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krista090 asked:

07 Jan 2013

Fashion advice

I am 23 years old, and still need a bit of fashion advice. I've always gone shopping with my mum , and sometimes borrow things from her wardrobe, which tends to give me a bit of a mature (not always in a good way). What advice can I get in order to get my own personal style and to recognise clothes for being age appropriate?

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jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 07 Jan 2013

Well over the last few years, it seems like there's more and more in common about clothes for different generations. (look at how some really young girls dress to look like celebs and stuff). But I understand where you're coming from--you don't want to look like your mom's twin. So here's a few ideas:

* Hemlines - You don't have to wear ultra-short skirts or anything, but while you still can do it, why not show off a little leg (either bare or with tights). I mean you'll soon be at a point where mini-skirts aren't appropriate. So wear a few now. (Stacey London of "What not to Wear" says "No miniskirts after 35" xD). If you can still wear juniors sizes, you'll find more age-appropriate clothes there.

* Jeans - Unless you mom has a fabulous figure, she's probably wearing moms' jeans which won't look good on you. You can still wear skinnies or attractive boot-cut jeans. So buy your own and never borrow moms.

* Colors - Everybody likes different colors, but I think younger people look better in vibrant colors. For warmer weather, you can also handle richer pastels. Find out what colors are "in" for the season, and if they look good on you, buy one piece and try them out. Check out this link for more info:

http://www.pantone.com/pages/fcr.aspx?pg=20949&ca=4

* Prints and patterns - There are certain prints and patterns that scream "too old." Stick to simpler prints, although there's nothing wrong with a floral print skirt with a simple plain top.

* Shoes and accessories - If you're tall, you can look awesome in young looking ballet flats. You don't need really high heels to look gorgeous. Buy some young-looking purses in denim and straw looks in nice colors. You can wear tights in colors that your mom shouldn't. So, do it.

Hope these ideas help get you started.

ramilyn

ramilyn says:

Posted on 05 Apr 2013

You can mix and match your outfits. You can actually wear clothes in different ways. All you have to do is to use your imagination. Make sure that you are properly taking care of your skin too. Your skin can be your best accessory.

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krista090

krista090 says:

Posted on 15 Jan 2013

Hey
Thanks a lot for your advice. :) It is really helpful :-)

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2013

You're welcome Krista. Hope it helped. xo

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