How amazing that fashion always helps. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on accessorises, bags and expensive clothes, you just need to me smart and have a bit of taste. Plus, I think it is always very useful to check Pinterest and Instagram, to follow some of the super cool fashion icons +50, that have really good style. Never copy, just get inspired! And here we go with some tips.
Find the right pants
You might start carrying weight in different areas as you get older. If you have more around your muffin-top area, pants and jeans that fasten with a zipper or button can squeeze in, creating that uncomfortable spillage. Ditch the fly and find a pair of flattering pants that you can pull right on.
Find the bright colours
Black is popular because it’s so versatile, but its starkness can make you seem older. For your new go-to versatile pieces, choose browns and grays, which will make you seem younger and more approachable. Darker shades tend to read more conservative and give off the message of more of an authority, polished feel. On the other hand, lighter, brighter shades make you seem more open and fun, which in turn make you look younger.
Smartly reveal your décolleté
Choose tops that reveal your décolleté to display a spot that shows little aging. If you’re lucky enough to be one of those women without sun damage, you won’t have wrinkles there. When you do choose to show that off, you’re going to win the war on aging.
Use style not trends
If you’re trying to follow the latest trends then you’re automatically going to be thrown into the ‘trying too hard’ group. It’s important that you try and dress younger, not like your children or grandchildren.
Use simply accessories
Be picky when deciding which to show off every day. Instead of piling on bracelets and necklaces, remove a few pieces before heading out the door. Be careful about shoes: it’s still age-appropriate to wear heels, the perfect level of style is when there’s some comfort in there.
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