In your 20’s:
Now’s your time to experiment with trends and have some fun. Face it, ladies,
you’ll never look better! Start small by incorporating a graphic tee that
showcases your big personality. Pair with ripped jeans by day; fitted pencil
skirt by night.
If ever there
was a decade to rock those towering heels you’ve been eyeing, now is the time.
Try a wedge if you’re new to the rodeo, or go bold with a classic stiletto.
Whatever you choose, be sure to walk confidently - a teetering, unbalanced gait
does not a stylish lady make.
In your 30’s: By now, you’ve learned what works for your body and what doesn’t. And if you’ve
added babies to the equation, your shape has likely changed a bit in the last
decade. Fret not! A leather A-line skirt is both age-appropriate and
universally flattering, but youthful in texture. Pair with that graphic tee you
were sporting 10 years ago for a more grown-up version of the same old, lovely
climbing the corporate ladder, saving lives or changing diapers, your 30’s are
a perfect time to take yourself a bit more seriously. Don’t want to reinvent
your entire wardrobe? Just add a blazer. Whether sporting your favorite
boyfriend jeans or a fitted wrap dress, a tailored blazer adds class to any
look. Throw in a jeweled statement necklace to keep things light, rather than
In your 40’s: Feeling frumpy at 40? Meet your new best friend: the tailor. Whether you’re
less-than-enthusiastic about your widening hips or are worrisome about a
sagging bosom, tailors are magicians in disguise. Look for classic pieces in a
quality fabric (we love these slimming pants!) and throw in a few extra bucks
for a nip and tuck… no, not that kind!
underwire bra is a must if your girls are feeling the weight of 40. Pro tip:
your size might have changed drastically in the last decade, so be sure to
visit your local boutique to be fitted for your proper dimensions. This
everyday design boasts comfort, class and is - shall we say - uplifting? You’re welcome.
In your 50’s: Quality fabrics in a medium weight make all the difference in flattering your
figure, so embrace nubby textures like twill and tweed in the winter; linen in
the summer. One closet staple you’ll rely on time and time again? A classic
white button-down. If it’s good enough for Diane Keaton, it’s good enough for
woman knows the power of a great accessory, and at 50, meet yours: the scarf.
Whether tied turban-style around your hair or looped on your neck, a chiffon
scarf will add loads of personality to any wardrobe. For bonus points, try a
bold, leopard pattern - YOLO, right?