In the UK, 44 is the average age most females struggle with coming to terms with ageing and all that goes with it. Time capsule wardrobes are often a common ageing factor. We get ourselves in such a pickle trying to avoid looking like everyone else whilst at the same time concerned about looking ridiculous. It's a balance but my first piece of advice would be
So why not get creative, you've got nothing to lose if the chosen item was heading for the charity shop anyway. And you'll be doing your bit for the environment by ensuring your contribution doesn't end up on the giant textile mounds. You could also look to revamp items bought at vintage and charity shops - there's a feel good factor when you give an old piece of clothing a new lease of life. Here's what I've been up to, hopefully it might give you a little inspiration.
OK so I'm being a little harsh but we've all fallen for the clever marketing frenzy of the January, Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter sales. And that's just my point
With much of the country covered in snow and freezing conditions then a few wardrobe adjustments are required to ensure you brave the cold temperatures, strong winds and slippery conditions. But it’s no excuse for dowdiness, winter style can still be achieved – look to these celebrities for some inspiration to see you through the cold snap in style.
Bright fun colours emit positive energy so a statement coat, like this blue one that Pippa Middleton’s wearing, will help lift your spirits and those of the people around you on a dreary winter’s day. Pippa’s let the coat do the talking by teaming it with black skinny jeans/tights, her trademark deluxe leather handbag and knee high but sensible flat boots. By adding a