Black especially around your face is too harsh and shows every wrinkle. It actually ages you. Lighten up!
Do not go frumpy. If you have a great body, wear fitted clothes. If you don’t have a flawless figure STILL wear fitted clothes, only less fitted in the areas you don’t want to accentuate.
Jersey is NOT your friend. It shows every bump and bulge. Opt for stiffer fabrics like cotton and wool.
Yes, some 90’s trends are back, but the actual clothes you wore that decade are not.
If you have a 17 year-old daughter please resist the urge to raid her closet or buy what she buys. You will not look cool in a crop top (I don’t care if you have a six-pack) nor in short shorts.
You are not 80 and even if you are, don’t dress it! Now if you want to borrow your mom’s Chanel bag, that’s another story…
Jewelry, bags, shoes and glasses are the easiest and some of the least expensive ways to update your look each season.
Covering every inch of your body including your neck is a dead giveaway that you are hiding. A v-neck or a longer necklace will draw the attention away from your neck.
Don’t go there! (See dressing like your daughter). It’s time to leave a little to the imagination.
Leave this trend to the millennials. Chunky shoes also make your legs look heavy. Stick with a slimming pointy toe pump or flat instead. And never, ever wear heavy, ugly walking shoes that are “so comfortable.”