Over 50 Modeling

Published October 21, 2020 by Maryanne


October 2020, Weehawken, NJ

I was honored to work with photographer Joseph Shade of Crimrise Photography, last week. He’s an incredible photographer and we had a great time working together.

Autumn in New Jersey is absolutely amazing. It was so windy, especially by the waterfront, but as you can see in this shoot — it worked in our favor!

With this shoot, I want to encourage all women over 50 that we are still beautiful, relevant, and modern! I turned 57 on August 19 — and am proud of it!

Jeans by Democracy; shoes by Katy Perry Collections; Eye glasses by Guess.

Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta can be reached at: maryannechristiano@gmail.com.

She is available for blogging, ghost writing, writing. She is also available for book signings and motivational speaking engagements. In addition to Love Cats, she is the author of the following books :

“Be (Extra)Ordinary: 10 Ways to Become Your Own Hero” is available on Amazon. To get your paperback or Kindle version, visit:Be (Extra)Ordinary

“I Don’t Want to Be Like You” is available on Amazon. To get your paperback, Kindle or audio copy, go here: I Don’t Want To Be Like You

Her fiction book “Love Cats” second printing is now available, under the pen name Krystianna Mercury, from Pink Flamingo. You can purchase it here: Love Cats

Visit Maryanne’s You Tube Channel here: Be YOUnique

5 comments on “Over 50 Modeling

  • Yep… you still got it! I can’t believe you’re in your 50’s! Your secret is safe with me lol!!

    Modeling is something I’ve talked about a few times on my own blog. If I were a woman I’d want to see a real woman. Like, for instance, plus size pantyhose where a girl who weighs 100 pounds soaking wet stretches the product to eternity to show how stretchy it is for plus size women… 🤦‍♂️ even I felt insulted..

    • It’s no secret, I’m proud of my age. And ALL women are REAL, including thin ones.
      Do not try to pit women against each other. It is not welcome here. Typical misogynist male behavior, and I’m sure you weren’t going for that.

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