How Old Is Too Old in Fashion?3-TBdress Reviews

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When it comes to the following types of apparel, how old is too old?
When Are Women Too Old to Wear …
1. Leather?
“Leather pants can be extremely chic when paired with the right outfit,” Logan remarks. “I recently saw a woman in her sixties wearing leather pants with a tunic blouse, and she looked stunning.” Even leather biker jackets, Jones claims, can be hot on older women; as she reported in the Daily Mail, “No, seriously, a nipped-in leather jacket can look fabulous at any age—just check out Joan Rivers, 75. My friend Caroline, who is 65, wears hers with everything, and looks great. Best not to team it with an old-lady perm, though.”
2. If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It
In September 2008, legendary 1960s model and longtime fashion icon Twiggy sat down with the Daily Mail to promote her new book, A Guide to Looking and Feeling Fabulous Over Forty, a motivational guide for women nearing and in middle age that gives them ideas for remaining on-trend and flattering their figures. “I don’t understand people getting depressed about growing older,” Twiggy said. “There is nothing you can do about it, so you might as well embrace it … [And aging] doesn’t mean giving up on style and individuality.” Logan concurs, stating, “I believe women get sexier and more fashionable with age, so no clothing item is off-limits if it is worn with confidence and class.” Making careful fashion choices and knowing what styles best complement our body type are essential as we get older, but with a little forethought, it’s never too late to dress to impress.

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Today, TBdress Reviews would like to share with you How Old Is Too Old in Fashion?. Hope you can enjoy it!
When it comes to the following types of apparel, how old is too old?
When Are Women Too Old to Wear …
1. A Midriff-baring Top?
Crop tops can be especially tricky to pull off, although Logan concedes, “Midriff-baring tops can be highly appropriate and chic when worn with a high-waisted short or jean so that the belly is not exposed … Crop tops worn with high-waisted bottoms are very trendy at the moment, and when they are layered with a tank, they can be a very forward and confident look for an older woman.” As with miniskirts, however, the wearer’s particular body shape should be the deciding factor. In other words, a forty-year-old woman with six-pack abs might look sexy showing off her hard work, but she’s likely the exception, not the rule.
2. High Heels?
Logan emphatically declares, “Women are never too old for heels!” But that doesn’t mean wearing five-inch stilettos is acceptable at any age—as Jones explained in the Daily Mail, “Unless you are the editor of French Vogue, you are best avoiding bondage shoes and lots of constricting straps when you are the wrong side of 50. Let’s face it, your fingers aren’t as nimble as they once were at doing things up, and those tiny holes on the straps are miles from your bi-focals. Far better are slim platforms, flattering thin ankle straps, or pointy courts in bright colours (but avoid navy colours unless you want to look 100 years old).”

How Old Is Too Old in Fashion?-TBdress Reviews

Today, TBdress Reviews would like to share with you How Old Is Too Old in Fashion?. Hope you can enjoy it!
Everywhere we look, we’re bombarded with slick advertisements featuring stick-thin, adolescent models effortlessly rocking this season’s sexiest fashion trends. For women in their thirties, forties, and beyond who spend most days struggling just to keep their metabolism going, wearing micro-minis, sky-high heels, and teeny bikinis can feel like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole. Fortunately, according to Sarah Logan, buyer for GUESS by Marciano, “there has been a recent and welcome shift in the world of fashion: no longer is it focusing on trend-obsessed twentysomething girls to define and inspire what is fashionable; instead, there is a new and refreshing movement that embraces the class and confidence of women thirty-five and over to define what is stylish.” With that said, an outfit that makes one woman shine may do another a great disservice, especially when trends that fashion experts consider age-sensitive are involved. So when it comes to the following types of apparel, how old is too old?
When Are Women Too Old to Wear …
1. A Miniskirt?
When it comes to wearing short skirts, the general consensus among fashion aficionados is that the condition of a woman’s knees should determine her hemline. Former Marie Claire editor Liz Jones wrote in the Daily Mail in August 2008, “When I wrote about how old is too old for a miniskirt a decade ago, the cut-off point was 25. But women now look better for longer, so we can show off our thighs into the cusp of middle age if our knees have stood the test of time.” Logan agrees, adding, “If worn with opaque tights, women of any age can wear miniskirts. Footwear choice also plays a role here. Paired with flat boots, a miniskirt can be chic and understated. If a lady decides to bare her legs and wear stilettos with her miniskirt, she should have amazing legs and be prepared for attention.”
2. A Bikini?
Logan declares, “If a woman works tirelessly to get her body in bikini shape, then age should not matter.” Case in point: Dame Helen Mirren, who, just a few days shy of her sixty-third birthday in 2008, appeared in publications around the world baring enviable curves in a red bikini in southern Italy. Logan also notes that pairing a particularly revealing bikini with “the right sheer cover-up or wrap” makes all the difference between trashy and tasteful: “No fashion-conscious woman should wear a tiny bikini without an additional layer of clothing unless she is sunbathing or swimming.”

