1. Tips and Tricks to Disguise Your Tummy

    Do you find yourself excitedly heading to the shopping centre, only to come away because you can't find anything to suit?


    As we get older, we find ourselves donning a muffin top, a third tyre or a tummy. Whatever we call it, it can make it difficult to find the perfect dress to disguise our belly! Luckily, there are so many dresses available to flatter our shape and style, so we've found some of our favourites for you.


    Draping and knots


    Draping and knots around the waist can perfectly conceal your tummy by ruching or laying over the tummy area, whilst defining or creating a waist at the same time.



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  2. 7 Things Every 50+ Woman Should Have in her Wardrobe

    Life gets so busy that it can sometimes be hard to stay on trend.


    As we hit our 50s, we took our power shoulder pads and skimpy skirts to the charity shop, but where should we stand on modern day essentials? We don't believe in hard and fast rules for our personal style, but we've come up with 7 indispensable pieces every stylish lady over 50 should have in her wardrobe.




    As cliché as it sounds, everyone should have a gorgeous little black dress in their wardrobe! Choose an LBD you can easily dress up or down for work or occasions with comfortable flat loafers and heels, gorgeous jewellery and an array of jackets.


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  3. What to Wear to a Wedding

    You've been invited to a wedding, but what to wear?


    These days, there's a huge range of wedding guest dresses available, but what suits a gorgeous lady over 50? You don't want to look frumpy or choose a dress that's too young for you, so we've chosen 5 key tips to look sensational at that wedding


    Maxis and midis


    Maxi and midi dresses are the new midis at the minute, and that's great news for our older legs! With gorgeous embellishments, pretty lace, chiffon and pleating, there's an array of sophisticated styles that look great for a wedding.

     Phase Eight Paola Fishtail Dress

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