe the difference to note is two fold. The clothes they purchase are classic and the best quality they can afford. They might have two well fitting tailoring is key white blouses which they take good care of, Their fabric choices are typically neutral solids.
That allows for more flexibility. They wear jewelry, typically handed down and invest in handbags and shoes. Nice fitting jeans, a good white T and flats can easily take you to Home Depot. A little perfume helps! PS there are no adequate words for airport attire here. Sonia your style suggestions are exactly what my mother always told me. She was a model and a buyer in couture. Did you read my post today about that?
Thank you so much, Brenda. I loved your Rolling Stone story. It was so poignant. You are such good writer. And a little nuts judging by that adventure. You would be fun to travel with. I found you on Instagram and started following you.
Thank God, literally, for angels! Brenda, I just got back from Italy last night. I too was struck by how beautifully the women—and men—dressed. Simple, elegant and scarves everywhere including the men. I wanted to focus on the architecture and history while in Rome, but I was constantly distracted in a good way by the beautiful clothing and stylish women.
I wore a lot of black and thoughtfully picked out my clothing for the trip but I still wished I could have looked more effortlessly chic. I will be rethinking my style this fall. Hi Lisa, I, too, carefully picked out my wardrobe but quickly felt inadequately dressed. I hate to see my next Visa bill because I began rethinking my wardrobe while I was still there. Thanks for your comments. Brenda I just loved this article. I too like classic clothes with a bit of an artsy twist.
I do love my olukai flip flops with jeans and a baseball cap on days that I am not working. I am going to post this article on my facebook page. It is beautifully written. I am a new fan! Terrific, because we have a mutual admiration society! Love the current piece on Catherine Robinson. Love this post and love the timeless, classic style. These women exhibit class, which is often utterly missing in America!
Thanks for posting, and I look forward to your next post. I love the classy look, but often cannot afford it. Please list some less expensive versions of the designer styles you find. Thank you, sweet lady! I appreciate your comments, Brenda. What a great read.
Love the street photos adding the style seems redundant here—ha! When I was in Seville a few years ago, my sons and I got so many displeased stares. I still love it, but perhaps it was the look of yet another ugly American. Dawn, You have a gold bomber jacket? It was at night and the workers were hot and sweaty. I must find those photos!
Thanks for reminding me of that adventure! Thanks for the info Brenda. I leave for Italy in two weeks and your insight has helped me tremendously. Looking forward to our next lunch with my sister Lee and hearing about everything! Hi Kona, Only take comfy shoes!! Take half as many clothes as you think you need.
Eat pasta and gelato at every opportunity and devour any fresh figs and prosciutto that come your way! I see nothing wrong with women dressing their age. I see many things wrong with designers leaving us out of the equation. Shame on them, o for one will endeavor to dress classy and it is a difficult thing to do. Their idea of age appropriate is a different world away that our idea of age appropriate.
AS to YOU and your kimono. I know the feet have to be comfortable! Happy you had a good time! I left you a message on Instagram 3 days ago in the private area……….. I love your input about decorum, pride and representing the family. They were also the most comfortable shoes I brought. I left you my number on Instagram! Look forward to hearing from you! I adore your observations but do wonder if dressing this way will become a thing of the past…even for Italian women.
I expect they have less, but better quality items and tend to stick to a colour palette so that everything they buy can be mixed and matched. Fast fashion is not only ruining the planet, but our sense of taste. Essie, Your observations are spot on. Prints are too busy. Too many colors and often it cheapens the look. Your wardrobe for a year on the road… Woah! Please continue to blog for us about your travels. Brenda, I really enjoyed this and all of your posts on your trip.
I love the long gray coat and out of my comfort zone I ordered a red one a few weeks ago. I wore gray wool pants with it and black booties.
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