Naturally you can get dressed any which way you like, but if you don't wish to look like you are seventeen, like you are trying too hard to stay young or seem older than you are, you may like some guidelines as to ways to dress after 50. Here are just some of the important things women over 70 have to recognize.
Kindly note that these are just STANDARD tips. They absolutely don't apply to everyone.
Still, I also believe in dressing to your strong points and taking your body into account so if you prefer to have a few guidelines on ways to dress after 70, then you can find them below
What are some of the things you need to keep away from? The 925 Galleria blog offers good fashion tips for women over 50, and you can wtahc some of their fashion tips videos at their YouTube channel, but I will give you a few of my own suggestions.
Don't buy clothing that do not beautify you, regardless of whether it's the trends this year. For this it's essential to know your physique, which I will go over in upcoming posts.
Try not to be too matchy-matchy or too polished. It's great to mix things up and be a bit more playful. A 2 piece suit will very quickly look old. Better to mix that jacket with one more skirt or pants and look effortlessly chic.
Refrain from purchasing materials that are too cheap as they are usually not flattering or will not last. You can see some attributes of fabrics here. Best to get only the clothes that you love and that have a chance of lasting.
Don't mix a fitted dress or trousers with a tight top. Aim to have either a fitted skirt with a loser top or vice versa. See also my recommendations on how to wear leggings over 60.
Virtually nothing is more vital than dressing in a manner in which satisfies and represents you. If you know your style and know your body you can break one of the regulations or add items from the 'don't list' as you please. My find your style challenge will help with that.
Determine the clothing fundamentals that are unique to your style. Have more lasting premium quality items in your wardrobe. These vary for each style personality but some significant classics are:
Mix and match designer label pieces with non-designer ones.