I love the combination of blue and white, especially in summer when I wear white capris pants. And now, I get to combine my white capris with a flowy scarf vest. I just received this vest from Covered Perfectly, a company located in California that caters to women in their 40s, 50s, 60s and beyond. And, the clothes are made in the U.S.
I'm finding as I age, I like the idea of wearing clothing made in America, and clothing that caters to my age group. So here's my Blue Monday outfit with my new cascading vest.
The cascading vest is a combination of blues against a cream white background giving it a soft look. Made of 100% polyester, it has a silky feeling you will love. The vest is longer in the front, so you can tie it for a different look.
Tie it high or low. You can even gather it and tie it to the side. Need a scarf? Fold it and wear it over your shoulders. That's what I like about this vest. It's versatile and the material is silky enough, so you can be creative with your look. But what I like the most is the fact that I can wear anything and know that the vest will cover my imperfections.
That's what Covered Perfectly is all about. The clothing helps us look our best. You can see the vest on their website. Follow the link below for a special offer.
Living in our 60s and Beyond followers get 20% off on up to two items! Use the discount code PHG20 when you check out at Covered Perfectly.com. There are several styles to choose from, and the discount will apply on one or two items. OR you can take advantage of the Buy 2 Get Your third FREE special. This applies to any combination of items store wide, just add 3 items to your cart and the discount will be applied automatically. Only one of the discounts will work. Happy Shopping!
I'm looking forward to creating more looks with this scarf vest. Perhaps with a dress? For now, I like my blue and white look, perfect for Blue Monday.
Have a wonderful day!
Note: Blue Monday was a phrase my mom used because Monday was always laundry day on the farm. This was a familiar phrase in the 1800s because laundry had to be scrubbed, no washing machines!