Here are The Style Mistakes That Make You Look Old
Just like makeup, our dressing styles also matter in how we look and how other people will perceive us. Most of us have the slogan ‘dress to impress’ and follow it to the letter.
Just like makeup, our dressing styles also matter in how we look and how
other people will perceive us. Most of us have the slogan ‘dress to impress’
and follow it to the letter. However, most of our clothes may make us look
older and dumpy even when most of your friends would not tell you. Read
on to find out the fashion mistakes you do that make you look a bit elderly
than your age.
When we add a little weight, we tend to hide that behind bigger clothes. In
other cases, we just end up buying clothes that are bigger than our size
and that will make us look grown and will add volume that we do not need,
therefore looking older.
The eye glasses are still part of what we wear and putting on the wrong
pair of glasses will make us look mature, thus, older. Thin-metal framed
glasses are reserved for the grannies of nowadays. Remember, bolder
and bigger frames that do not hide your eyes are trending right now. Before
you purchase any, make sure you fit different ones so that you settle on
that which suites you best.
For hairstyles, wearing a hairstyle that is more curly or wavy will leave you
looking older but wearing a less wavy or straight hair will make you look
younger. Above all, wearing a hairstyle that exposes your face will also
keep you looking younger, brighter and more energetic.
We all want to look younger than what we are. That’s just how it is. But trying
to look younger should not equate to buying clothes that are meant for a
teenager. When you do that, you end up looking way older than you really are
since the contrast between your age and the clothes you’re wearing becomes
just too wide. Instead, to look younger, wear clothes that are actually
appropriate for your age. And style them right! Accessories can make a
hugely positive difference in your appearance.
Trust me when I say this, your choice of shoes can easily make or break your
outfit. Hence, it’s wiser not to pick the shoe that’s currently all the rage right
now, but one that suits your clothes, age, and weight. For example, blocky,
chunky heels do not look good on plus-sized women. And rarely do brightly
colored canvas shoes in neon shades appear flattering on a 30-year-old.
Slimmer shoes look better on plus-sized women, and plain converses add a
touch of sophistication to a casual attire.
Looking good does not mean blindly following what’s trending. It’s all about
developing your own personal style that helps you always look dressed to the
nines, even as you grow older!