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I am 75 years old,wear jeans and a pretty T-shirt during the day,dress up if going out to lunch or dinner,something long feminine nice undies and jewellry always sexy shoes and good French perfume. You are right Karin, cos I have the figure of half my age.. My style is eclectic — I wear leggings with tunics, trackkies, ugg boots, a lot of pants and tops because I can. Sure I like to dress up but comfort is my main aim at Ilike every style,one day classic,one day sporty,bohemien etc.
I am 63 years old; my conviction let me know what and what not to wear. You have a mirror, if you have to close it, grab it, or pull it down, then I think you are uncomfortable wearing it. Be comfortable and look good!!!!! I am 61 and I am so tired of people who say you are trying to look younger just because you wear the things you love. I dress more for my weight than my age. I like durable fabrics, like cotton.
Comfortable, durable outfits are hard to find. Some of the styles are rediculous. I wonder had I never worn high heels if my knees would be in better shape today. I am 62 and normally I love your page, but this one is annoying me. I cant say i agree with not wearing short skirts Some young girls have terrible legs, THEY shouldnt be wearing short skirts. Whereas i who has quite reasonable shapely legs can wear them.
In winter with opaques no problem, and maybe just on or above knee in summer. These silly rules about what 60 yr old women can wear, annoy me. Of course we are not going to wear shorts inc city or a night out, and thigh high minis or tops showing our midriff, but personally il wear what i damm wellk like within reason, skinny jeans, heels when i go oiut, and ive grown my hair and to hell with the rules. If women over 60 want to wear age appropriate clothing, ie stay press slacks, long dreary skirts, and sensible shoes and go grey gracefully thats their choice, but mine is mine.
I have always preferred classic tailored business attire. NOW, I lean towards casual clothes which are comfortable. GONE are the suits and high heels!! How to Kill It on a First Meet. Reverse Mortgages for Seniors: Legal Robbery or Legitimate Option? Fashion After 60 Advice: Enjoy the Merits of Turmeric for a High Qualit Want to Stay Connected? Tags Fashion for Women Over She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions.
Margaret can be contacted at margaret sixtyandme. You Might Also Like. Helen Sokolowski Ritchie Copeland. What ever you are happy wearing,who cares what other people think. I will never get old!!!! I am just not sure what age appropriate is…. Sheila Stephen Watkins Bryan. High heels were fun. But not good for my feet in the long term.
I wear what I like and aim to remain stylist without crossing the line into ridiculous. I went to the forum section on this topic and saw almost nothing.
Classic look is always in style. Add a few trendy accessories….. I think you should wear what you love and feel comfortable in. I am 70 and retired. I like casual, but also fashionable clothes. In fact, all of my bathing suits save one are a one-piece and I don't really understand how that can be so unusual. It's great that so many women — a demographic usually crippled by body paranoias — are happy to walk around on the beach with so much of their bodies on display, but for those of us who like to cannonball into the pool, bodyboard on the waves and generally have fun on the beach, bikinis just aren't very practical.
Think Barbara Windsor in Carry on Camping and you'll catch my drift. There are great sporty-style one-pieces out there Stella McCartney's range for Adidas is lovely — not cheap but beautiful and good quality but my preferred look is a more vintage style.
For a while, I was a devotee of Elizabeth O'Brien Berg's swimwear whose swimming suits make you look and feel like a s Hollywood starlet, though sadly she no longer seems to be designing them. Bondi Bathers swimsuits aren't quite as pretty but they are cheap and cute. ModCloth does flattering ruched ones similar to those by Norma Kamali but at a fifth of the price.
All of those are US based although they will ship to the UK but there are plenty of good retro swimsuit retailers in the UK, too, such as BettyLicious their cherry-print bathing suit is one of my favourite things in my closet. But all this is mere flotsam — pretty flotsam, but flotsam nonetheless. Because it seems to me that the real crux of your issue, Milly, is your embarrassment about your scar.
You did something amazing, you had a baby, and just because we live in some stupid society that encourages women to procreate but then to banish all signs of actual pregnancy, such as weight, feelings of sexlessness and any scars, as soon as the baby is born doesn't mean you have to accept it.
I appreciate that is harder to do than to say and if you really, really hate your scar, then, of course, feel free to cover it up. But there is a difference between self-consciousness about something because you genuinely dislike it, and being self-conscious about it because you're worried other people are looking at it. It's not always easy to discern the difference in your mind but if, after careful pondering, you suspect the problem may stem more from the latter than the former, in your mind, then please, I beg of you, try to banish such fears from your mind.
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