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Dressing for your age is officially outdated- here is why!

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.Photo credit: dressstyle.me

We often tend to keep the same uniform for years, because we feel comfortable and we know that it works best for our body type. But let’s face it, there’s no memo that goes around saying you can’t wear denim cutoffs when you hit 30.

Sure, every outfit have a time and a place, but forgoing loud prints just because you have wrinkles? This does not apply anymore. The idea of dressing for your age is officially outdated, and we’ve found the women to prove it.

The most stylish women know you don’t have to give up tailored skirts when you become grandma and you should definitely introduce cashmere cardigans before you turn 60. These independent style DNA attributes have retailers and makeup artists eager to collaborate and sell their style to the masses. Think Ines De la Fressange and Carine Roitfelf for Uniqlo.

So next time you’re wondering if you’re “too old” for something, don’t think twice and go for it, because  if you love it, makes you feel and look good, means it’s definitely the right choice.

Scroll through the pictures below to get inspired by the women, who preach that there’s no such thing as dressing your age, just dress like yourself.

Be yourself,
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Lisa Rodin

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.

Carine Roitfeld

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.

Iris Apfel

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.

Helen Mirren

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.

Natalie Massenet

Dressing for yourself regarding your age is the best way to express your style.

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