And yet, so many of the most fashionable people I know are women over 60! Women over 60 are often more fashionable than we used to be when we were younger, because we have better self-confidence and a stronger sense of self — we know how to dress for who we are. When people try to dress in styles that would be more appropriate for someone much younger, they paradoxically make themselves look much older.
To be honest, we find the idea of age-appropriate dressing quite boring. Read on for some serious inspiration, and proof that when it comes to personal style, age really is just a number. Legendary actress Elaine Stritch passed away inbut her style lives on.
Each year I do a closet redo: I throw out clothing, shoes and handbags I have not worn in one year, even if they have a price tag. There are, of course, some exceptions — items I treasure. Read More.
With so many online fashion sites popping up for twenty-something girls, it can be hard to find retailers dedicated to designing clothing for women who want something more sophisticated. Shopping for not-so-revealing dresses can be tricky business. This well-known retailer stocks a trendy collection of women's dresses, available in special sizes like plus and maternity, and at a price your wallet will love.
In the fast-paced fashion industryit can often feel like there's a glaring lens always refocusing on what's youthful and new. Just take one peek at these eight awesome trendsetters, and you'll see what we mean. Read on for a look at eight inspiring real women and then shop pieces for women of every age.
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Whether you want to flaunt what you've got, strategically slim, or highlight your finest assets, there's a dress that's perfect for every age, style, and body type. Below, we've rounded up a selection of our favorite looks that are sure to flatter for every occasion. The simple silhouette of this punchy pink shift dress belies it's wear-everywhere superpowers: a sturdy cotton fabric with waist-cinching seams, and—everyone's favorite—pockets.
No one these days questions my right to a bus pass and only too rarely do they express amazement at my age — which is 61 to get that out of the way. However, what I do get increasingly is compliments on the way I dress. Found her style: Emma wears trench, tank and trousers, all by Joseph, with Tod's flats, left, a departure from the time she regretfully wore a cowgirl look on a family holiday, right. There have been many surprises about hitting my 60s, but none so pleasing or so totally unexpected as this.
Who says that your fashion game needs to leave the field when you are nearing or in your 50s? I could go on for days on end! Women age gracefully, and like wine, they only get better with time.