I'm not sure what's going on

I'm sitting admiring Eileen Fisher clothing and considering stripping my hair color and being grey.
Someone talk me down.

Comments

Jen on the Edge said…
Given your affinity for wearing blacks and grays, I can totally understand why you might be tempted by Eileen Fisher. And not all her stuff this season is shapeless and baggy.

As for the gray hair, I'm not sure what to think, except that maybe Poppy needs to schedule an intervention.
Scot said…
While I realize my opinion on this blog doesn't amount to a hill of beans, I thought you might, occasionally, want a man's point of view.
I think WOMEN pressure other women to hide the grey.
As a man in my 50's, I think grey hair is very sexy.
blackbird said…
I've always liked Scot.
For the record.
be*mused jan said…
Have the girls taken you to the FABULOUS EF outlet (run by her sister) when you've visited Chicago? It's just up the road & I never manage to walk out without a purchase. Or two... Or...
Scot said…
:o)
Crazy Mom Tats! said…
I have many friends who do not color their hair - and they look fabulous. (I don't color mine either - but I have virtually no gray.)

Go for it.
Anonymous said…
I am a size 8 5-2 woman with silver hair. My friends love mine but are uncertain just what their currently colored hair might be, since they haven't checked lately. I think if you stay thin and wear up-to-date clothing, going grey isn't an issue. Haven't gone totally natural...love makeup, just unwilling to deal with the whole hair coloring thing.
I have no idea how you strip your hair but I know it would not matter one jot what colour your hair was, you'd rock it.

And I just checked out that Eileen Fisher woman and liked it all. Is that bad?
Duyvken said…
Give teh grey a go! I have a lot of grey hair around my face and it totally washes me out so I just colour the front (odd I know) but I think if most of my hair was grey I'd be keen to give it a try.
Besides, if you don't like it you can always go back, right?
Paola said…
I think you'd look fantastic because you have charachter and a precise style and attitude.
Give it a try!
And I like Scot a lot too ...
I a also curious as to what K thinks about this ...
Badger said…
I haven't colored my hair since August 2008. Of course, shaving it all off helped.
Suzanne said…
I don't have a firm stance on whether or not you should go grey--I think you'd look terrific, and if you decide you don't like it, you can always re-color your hair.

I color my hair, but the amount and odd distribution of grey in my hair makes me feel prematurely old and poorly groomed. That's me. For now. Once I'm in my 50s, I might feel differently.

Mostly, I felt compelled to comment because my WV is mists, which was so apropos.
Mary said…
What badger said!

I have found it very liberating not to colour my hair. And cheap!
You're craving simplicity in these trying and troubled times, that's all it is.
I cannot speak of hair colored as I am genetically blessed in this category--except for wiry gray eyebrow hairs that look like small antennae if I don't pluck them out.