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Sheri Radel Rosenberg

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Sheri Radel Rosenberg is a Philly-born, Brooklyn-based writer who explores style, beauty, culture, and midlife with wit, warmth, and wisdom. Her story includes successful forays in the worlds of trend forecasting, ad agency photo production, ghostwriting, and strategic messaging development for fashion and beauty brands - all while amassing a slip dress collection that would make any Gen Xer proud. At the dawn of social media, Sheri launched her personal blog–which combines her passion for writing with her style obsession–and she hasn’t looked back. As Style Editor for the AGEIST, she’s inspired by the styles of the 70s and the 90s, along with all the beautiful people she sees daily in NYC.

Midlife’s Moment: “On the Verge” Explores Womanhood at the Midpoint

Are midlife women having a moment? It would appear so. Or I need to go out more. Because I have another show to talk about that’s focused on women of a certain age. If you have not yet watched all 12 episodes of Netflix’s “On The Verge,” put down your...

The Cautionary Tale: Supermodel Linda Evangelista Claims Cosmetic Disfigurement From CoolSculpting

As a supermodel watcher and superfan, I’ve wondered what happened to my all-time favorite, Linda Evangelista.  Back when I was a young thing in New York City, I had many gigs to pay the bills, and one of them was coat check at a big midtown club. Linda came...

Crazy, Sexy, Cool: How Gen X Does Gray Pride

As someone who regularly looks at fashion magazines and online shopping sites, it's evident that I do not see many women my age. And though I may still be under the spell of an industry that insists that younger always looks and sells better when it comes to style,...

Midlife Moments, Sex and the City, and Me

It’s 2021 and Sex and the City is once again having a moment, more than twenty years since it first debuted and even longer since the column that inspired it graced the pages of the New York Observer. Before SATC was must-see TV, Candace Bushnell’s revolutionary column was a...

Mea Culpa: Rethinking How We Write About Women’s Fashion

A New Point of View I turned 51 a week or so ago, and with it came yet another lens to focus on what style looks like for those in our crowd.  In a recent post for AGEIST, I wrote about back-to-life clothes and showed photos of women that would not...

The Softer Side of Style: What to Wear for the Great Return, Part Two

Like many of you, I’ve been thinking about some sort of return. To life. To work. To dinner and dancing and wheeling and dealing. And with that comes a bit of anxiety. I’d be lying if I said the thought of drinking office coffee again and kissing my beloved...

Calling All the Boys of Summer: The Best Polos and White Tees for Warm-Weather Wear

With summer officially underway (my marker is always the 4th of July), let's switch gears and talk about men's style, the warm-weather edition. And speaking of the 4th, could there be a more democratic or American look than the ubiquitous polo shirt or perfect white tee? As a child of...

How to dress for real life: What to wear to go out on the town or out to dinner

Last weekend I attended a beautiful, bohemian wedding on a farm in Great Barrington, MA. The other night I had dinner with two magicians and a comic on the Lower East Side. And this weekend, I was in a podcast studio with three 30-year-old dudes riffing about New York City,...

Five Shoe Trends to Fixate on This Summer and Beyond: Meet Your New Favorite Footwear

As we re-emerge into our so-called regular lives, is it time to start thinking about shoes? Fact: I was halfway to my dry cleaners the other day when I realized I was still in my bedroom slippers. This working from home thing has repercussions when it comes to stepping outside....

How to Dress for Our Post-Pandemic Life/Style: Think Hot Girl Summer, Halston, and the New Luxury

I am someone who has always dressed for myself. I have never subscribed to rules or norms about what to wear. Call me a fashion free spirit. And since I spent most of my career in ad agencies, where I was free to wear anything, I felt fortunate to...
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