Sometimes i feel the same as you. I am 19 yers old. And I wear so much vintage clothes which are really for grandmothers. or some 82’s style. It looks well on me because i am young. But when my mom asks my advice, most of my clothes don’t suit her because of her age. she looks like granny. I mean vintage clothes on her looks not chic at all! So when i have to dress older age women, I usually give them very trendy clothes : jeans + jackets, for example. Heels and nag also has to be very youth trendy. This is the way my mom looks very popular and interesting.
as i think about myself, i will when i am older i will try to keep following fashion and just see what people are tend to wear on fashion parties where are so much old but in fashion industry personas.posted over 1 year ago
I at one point thought I would want to try one of the three eldest Kardashian sisters’ style as I got older, but I will be living in Danielson, Connecticut. Pretty sure I would stick out like a snobby sore thumb, and not in good way.posted over 1 year ago
Here’s my plan. I’m going to work out loads, hopefully be in as good a shape as Cameron Diaz and then continue wearing the stuff from my youth. A girl can dream.posted over 1 year ago
Well, I’m on the awkward brink of being a teenager as 14 years old, and trying to find age~ appropriate clothing is very hard. Either it’s for ladies in their early 20s or for like children. So I dress very differently everyday because I cant find a specific style for my age (hope that made sense)!posted over 1 year ago
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I worry about this too. I think it all depends on how much skin is exposed. Regardless of how much a woman is in shape, exposing too much skin can make you look like your trying to dress younger than you are. Not exposing enough can be too old ladyish lol I’m not really a fan of Angelina Jolie, but I notice she remains stylish and classy for her age. Like you said, you’re only 20 and still have time. Your taste will change and gradually adapt as you age each year.posted over 1 year ago
I think more important than dressing age appropriate is dressing well for your figure. Right now you don’t know what your tastes will be when you are older.
At 20 years old, your concern should be “not dressing too old” but I assume you don’t do that.
Keep in mind as years go by, fashions will change anyways and if you want to look chic, you might have to dress a bit younger. I am 37 and one thing our generation had was those god-awful mom jeans and shorts (aka “high waisted”) but these days, most women my age would not be caught dead in them.
But yeah no need to obsess about what your style is gonna be 10 or more years from now.posted over 1 year ago
I think as you get older, your style will start to define based on where you are in life. For example, if you get a job in a classy sort of environment, your fashion will follow suit. If you take more of an artsy kind of job like a hair stylist or make up artist, you can dress a little more edgy.
I’ve found that after having my son, I’ve grown to love my shape more and am drawn to girly dresses and prints. Half of my closet right now is flowy dresses and skirts. I didn’t mean to start dressing more girly, it just sort of happened. For the most part, I think you’ll figure out what looks great on you and what is appropriate for you at whatever age!posted over 1 year ago