What to Wear On Girls Night For Every Age
It doesn’t matter how old you are, if you’re going out, the right outfit has the power to make you look and feel more chic, sexy and awesome regardless of your age! I’ve complied a collection of looks fit for your 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. So what outfits will make it a perfect night on the town?
This is the time to have fun with your wardrobe. A faux leather top is one option, it’s edgy and paired with bright printed pants it’s an unexpected combo that will make you turn heads. That slim cut of the pants will also show off your shape. Or try a sexy alternative to the little black dress by wearing a short brocade skirt and a fitted black top or even a crop top. Maybe add in some trendy booties and you’re good to go.
This decade calls for cool, sophisticated pieces with an edge, like this glittery striped tweed motorcycle jacket which is sure to make you stand out from the crowd! Wear it with a perfectly fitted black skirt to accentuate your legs or perhaps go for of-the-moment silky pants, heels and a forgiving, totally comfy unstructured blazer!
Embrace your fabulous age and resist the urge to play it “safe” all of the time. Instead of a LBD, go for a gilt statement skirt. Wearing opaque tights with a skirt will keep the outfit from looking too young. And if you’re shy about your arms, a sweater with sheer fitted sleeves is a brilliant solution! You can also try and pull off the leather leggings look with a beaded tunic, which is a good choice for any age, since it covers most “problem” areas.
If you want to look sophisticated in your 60s, you’re in luck. Try wearing a sleek blazer to balance out your more feminine pieces. Pair it with flowing pants, which are super flattering and comfortable. You can also try covering up all while being subtly sexy in a long sleeve wrap top. The neckline will reveal just enough skin. Find a metallic pencil skirt to wear with this piece to give you a slimming effect.
Share with me your favorite going out ensemble below in the comments. I’d love to hear from women of all ages! Don’t forget to celebrate who you are and remember age is just a number!