7 Things You Should NEVER Wear if You’re Over a Certain Age

Ladies, I KNOW how desperately many of you would like to “reclaim your youth”, but lemme drill into you the fact that it’s NEVER a good idea to attempt this vicariously through your CLOTHING! Here are seven things you should NEVER, EVER wear (or expose!) when you’re getting up there in age:

1. SHORT SKIRTS
Avoid miniskirts or short shorts, especially with Uggs. A skirt should be an inch above or an inch below the knee; tiny shorts are only for the beach. And if it’s warm enough to bare your legs, ditch the boots.

2. BARE MIDRIFF
Don’t expose your stomach, even if you have rock-hard abs. It’s never appropriate.

3. TUBE TOPS
Oh my GAWD!
The cut looks unflattering even on young, perky bodies, so imagine what it does to women who need a lift! Tube tops smush the boobs and create the appearance of underarm flab, even if you don’t have any.

4. A TUNIC WORN AS A DRESS
Tunics treated as dresses cut you off at midthigh. Try a tunic over leggings: problem solved.

5. ROMPERS
Adult women should not take style cues from little girls. ‘Nuff said.

6. BRIGHT NAIL POLISH
As you age, skin gets more sallow—and neon colors don’t look good against it. Red or coral is as daring as you should go.

7. SHREDDED DENIM
If you wore this trend during the first go-around in the ’80s, that’s a sign you shouldn’t resurrect it. In fact, follow that rule with every trend.

SO – that should cover you. If you EVER have the desire to put on or display any of the above atrocities, CALL ME IMMEDIATELY so I can talk your sorry-ass OUT of it. At our age, it’s time to move forward with style and grace and leave the crap for those that don’t know any better!

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