Let’s talk about fashion for women over 60. The big myth about older women is that they are no longer interested in looking stylish. In our culture, it is believed that women over 60 are invisible, untidy, and are not interested in looking sensual and beautiful.
In other words, they are no longer part of the world of fashion, art, and creative vitality. In real life, they do follow fashion and want to look stylish. That’s why this blog post is dedicated to women over 60 outfit ideas.
With age, the figure changes for each woman in different ways, someone remains slim, and someone changes more noticeable: fullness, especially in the waist, legs, hips.
How to deal with this? You just need to use the principles of visual outfit correction, choosing clearer silhouettes of a certain shape. And also choose the right color shades. And, frankly, this approach should be in the composition of the basic wardrobe of a woman at any age.
If you are a woman over 60, then I would recommend choosing classic outfits. Now is the time to go for simple elegance and freedom of choice, choose classic styles that really suit you. Don’t think that you should dive into the latest trends. After all, most “trends” are designed for young people. You will look more elegant if you focus on practical clothing, don’t buy things that you see in your favorite fashion magazine. It’s better to try on brighter colors and skip cropped clothes. This is one of the main keys to mastering fashion for women after 60 years.
Another simple, yet classy OOTD, where we see a white blazer styled with a matching color top paired with jungle print pants completed with wedge espadrille sandals. If you want to see some fresh ways how to wear tropical print this year, check out my post, I promise, you gonna be surprised to see so many fresh looks.
Women over 60 are reinventing the world in many ways. We are often embarking on new careers (either in retirement or semi-retirement), we are caring for family members, we are creating new concepts of what it means to be “older adults.”
Part of this reinvention relates to fashion. After all, fashion is a process of constant reinvention – finding ideas that work, recombining them in new ways, updating a classic style with modern touches.
Perhaps soon the fashion industry will start to cater more to women over 60 – after all, fashion is not just for 22-year-old models on fashion show runways. And women over 60 tend to have more disposable income than young people. Does this sound like a business opportunity to anyone?