We all want to look younger. We try to wear the right makeup to look younger and we even try to learn the tips and tricks on how to apply this makeup just so in hopes that we look younger. We can do the same with fashion.
The following are a few simple fashion tips and tricks that can make all of us look younger and possibly feel younger, too.
Enjoy the new black
Everyone all ready knows that black has a slimming power. But did you know it has the ability to make people look younger, too. What is the new way to wear black? Pair it with white. The white and black combo looks stylish and playful at the same time, giving the wearer a nice youthful glow.
Enjoy some of the new trends
Don’t think that age means that you can’t enjoy the new trends. New trends can be for everyone. Just pick and choose the trend that is right for you, the person. One you may want to try now is the look of a ruffled white blouse or possible something trimmed in leather.
Allow your sexy legs to show
Who says that women over 40 don’t have sexy legs? Many women over 40 still have lean and very sexy legs. Don’t hide them. Show them off. Allow your hems to just above the knee once a while and allow your legs to shine.
Put those mommy jeans away
Consider wearing a darker wash possibly a lower waist and a slimmer cut thigh pair of jeans.
Enjoy your day off with a fun casual look
Nothing is sexier than a plain white tee-shirt and a pair of jeans. If you feel you must wear a shirt, try adding a button down shirt over the white tee-shirt and you have the perfect casual look.
Enjoy those tunics
Want to look dressed up and feel comfortable, too? Try pairing a slim pair of pants with a long tunic. You can even add a nice slim belt to this tunic. The look will help you conceal any extra pounds you may have and still make you look sleek and sexy.
The key to fashion is to wear what makes you feel good. Don’t worry about exactly what is in and what isn’t. Sometimes it is a lot more fun to create your own styles with a current it piece and combining it with a piece from season’s gone past.