Note from Pauline Durban, Founder and President of Evpalmbeachmarketing - I love being able to feature women of all ages as long as they are women over 40. Andrea is a great representative for us. She looks fabulous in this outfit. See what she has to say.
Over to Andrea...
I love clothes, but I’m not a fan of spending an hour figuring out what to wear. I like looking fashionable but not fussy. That’s why I was delighted when Pauline Durban at Evpalmbeachmarketing offered to send me this lovely tunic, Shoulder Zip, and Popcorn Jacket to try.
I’ve been a fan of Pauline’s company for a while now. Her things are very well made, very reasonably priced, and they serve a multitude of purposes. They can be worn in many environments year-round and can be dressed up or down easily. I’m actually wearing them with black ankle pants and heels here but missed getting in my feet (#not a photographer.) For those of us who want to show a little less skin, they keep us, as promised, covered perfectly.
As with most of their tops, the Shoulder Zip (I love that detail) tunic is made from MicroModal. A natural, very breathable fabric, and is more refined than woven rayon. It also wears beautifully and is easy-care; wash and hang dry. Since I'm about 5'1", this tunic fits me more like a short dress, which is why I pair it with ankle pants, leggings, or skinny jeans.
The Popcorn Jacket is one of those items that can make an entire outfit and add a light layer of warmth in an air-conditioned room. On a taller woman, it would serve as a great long sweater. As the weather gets chilly, I will wear the tunic with my down vest, which serendipitously, is the same color.
You can check out what I posted early this summer wearing their Simple V Top and leopard Cascading Vest. I think that any of Evpalmbeachmarketing’s items would make a fantastic gift. As always, Pauline is extending a very nice discount for us: 20% off your purchase with the coupon code SRY20 or you can take advantage of the “Buy 2 get the 3rd one FREE” discount. Only one discount per order will work per order.
For more details on Andrea's blog, click here.