Gorgeous. I dont know who she is but she appears smart, stylish and confident. I love her good skin, tasteful makeup, unapologetic wrinkles, and Mona Lisa smile. THIS gives me something to aspire to as I get older. Thank you for singling her out in the crowd.
What a beauty! She feels true to herself which inspires and increases her attractiveness. I love her makeup. I do find myself chafing at your tag “mature women”. It shouldn’t but does conjure dowdy. At 59 yrs old and finding my look for this age and for something to grow into, the last thing I want is to look dowdy. But lovely photograph is appreciated.
Thanks for including a woman over 50 Scott! Love the blue coat/white blouse combination. Nice frames. Her confidence and poise are what make it a good portrait. ‘Comfortable in your own skin’ is always fashionable.
Finally!!!! A photo with someone real with character. While I appreciate a wild range of styles and shots, the street, hyper-self conscious photos are getting somewhat passe. Thank you for showing sublime style – much appreciated! All best!
I think the pale blue of the coat looks attractive on her. Looking for a good coat like this. Somewhat amused by the comments of the people here, upon staring at a face with wrinkles. Falling all over themselves to prove that they, too, like old age. As a woman approaching 60, which I do not think is thaaat advanced an age, I’m dreading this kind of thing, people saying you look great, for your age. She looks great, the same way teenagers at their age can look great.
Not sure why you would say “old age, an ordeal yet to come,” as though it’s some sort of disease, “but the lady looks nice,” as though that could hardly be possible. Age is life â€” not an affliction. The young do not have a monopoly on living.
I’m a month late to this post, but what the hell, I had to comment because the tantalising ‘Renata’ (who is she? does she have another name?) is so beautiful.
And I’d like to thank you for your occasional shots of ‘older’ people and to ask you for more.
I’m with anonymous above who hated the idea of being told they looked good ‘for their age’. That dreadful patronising qualifier which neutralises the compliment that precedes it. I love those comments here about Renata which simply note that she’s a beautiful woman, making no mention of her age. Beauty is beauty, and style is style and she has both. Full stop.