dressing your age

When you wear clothing made for a different generation, you're making yourself look older.
Contrary to much anxious industry speculation, I don't crave extreme entertainment when I shop. I am not looking to ski, surf or take in a show at the same time. I simply want to find a wider selection of exciting clothes and accessories to choose from that make sense for my current age and lifestyle.
While it's what's on the inside that truly counts, it never hurts to have smart, spiffy attire that also lets your affable
ll that sunshine and fresh air energizes me and puts me in the mood for a good spring cleaning (and a deep exfoliation). It makes me want to feng shui my life, one closet at a time.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this post incorrectly referred to Qozop as a female, when he is, in fact, a male artist
"You've got to deal well with your hair. A ponytail on a 70 year old is not attractive... I do see them and it breaks my
Time to bring life back into every piece of clothing you own, and revamp your closet without buying anything new. The biggest favor you will do for yourself this season is not to fall for the summer sales.
Yes, yes, yes: 50 is the new 30, we hear. But does that mean post 50 women should be dressing like their younger counterparts
I've already started planning my personal style guide for life's next chapter. According to Wikipedia, the term "senior citizen