What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Never, Ever Act Your Age, Part II


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Gray is the new blonde, luckily.

I categorically refuse to act my age.  Okay, yes, I keep it together enough to maintain a job and a house and a marriage, but I draw the line at culture and personal style.  And I’m always on the lookout for others of my ilk.

In March, in the post Never, Ever Act Your Age, I wrote about Grandma Betty, a ninety-something-year-old who recently discovered (and immediately ruled) social media.

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This time, I want to show you the completely addictive fashion blog, Advanced Style, by photographer and style spotter, Ari Seth Cohen.  He wanders the streets of New York, photographing the stylish and eclectic get-ups of a crowd that’s largely ignored by the fashion world.

“My eyes have always been drawn to older people,” says Cohen.  “And from a style point of view, I find them more interesting because they are of an age where they don’t have to impress anyone and can wear what they want.” (The New York Times)


You can follow the talented Ari Seth Cohen on his blog

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

5 thoughts on “Never, Ever Act Your Age, Part II

  1. Yea.. I like it. We grow old because we stop playing.


  2. My gray hair and I love this.


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