Taking Control Of Your Style Later In Life



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Keeping your style later in life can be a bit of a hassle. But with some common sense, I can confidently tell you that it doesn’t have to be as challenging as you think. Here are some tips.

Pay Special Attention to Your Smile

Is there anything more distracting to your own sense of confidence than your smile? I mean, you have to do it all the time. And it can even become a bit of a bore. But, like 50% of most people, you might be embarrassed by your smile. Especially as you get older and it begins to show signs of ageing. Issues like stains, gaps and breaks are common. But these lead to problems like bleeding gums and bad breath. So always keep up your scheduled dental appointments.

Change Up Your Wardrobe

If you’re like me, you might feel like your body is always changing. If you think your clothes are out of date, go through them with a wardrobe buddy, like a best friend. This could make for a fun night. You can see what you like by trying on new and old clothes. But remember that your opinion is the only one that really matters. I also don’t think you should try to dress in the latest style. What works for others may not help you. But dress to feel confident and comfortable.

Adjust Your Hair and Makeup Style Later in Life

Makeup and hair routines are easy to get into and hard to break. But the professionals at my local salon are always willing to help. With their help, I find ways to use makeup to feel refreshed and look healthy. The same goes for you. Your hair will eventually grow back, so don’t be nervous about cutting it short to try out different looks. Here, there aren’t any real rules besides one. Just be yourself and enjoy your style so you can express yourself how you want.

Work with Your Shape

To buy clothes that look great on you, you need to know your shape and body type. But if you have a good silhouette, you can make up for most problems. Start with your pants, which can be hard. I suggest you try jeans or slims that fit well. You can then add layers like blouses and shirts. Watch how you look from the side. But also buy clothes in different colours so that you can mix and match them as the seasons change or the situation, such as work, requires.

Don’t Forget About Undergarments

Your undergarments are essential. So, I have to say it. Clothes can really only look appealing from the top when you do it right underneath. But first, I think it’s important to get a bra fitting once a year. You already know that I love M&S, and this is another thing they do very well. But bras aren’t the only thing under your clothes. You can also wear thermal underwear when it’s cold and lighter fabrics when it’s hot. But stay aware of how they change the style of your outfit.


There’s no reason why you can’t keep your style later in life. You can prevent smile issues with dental hygiene, adjust your makeup, and don’t forget about the fit of your undergarments.


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