Dress according to your Age:
Some of you might be wondering what does dressing your age means? Is it even real? What do you have to do to know how to dress according to your age? Well, with every new idea arise plenty of questions and yes there is something as to dressing according to your own age. Most of us usually don’t keep that in mind and we tend to go to shopping hoping that we would buy whatever that seems and appears good to our eyes and would good look on us. And we do, do that, we buy what pleases our eyes and mind and we do wear it repeatedly, day after day without even realizing the fact that what we bought does not appreciate our age. Sometimes we see other people and we are like ‘Gosh! What is he wearing? Should he even be wearing this?’ what we do not know is that others might be thinking the same way about us too. So you need to buckle up and accept that you have grown up and start acting like a grown up too.
Act your Age: Dress according to your Age:
If you are in your mid thirties and your wardrobe still has excess t shirts, sneakers and jeans then you need to take them out and replace them with dress shirts, dress pants or trousers, polo shirts, collared and full sleeves shirts along with brogues, formal shoes and sandals. In the same way if you are in your teens or mid twenties and you dress yourself up as if you like to be thought as someone who is mature and experienced then you need to stop doing it because when you do that, people don’t take it as a good thing, rather they take you as someone who does not know anything about trends and fashion and possibly as someone who is not concerned about how they look. You need to start acting your age and start enjoying the young age and years while you can, because I can assure you that later on in your life when you would grow up, you will see young people dressed in smart and elegant dresses and you would think back to your own years and regret it.
You can start from selecting a role model that is your age and you can take ideas from the way they dress and keeping that in mind, you can design your own wardrobe that defines you. Choose dresses that would look good on you and you would feel comfortable and would feel just your age wearing them. Buy what pleases yet appreciates your age and style and most importantly, what makes you feel comfortable. You should be wearing the dress, not the other way around. You can seek help from the internet, magazines; the people at the shopping stores can even help you out, introduce you to some new ideas and would guide you with what to buy.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner literally wrote the book “You Are What You Wear: What Your Clothes Reveal About You,” she explains not only how psychology determines our clothing choices, but how to overcome key psychological issues your wardrobe might be bringing to light in your everyday life, or even at work.
“Shopping and spending behaviors often come from internal motivations such as emotions, experiences and culture,” says Dr. Baumgartner.”