Diamonds Aren’t a Girl’s Best Friend-TBdress Reviews

Today, TBdress Reviews would like to share several important reasons for never, ever buy (or accept) a diamond. Hope you can enjoy it!
1. Diamonds are anything but an “investment”:
A 1-carat diamond will set him back about $5,000, which amounts to $710,000 per ounce. Worse even than a car once it’s driven off the sales lot, a diamond will never be worth what you’ve paid for it. Try to trade it or sell it or pawn it and you’ll be sorely disappointed. Do you know why? Because their “worth” has been artificially inflated! Diamonds aren’t scarce or rare.
2. Diamond mines damage the environment:
This is important, even though it’s true of all types of mining, not just diamond mining. Mines are dangerous for workers (including children) and threaten our planet, too. I wish there were a way to dig that deep without so much damage.
And last but definitely not least …
3. A diamond is not forever:
Nothing is forever, my friends. Engagements, marriages, jobs, you name it. If they happen to last a long time, then you are indeed a very lucky person. Why do we kid ourselves into believing that a sparkling rock, delivered to us on the backs of the abused, purchased for more than it’s worth, marketed for more than it means, and obtained at the expense of our own dear planet will keep love alive?
And please tell me why I still melt, just a little, at the sight of a beautiful, shimmering diamond ring perched on a shelf in a store window.

Clothes to Leave at Home2-TBdress Reviews

We hate to admit it, because we personally feel that clothes shouldn’t matter. In a perfect world, a person would be judged at their workplace based solely on the caliber of their work. Unfortunately, that’s not how the world works.
There are some things that professionals should just never wear—ever.
Today, TBdress Reviews will show you what these things are and why they’re a terrible wardrobe choice. And if you’re guilty of having one in your closet, we’ll give you a much better alternative.
1. Footless Leggings and Spandex/Yoga Pants:
Leggings and spandex pants are perfect for your next yoga or Pilates class, not for your upcoming presentation—or even a conference call. Yes, even a call. No one can see what you’re wearing over the phone, but that’s our point: they’re never appropriate for the office, not as a layer under a skirt and especially not worn alone as pants.
What’s worse? Extremely bold-hued leggings, leggings with zipped hems, or the worst, a combination of the two.
2. Message Tees:
It may be cute or funny or so totally true to you, but you never know how other people are going to react. You might be an Italian Princess or The World’s Greatest Mom, but those honorable titles are best kept for your weekend wear.
3. Heavy—or no—Makeup:
We hate to say it, but it is a fact that women who wear makeup in business generally get better jobs, get promoted more quickly, and get paid more. Whether we like it or not, we live in a very visual world and we get judged on appearances. In fact, in a survey printed in the Times, 64 percent of directors said that women who wore makeup look more professional and 18 percent of directors said that women who do not wear makeup “look like they can’t be bothered to make an effort.”
Overall, remember the way that you dress is the packaging of your personal brand; whether you like it or not, you will be judged on your appearance.
If you have more than ten items in your daily beauty regimen, you should probably pare down. Try out using only mascara, powder or a light foundation, and blush. You’ll be surprised at the results!
4. What You Wore Yesterday:
Wearing the same thing the next day says a little too much about your personal life and might make people wonder exactly why you didn’t make it home last night. A fight? A one night stand? An affair? Gossip will fly. You’ll look anything but refreshed and ready to take on the day. It makes you look tired, exhausted, and begging to go home. Don’t make anyone question your preparedness or qualifications (or morals!), especially in this economy.

Clothes to Leave at Home1-TBdress Reviews

We hate to admit it, because we personally feel that clothes shouldn’t matter. In a perfect world, a person would be judged at their workplace based solely on the caliber of their work. Unfortunately, that’s not how the world works.
There are some things that professionals should just never wear—ever.
Today, TBdress Reviews will show you what these things are and why they’re a terrible wardrobe choice. And if you’re guilty of having one in your closet, we’ll give you a much better alternative.
1. Crocs:
Crocs are for the beach. For small children. For working in the garage or around the house. We realize they have cool antibacterial and slip-resistant properties going for them, but even their website admits that Crocs were originally “intended as a boating/outdoor shoe.” Face it, Crocs are not for the office.
2. Scrunchies:
Because scrunchies went out of fashion at the same time fanny packs did. Wearing one only emphasizes your need for a makeover, not a raise. Bows, or ribbons tied into bows, also fall into this particular Don’t. Ribbons in your hair are appropriate for the seventh grade cheerleading squad and other teenage displays of team unity. Not. Professional.
3. Sweatshirts and Sweatpants:
Save your sweats for the gym or a night spent vegging on the couch or sleeping. They don’t want to go to work, so please don’t bring them in! Plainly put: sweatpants and sweatshirts are much too casual to be professional, and they scream, “I’m lazy! Please fire me!” Even people who work at fitness centers don’t wear sweats to work, so you shouldn’t either.

Dressing like a princess-TBdress Reviews


Today, TBdress Reviews would like to share some tips for looking fabulous for less. Hope you can enjoy it!
1. Accessories are a “make or break”:
Accessories can make or break your look, so it’s important to accessorize each outfit in the correct way.
Never pile on the jewels. If you are wearing a simple top or dress then add a statement necklace, earrings or cocktail ring. Always add a touch of glamour with your jewelry.
2. Fashion and Style:
There should be three classic essentials in every woman’s wardrobe: a white shirt, a black blazer and jeans.
These are timeless items that can be worn together to create a regal chic look and can easily be mixed and matched with other items in your wardrobe. For example, you can pair the blazer with a cocktail dress for the evening or with a summer dress during the day, if you are cold.
3. Don’t suffer for your fashion:
It is intrinsic to anybody’s style aesthetic to be comfortable! That is why you should always wear comfortable and practical high heels.
Apart from the fact that Kate Middleton is nice and tall, this is why you never see her in painfully high court shoes. Uncomfortable footwear affects your posture, as well as your enjoyment!
4. Glam it up with a clutch bag:
For the spring-summer season, one of my favorite trends is the brightly colored block jeweled evening clutches and day bags.
You can get the maximum impact by wearing a minimal outfit in beige, white or black with one of these stunning bags for your day or evening look.

 

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