The Best You in Every Season
/ Categories: Lifestyle, Arts & Culture

The Best You in Every Season

Bev and Val of Seasons Embraced

Bev Gross and Val Pursel, two friends from Michigan, have lived their our whole lives embracing their Midwest roots. They are entrepreneurs, wives, moms, stepmoms, grandmothers, friends, sisters and Shih Tzu owners. After careers in medical sales and academic administration (Val) and dental hygiene (Bev), they have created a blog Seasons Embraced for women over 50, who are at that stage in life where experience has taught them a thing or two. They seek to find value in the people, moments and outfits that women place themselves in.

They chose the name “Seasons Embraced,” to highlight fashion choices for the four distinct seasons the Midwest offers and to embrace the season of life.

Dressing should be fun! When you leave your home in the morning, whether it is going to work, running errands or anything the day holds, dressing in your “personal style” allows you to feel confident, happy and ready to embrace the day! They have always enjoyed the creative expression that comes from fashion and are thrilled to have the opportunity to share this.

Previous Article WATCH: Medicare Coverage: Issues & Options
Next Article WATCH: Dos and Don'ts in the Workplace

Sponsored Content


Sponsored Content



Sponsored Content




Coronavirus Resources

WATCH: 'The Insider' - The... WATCH: 'The Insider' - The...

WATCH: 'The Insider' - The...

Andrea Sachs, founder and editor of The Insider - the world’s oldest pandemic magazine, discusses her goals of reaching readers during and after the pandemic.
Combatting Loneliness Combatting Loneliness

Combatting Loneliness

As we are Gracefully Greying, loneliness can be an issue.  This is especially true if we have lost a spouse, a significant other, or good friends. Grief, depression, and loneliness often go hand in hand.  Recognizing...
WATCH: What is the New Normal... WATCH: What is the New Normal...

WATCH: What is the New Normal...

Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack discusses the profound and rapid change in the court system in 2020, 2021 and beyond.

All Categories

Sponsored Content