October 6, 2013

Wonderful Fabulous Fashionistas


A brief film about older women with a passion for life.  True passion. 

I discovered this video on http://www.timegoesby.net/>Ronnie Bennett’s
superlative blog this Saturday, and was only able to spend a moment with it.  Later in the day, I was able to come back and view it whole and marvel at these women sharing their lives..  “Bellebellification” made the time to give us this marvelous gift of passion. 


Perhaps all of us should view it regularly to remind us not to wear beige.  To remind us to keep passion in our lives.

20 comments:

  1. Always good advice, unless you're the mother of the groom. :)

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  2. Yes, I have visited this site before and these women inspire me the same way that Audubon society canoest at the age of 90! TP can stand for toilet paper or Tea Party...you choose.

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  3. Wow! These women are such an inspiration! I'm going to look at my wardrobe and see what I could do.

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  4. Not to wear beige... lol.. I like that. ;)

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  5. Hilarious! One of our main characters in our new show is Miss Beige. But don't let her color choice fool you! LOL!

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  6. Just goes to show ya. I am not much for "fashion," but I have been saying for years that vanity is a survival trait.

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  7. I love this!!!! I do most of my shopping in resale shops. And never, ever beige!!!!

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  8. Watched the Fashionistas also. Loved their spirit. Not much into beige, and love resale shops.

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  9. Have just indulged in this whole video; lovely! Such impressive women!

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  10. I just loved these ladies, even the Baronessa. But I must confess that I own two pair of Khaki pants.

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  11. I looked at a book about this wildly fashionable women. They are inspiring for sure. I only wish I had their flair.

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  12. I just watched three minutes of it and feel that I'd like to see the entire piece.

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  13. I like to wear whatever. My fashionista days are mostly over.

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  14. I have been too long away, occupied with the tooth saga, distracted and the eunni you speak of causing me to be uninterested in most everything. I'm back, I send you hugs and love...

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  15. My most important requirement in clothing is comfort! I'd be in real trouble if I had to get dressed up for something!

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  16. Thank you for that video; such fabulous individuals always saying YES to life.

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  17. Thank you for that video; such fabulous individuals always saying YES to life.

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  18. Can't see the video - apparently copyright problems in this country and I missed the TV programme but my DIL saw it and was very impressed.
    I agree with the mantra - comfort is all.

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