How To Dress Your Age But Not Look Too Old
Dressing your age is not just about what is appropriate, but also about what looks the best. Looking great at any age makes you feel great, and confidence is a look that never goes out of style.
Your twenties are all about having fun. This is the time to show off with bold colors and prints. You are never going to be this young again, so have fun with it. Go for flirty looks that show your wild side is a big part of how to dress your age.
Spring 2016 is going to be all about cut outs and metallic gold. Look for cropped shirts with cut-out sleeves and metallic gold skirts and pants. Display your personality for all to see with vibrantly printed t-shirts and all sorts of embellishments like bows. I also love some boots with that skirt and T just to make it pop.
As you mature, so should your wardrobe. Update your look by taming your wild side just a little, while still letting your personality show through.
The best Spring fashion trends for you to look forward to are layers and vests. Keep those bold printed t-shirts and layer them with trendy knee length vests and boots. When trying to learn how to dress your age, it’s important that you pay attention to what the magazines and other women your age are wearing. Do they look old in the clothing? Try something else.
Embroidery is big this season, and it’s a look too perfect not to pull off in your forties. Embroidered vests are in and they are the perfect addition to your more mature, but still high fashion, wardrobe. Just make it stylish and not overdone – you know when it’s trying too hard.
Spring 2016 has some great looks to pull together the best fashionable, but age appropriate, look for women in their forties. High-waisted slacks paired with turtle neck blouses, topped off with a delicately embroidered vest or open cardigan is a perfect look for the woman in the prime of her life. You can still go with a pop of color or a trendy jacket if you like, but keep the mainstays of your wardrobe in check.
Dressing your age does not mean dulling down your wardrobe. It simply means updating it to fit you better at each stage of your life.
Much of the 2016 spring fashion simply cannot be pulled off by teenagers. These looks are meant for strong women who have come into their own and truly own their personalities. This season, for example, big embellishments and bold shapes are on display. No one can pull off these retro looks better than women who are in their fifties. Beautiful blouses with bows at the neck and puffed sleeves, for example, just scream mature high fashion. These trends were meant for you.
This season has looks to fit every woman. Update your look according to what best fits your age appropriate style and turn heads no matter your age.
What are your thoughts on how you should dress at different stages of life? Tell me about it in the comments.