We talk to the maker herself about the beauty of hand-made, the limitations of conventional fashion and how older women should embrace the opportunity to shape their lives and build their own idiosyncratic wardrobes, and inspire younger women to do so in the process.
While ex-Principal Barb may have retired from professional life, she certainly hasn’t retired her ideas about living and dressing well after 60. Casey Rafferty quickly caught up with this head-turning, local style advocate to get her take on the opportunities life can present women after 60 candles.
Bali has long drawn visitors and expats in with its endearing chaos and exotic, tropical vibe. But for Ginette Pearson, it was the vivid local textiles that prompted her return visits, ahead of a more permanent one, armed with only a single suitcase and a sewing machine.
Sharryn Morris-Claire is somewhat of a style legend, both here and overseas. Starting out on Instagram only two short years back as a way to share and experiment with outfit ideas, the Melbourne based colour consultant has amassed a following of epic proportions. It is currently sitting at close to 40,000 followers.
On a mission to not become invisible, Sharryn is renowned for her Boho style – part gypsy, part urban edge. We talk to this very Stylish Woman about her inspiration, and the many times she has sacrificed comfort for style.