Liz Claiborne

While growing up Liz Claiborne was a great quality,
expensive brand that was trendy and desired.

Jeans Liz Claiborne - Blue and white polka dot sweater Liz Claiborne -
Innovativi wedges - Blue bag Zara
It was also a brand for older women.

Brown sunglasses Michael Kors -  Silk bracelet Turkey
So you can imagine my mixed feelings.
Times change.
Here I am wearing two Liz Claiborne items from JCP, both reasonably priced.
LC is no longer that expensive brand.
Garments seem to be of good quality, which I guess is something they have not compromised.
Then there comes the part where I wonder if the brand
is still for older women and now I am just getting older and now
it suits me ;) 


Mica T said...

Love that polka dot top! :)

I think you can find items from many different brands - even if you aren't the target market. No use limiting what you wear or where you shop, if you like the items. Plus these look great on you! :)

Away From The Blue

Lisa - respect the shoes said...

I'm with Mica - It's all about how you wear it!

Kelly Roy said...

It's a brand of elegant not older women and those jeans fit like glove to your body.

LyddieGal said...

No, I'm sure the youth of today would wear the polka dot sweater... but hey I also sometimes wear legitimate old lady clothes I pick up at the thrift store.
Chic on the Cheap

Jessica Cangiano said...

I love Liz Clairborne's offerings, past and present - for the most part at least. There's a classic, subtly preppy vibe to many of them that appeals to me to no end. I haven't owned too many (yet) over the years, but those that I have were loved and worn until they were practically threadbare.

♥ Jessica