Susan Loves Her Jackets

Susan Loves Her Jackets

Note from Pauline Durban, founder of Covered Perfectly: With so many people in lockdown on their own it’s hard to get new pictures taken so I’m sharing with you how Susan, from styles her jackets.

Over to Susan...

Don’t you just love it when you find the perfect neutral piece that can be dressed up or down? If it goes with everything in your closet and you get loads of compliments each time you wear it, then it is a winner!

Susan Street from fifty not frumpy now

I wore this comfortable light-weight topper from Covered Perfectly on an earlier post with white below. It looks equally good with black or any other dark neutral colors. It can be dressed up for a business meeting or worn with jeans and a tee. Now that’s a versatile piece worth having! You can find this jacket here.

cream jacket modeled by Susan Street from Susan after 60, fashion for women over 60

I’ve worked from my home office for decades. I quickly developed the discipline to get dressed each morning. If my hair and makeup are done, and I’ve put on real clothes, I am more productive and feel much better. I’ve never been one to lounge around in my pajamas all day.

Silver gray jacket modeled by Susan Street, Susan after 60. Fashion for women over 60

The material of the jacket has a bit of a metallic thread running through the gray, black, and white.

Casual day at home with Susan Street, Susan after 60

A cardigan or jacket is often part of my relaxing at home look. I always enjoy wearing a third piece. The soft jacket is here.
Susan After 60 followers can get a 20% discount on up to two items. Use the discount code FNF20 when you check out at Covered Perfectly.
There are several great styles to choose from and the discount will apply on up to two items, after that, you can take advantage of the buy 2 get 1 FREE special.
Only one discount will work per order.

Happy Shopping
If you have enjoyed reading about Susan, check out her blog here



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