8 Fashion Mistakes That Are Ageing You! | Fashion 2021

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8 Fashion Mistakes That Are Ageing You! | Fashion 2021
As we get older there are a few tweaks we can make to our outfit choices to help us put our best foot forward. Of course there is a very fine line between trying to look too young and just looking the best version of your age. On the eve of turning 54 I decided to share a few of the fashion “rules” I try to follow to help me look modern without looking like I’m trying to be something I’m not – do you know what I mean?
As always thanks for watching and I’d love to hear if any of these tips resonate with you or if you have any of your own I’d love you to share them in the comments below.
Leonie
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41 Comments on “8 Fashion Mistakes That Are Ageing You! | Fashion 2021”

  1. 100% on the accessories! I’ll wear a basic (all black or jeans & a tee) outfit & spice things up with my shoes & accessories! I don’t invest in clothing because of fast changing styles but I do splurge on shoes and handbags.

  2. Great tips! Thanks for this video. I’ve been struggling with this for a few years. I was working at a Corporate office and so while I had to conform to suits, I still tried to let my style show. However it’s in private times I struggle. I love your videos, they help so much.

    1. Casual wear is often the hardest to crack – it can be tricky to strike a good balance between comfort and style. Maybe try to look on Pinterest and save some looks you like and try to recreate them from clothes you already own? Just a thought 🙂

  3. I’ve outgrown listening to people tell me how to dress, look and feel, even with many professionals who I see often on YouTube over 50, no bikini, no low blouses because your neck shows your age. I look at them and think “maybe you but your body isn’t mine”. I feel comfortable in my body and wear whatever I like from leggings with cute ankle boots to a v-neck with a nice necklace. I even wear halters because I have a nice back and my husband loves me in them. He always smile when I come out my dressing room. Women, especially, got to take back their power and stop letting people age us, pushing us in the back, making us question ourselves. You know if something looks good and feels comfy on you and long as you know, wear it.

  4. Being 60 this year, I’ve been aware of my adapting my style as I go for quite a few years now. When I was 50 it was a crisis point as I had no idea how to transition… I’m much happier in my own skin now and have a little rack of floral dresses just ready for this summer! My arms are what I cover up though as they are not lean and now I’ve lost weight they are crepey.. so I get clever at cardigans and little cover ups.

  5. Whenever I do put on a bit of weight stick to buying jewellery shoes and accessories.
    When I reach my goal weight start shopping for clothes again.
    Have built a fabulous wardrobe with accessories.
    Enjoy as always the fresh content of your videos.

    1. I keep clothes I like in different sizes and whenever my size changes I buy a few new trendy pieces at least even if I plan on losing weight. You can never guarantee you will be the same size forever. All sorts of things happen. You can still take care of your appearance and be glamorous even if you are not as slim as you would like.

  6. love your point! I turn 48, We need sometimes that comfort lecture to enjoy this coming this next decade and
    enjoy. Thanks Leone for your words, and of course, we are learning with the pandemia issue, and we can work for ourselves, and share it to the family new “shop my closet” episodes, to share or even lawn something cool from the relatives and have fun and joy together. Greetings from Tijuana, Mexico. And my best wishes to your people

  7. I see a lot of older ladies where I live that match things. Like for example their sneakers, bag and coat have to be the same shade of pink, red or yellow. It looks dated, honestly.

  8. There are no rules when it comes to fashion anymore. I agree with you, wear what makes you happy and brings you joy. Fashion is a form of expression, have fun, there are not rules.

    1. @The Style Insider I’m naturally thin, and have a sort of ‘gothic’ overtone to my style- I’ve had to soften up my makeup in the past 5 + years, and eat more haha !

  9. Love when women give others permission to wear what ever you want, age doesn’t matter. Just be comfortable. Get tired of hearing that isn’t age appropriate. I plan on never being age appropriate. Ne Er was. No reason to start now.

  10. That said, you do you and I do me. I still walk around in pigtails. Feeling good in our skin is everything. No to living according to anybody else’s rules. Yay us!

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