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Has Age Changed Your Sense of Style?

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Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 8 years
Yes and No. My core style is still the same. I still love lace, velvet, elaborate fabrics, menswear, linens knits and all things that are inspired from the 17th to 19th century. What's changed is how I choose to express that sense of style. I imagine more structure and more subtlety in the expression will gradually progress as I age as it has so far from teens to twenties.
lightpollution lightpollution 8 years
Definitely. My style fluctuates depending on what's going on in my life and how I feel. My one rule that I never stray from is keep an element of feminimity and always keep it classy.
emalove emalove 8 years
Nope, not really...I still love dresses and skirts and girly bohemian styles. I think now that I'm older I can afford better quality clothing, though, and probably look more put together than I did when I was younger.
La-Tua-Cantante La-Tua-Cantante 8 years
Definitely, I wonder about many of my teenage fashion choices. And I am happy I've come to my senses and improved my style greatly!
glam-sugar glam-sugar 8 years
Absolutely.
Suspiria Suspiria 8 years
Of course, it MUST happen. And it is not about fashion, I think it is more about age. We "can't" wear our teen clothes forever (a lot of people do it) Avril L., for example, she wears the same outfit since she was a 4-year-old girl (lol). :rotfl: But she is ridiculous and a WOMAN should not wear "teen outfit", or "child outfit". We can love our old clothes, but we just can't wear it anymore. It is sad, but, as aimeeb said, you "have to make it more age appropriate".
WiCkeD_LaDy WiCkeD_LaDy 8 years
only more grown up but i still love color in everything, and use it everyday, that hasn't change in me.
Karelynn Karelynn 8 years
My style has changed a bit over the years, but nothing extreme.
bengalspice bengalspice 8 years
I'm still into frocks.
kurniakasih kurniakasih 8 years
I'm like you, urzula, in the past, if it looks cute, I won't care about the make, etc. Now, I pay more attention to the make, the material even when going bargain shopping. And of course, no more real short mini skirts and pants. My skirts are now knee-length. I also wear less revealing tops too now.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I think in a sense since you can't really get away with certain things as you age such as short skirts, you kind of have to make it more age appropriate. But as far as my actual style goes I think I'm forever a girl who likes to have a girly style but with a bit of edge to her-chic with a rocker undertone.
urzula urzula 8 years
I'm in my early 40s and what has changed is that I'm more picky when it comes to quality. I do shop for bargains but it's not enough for the piece to just be cute. Also ultra mini skirts and shorts have been banned from my closet, but fortunately I can still pull off straight jeans (even though I fit well into de skinny style I think I look like trying too hard) or a bikiny.
sonya-ina sonya-ina 8 years
It's changed slightly, but not all that much. I'd like to think I'm at least somewhat stylish and always have been (minus my middle school and high school years, haha)!
mondaymoos mondaymoos 8 years
Hmm... kind of? I've always been fairly experimental and that hasn't changed at all.
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