Saturday, November 20, 2010

Who Cares About Age?




doesn't this prove one can be beautiful at any age?

Jane Fonda over 70, Susan Sarandon 64,
Sigourney Waver 61

I don't think of any of these girls as "old"
how about you?




11 comments:

  1. I think they are just beautiful, my mother is beautiful but feels and acts old, when I style her, and do her hair she looks amazing Left to her self she prefers the collective friends and attention that comes with old. My mother in law thinks she is 39 she looks amazing ..sometimes a little too young in her choice of clothes but always smiling...so its stunning and to everyone who meets here,she is amazing.
    Age and beauty are in the mind xx

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  2. I Don´t:)

    SATURDAY SHOW OFF
    at my Blog
    Plase JOIN IT :)
    Hugs from Håkan

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  3. Yes they all do look fabulous-not everyone has a makeup artist at their disposal. We would all look fabulous then.

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  4. I'm so happy that this bar keeps raising. Remember when the age issues used to say that one could be attractive at, *gasp* 40? Then 50, now 60. Just in time for me, at 54, to stay somehow available for fashion...

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  5. Dear Marsha, lovely pictures! Great picks in the last post. Hope you're really good. Sending love xx

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  6. These women are truly beautiful! I love Susan Sarandon, she is my fave :)
    Happy weekend Marsha darling!!! xoxoxoxoox

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  7. Old is a state of mind! These women are beautiful.

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  8. I love an ageing face and these women carry theirs with such style.
    Age doesn't come from the way we look or how old we are, but how we are and how we conduct ourselves.

    Hugs to you.

    xx Charlotta

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  9. They do indeed look look "splenderosa"!! Those of us who are part of the baby boom generation are lucky because whatever age we are will be the age to be - there is power in numbers!

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