Style Mistakes In Your 30s

Hi all ,

Your 30s are typically a time for settling down, after using your 20s to take risks and find yourself.Many 30-somethings are busy raising a family and rising through the hierarchy at work.
Those who have already been through that decade say that as their responsibilities accumulated, it became easier to neglect relationships and ignore opportunities that they would never get again.

Clothes play a very important role in making you look fashionable. But if not worn correctly, I have found for you some  mistakes women make and they transform from a fashion diva to fashion disaster. These mistakes might not be a conscious move by few of us. So women  I have pointed mistakes you should never make.

  1. Too much black

We all know black can be elegant in many occasions but as you get colder black color doesn’t do you any favors. As we age our skin tends to get whiter and our hair starts graying as well. Wearing black when your skin is pale can create a strong contrast which will draw unwanted attention to your flaws, the wrinkles, dark spots and blemishes.

This goes for the hair color as well, black hair color doesn’t work so well on a pale ten. Dye your hair in a warm shade of brown, it will compliment your skin and make you look 5 years younger. This doesn’t mean you’re forbidden to wear black, just make sure you spice it up with a colorful accessory, like a scarf or a cool necklace.

2. Oversize Cloth 

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If you’re trying to cover your hips, arms or stomach underneath a shapeless blazer, you’re actually making yourself look heavier.When ever you get into trial room, take two sizes and then just relax yourself. Clothes are to mean to fit in perfectly always. So buy what fits in properly to a good extend, and then get the garment tailored according to your size. Don’t cry for price as if the dress fits in properly and gets you complements then you will wear it more and will ultimately become value for money.

3. Wearing skirts

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Just because you’re getting older it doesn’t mean that you need to forget about short skirts, if you have the legs for it why hide them behind a long skirt. Just remember than mid-calf skirts are most appropriate for young girls so forget the undefined, clumsy lengths. Choose a knee length or above the knee and you’ll see how much better you’ll look.

4. You’ve Got Your Bra on the Wrong Hook

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The wrong-size bra makes you look shorter, older and heavier,The clasp should be on the loosest hook to begin with and made tighter as the bra stretches over time. “When it is on the tightest hook—that’s when you know you need a new bra,” says Becker. Since breast size fluctuates—due to weight gain, weight loss and hormonal changes—Becker suggests going for a fitting once a year and buying a new bra every six to eight months.

5. Don’t go shopping with the wrong person

Who you go shopping with can make a big difference so choose your shopping partner wisely. You need someone you can rely on to tell you the truth and someone who has a good taste as well.

6. Too Stretchable jeans 

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Stretch denim is a gift to women who shop for both comfort and style, but erring on the side of too much comfort can lead to lumpiness. On the care label, you’ll see Lycra, spandex or elastane. The right jeans will follow your silhouette, have enough stretch so that your legs won’t look as if they’re fighting to break free from your pants.

7. Scarves

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If you think a silk scarf around the neck is a cool accessory we should remind you that it’s not the 60ties and you’re not a flight attendant. Instead of tying a scarf around your neck you can tie it around your bag handle and spice your look up with an oversized brooch or a cool looking necklace. The compliments will start piling up pretty soon, you’ll see.

I hope you all enjoying  my blog and share and drop your comment 🙂 live healthy and keep healthy 🙂

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