7 Things You Should Never Wear If You're Over a Certain Age
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.
Don't expose your stomach, even if you have rock-hard abs. It's never appropriate.
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.
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.
A TUNIC WORN AS A DRESS
Tunics treated as dresses cut you off at midthigh. Try a tunic over leggings: problem solved.
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.