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You can reach me by email at Susan@FiftynotFrumpy.com

My mailing address is:
Susan Street
PO Box 233
Johnson City, TN 37605-0233



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6 comments:

Bonnie Mort said...

I just discovered your site and love it! I would love to see some advice for those of us 60ish women who are cursed with the dreaded turkey wattle under our necks. I'm 64, weigh 141 but alas with too much flab, and I think I have a youngish looking face. However, my neck adds years to my looks. I avoid scoop or v necks and dread the time of year that demands NO More Turtle Necks. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much for sharing your journey with us.

Susan Street said...

Hi Bonnie,

I have the same type of neck. I just keep my head held high and smile a lot. No one seems to notice my neck that much.

Anonymous said...

I love your style. I'm a 56 yr. old professional that loves my pretty heels but due to knee injury I have to rethink my shoes. I would like to see more of your flat shoe style. Thanks Donna

PamelaT said...

Happy Birthday and welcome to the 60's!! So far, a great decade. Hope you continue to enjoy your blessings and share your many adventures with us. You are an inspiration!

All the best now and into the future.
Pam

Anonymous said...

Susan,
I am grateful for your blog and fashion sense flair . It was the first of its kind in my opinion for the 50 and now 60 year olds who want to keep polished for years to come . For those people who have pointed the finger at you for giving them ideas of how to look heir best - shame on them . I see so many women dressed in baggy capris, baggy pants and jeans , hair not taken care of , no makeup and worn out shoes . They have given up on themselves. When we reach this age we still need to be an example of what to wear
And continue to take care of yourself for the sake of our daughters, granddaughters, sisters, mothers. , and nieces . Yes , it's hard work to keep looking good but it can be done inexpensively with all the shopping options we have. I was helping a beautiful 74 year young women find clothes for her up coming vacation . Her platinum gray hair was styled and her makeup was flawless . She was cute as could be and the twinkle in her eye and smile on her face finding cute clothes was inspiring .
Keep the ideas coming !

Ginnie

Lori C said...

Hi Susan,

I absolutely love your style. Your shoes are fabulous! I am particularly in love with an outfit you posted with a white/gray color leopard print dress, paired with black leggings. Has a cowl next and 3/4 sleeves with small pockets. Looks like you are standing in a hotel banquet room??? Could you share where you got that outfit? And if you know if it is still available?
Keep the posts coming. I love them!!

Lori C.