Shu Uemura Duocolor Blush in Fresh Apricot, $18.90 (was $35) Orange blush! Have you tried orange blush? You should. It's great, especially for darker skin tones. This one comes with its own highlighter, so really it's only nine bucks if you think super hard about it.
What's with the Eileen Fisher haterade? I mean, it's not cheap, and it's clearly not designed for young women, but older women need to clothe themselves in something, and this stuff is made of quality fabrics, is stylish, versatile, minimalistic, a bit arty, skims over body parts we don't want emphasized, has interesting silhouettes and style longevity, and mixes well with others.
If you don't like the drapey, voluminous stuff, there is plenty that's body-conscious. Her palette is neutral and muted. And it is very different from the baggy, shapeless Mom clothes she was designing in the 80s and 90s. Can someone explain to me why it's considered so fugly?