Looking older is stigmatized. Everyone wants to avoid it, even people who believe they have crossed the line into old age. The good news is that avoiding looking older is possible when
dressing. There are many techniques to achieve it and today we will show you some of them.
Are you ready? Let’s start!
Highlight something from your body
Besides your face, you must like another part of your body, and you should highlight that one. Bust, hips or legs? You choose. Come on! Stop being so square all the time!
People who attract attention on the street, at a party or on a beach and do not look older are people who know themselves very well. Yes, you have looked in the mirror millions of times, but we bet you do not know if you have a rectangular, hourglass or a triangular silhouette. You have to know yourself and say “I like this about myself and I am going to make everyone notice it.”
If you wear monochromatic clothes you will look older. You do not have to be a walking rainbow; try to seek balance. Paste, cold, and warm colors; there is so much to choose that putting aside the beige shirt and pants you always wear will be an easy task! People around you will be surprised and they will love the new colored version of you!
Your clothes cuts, proportions or measurements have to be in harmony with your body. That is to say: it is not advisable wearing very tight clothes if you are a little chubby; baggy clothes are not always the best option if you are quite tall; and long clothes are not for you is you are short.
You will have to invest time in yourself for sure, so that you know how to achieve harmony between your body and clothing. But once you get it, you will say: Why did I wait so long to do it?!
Older people often get full of accessories: rings on all fingers, tendrils, necklaces or scarves, sunglasses, all together! We know you have ever seen someone like that and thought: Wow,
she or he looks like a Christmas tree!
It is terrible but it still happens. If you really want to get rid of looking older, always keep in mind that less is more.
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