Don’t get us wrong. We are not saying you shouldn’t wear sunglasses. These accessories can be as functional as they are fashionable. However, one needs to know exactly what kind of sunglasses to wear. Unless you’re a shape-shifter, you only have one face — and that’s actually helpful when it comes to finding the perfect sunglasses for your face shape.
Whichever style you go for, don’t wear something that will weigh you down too much, like thick, black frames with sharp edges. Online guides are incredibly handy in helping you figure out which frame shape goes with your bone structure.
Let’s Brooch It
First of all, there's a fine line between classic and antiquated. A brooch is antiquated and not as classic as might think. Yes, they were considered stylish back in the day, but now it's better to keep your brooches for sentimental value and not wear them.
They might even accrue in value if you keep them in good condition! That being said, using a strategic brooch instead of a safety pin can really upscale a look. So, what we're trying to say is to be mindful of your brooch's design and placement. Instead of wearing them on your lapel like your great aunt used to do, consider using them on your bag or instead of a coat button.
Over Plucking Your Brows
This world is full of supposed beauty faux pas peppered with no-good reputations and your eyebrows are no exception. They help frame your face and draw attention to your eyes, so keep them well-groomed but don't over-pluck them into thin lines that make them look like they were drawn on your face with a sharpie.
Sure, we've all been guilty of over-plucking our eyebrows at some point in our lives. But besides making you appear older, over-plucking your eyebrows can actually damage and even ruin the hair follicles, which produce and generate hair growth, so plucking your hair all the time only means the brow hair may not grow back. So don't overdo it!
Wearing Sheer Pantyhose
Nowadays, the only acceptable pantyhose colors are black or nude ones that blend well with your skin tone. If you're spotted wearing stockings that are not the right match for your skin, nothing else you’re wearing is going to matter. You and your plastic-looking legs are going to look several years older than you really are.
Pantyhose, in general, are a clothing item that we see less and less of. On people younger than 50, that is. On younger crowds, you may find them as a fun addition to a mini skirt/boots combination in early fall but that's about it.
Not Wearing a Belt
This entry, interestingly, is not about your conventional use of a belt (in the loops on your pants) but rather a more creative placement of it. Wearing tailored clothes that fit you well will make you look slimmer and younger. This means that looser or ill-fitting clothes might look frumpy on you, so why not wear a belt over that boxy dress?
Not all clothes need to be tightly fitted, but if you feel like you look more shabby than you'd like, throw over a belt, and voila! It doesn't matter how old you are, you can always use that tip to accentuate a curve or two, or even create the illusion of it.