Beth Springer, was a successful model for nearly twenty years. As she approached 40, she gave it up to start her own business. Twelve years later, at fifty-something, she decided to give modeling one more go. The jobs were scarce — until she stopped coloring her hair.
Animal prints continue to dominate fashion trends this fall. What I especially love about this leopard print is its dominant neutral tone. This makes the top versatile, styling it on its own, or with pops of color. Easily pair it with jeans and flats, or dark trousers and heels to transition from day to evening.
The “Snow Leopard” print tops are classic with a beautiful and easy on the eye print. Being a mixture of winter white, black and grey, I feel that the snow leopard print has an ability to mix with more color palettes than the traditional cheetah and leopard patterns. The Snow Leopard is quite a versatile cat.
Many followers who live in warmer climates have asked for suggestions on how to dress more fall-like without overheating. A few styling tips can help you celebrate the season without melting. From susanaftger60.com