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    Junior Member TamT's Avatar
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    Do you dress like a woman your age?

    I'm in my fifties, but I like to dress as if I were in my forties. I also have some clothes I bought many years ago, so I can dress like a young lady just for fun.

    How many years are between your real age and the one you look (and feel) like?

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    I enjoy playing with my look. I have some mature outfits and some with a younger vibe. I guess the only look I don't indulge is casual, college aged girl. Boring.
    I feel very young inside. I love a lot of new music. If I feel it I feel it. I like a lot of new things. And there are some new things that I find boring or just an uninteresting rehash.
    It's important not to be bitter. I see people complain about new stuff and say it sucks when in reality is they who suck.
    Some people get mad because the world changes. I find it interesting.

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    I'm in my 50s but usually wear clothes for juniors because they fit so well.

    I didn't wear shorts until my late forties so my legs look amazingly young.
    I use spf 50 sun screen frequently to avoid sun damage.

    I was underweight in my 20s. I exercise enough to still have the same waistline I had in my 20s!

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    I really don't know, Tam? I'm 78 but am not sure what age I dress. What do u, (or anyone), think?

    Then, I'll know how to answer in the future!

    Here I am just back from a club a few weeks ago.
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    Challenge yourself and pursue your passions! When your life clock runs out, you'll have few or NO REGRETS!

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    I play with my look all the time (That's what I do is take pictures) I don't go out-
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    I too have various age styles and enjoy a weekend of multiple outfits.

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    Is there a difference between 40s and 50s?

    I'm in my 50s and I dress like I'm in my late 20s. It's what I like and if I have to dress like an old woman (my age), I'd just as soon not dress.

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    I do not know. I am a beginner in this girl stuff. Clothes confuse me.

    But I just bought a knee length jean skirt that is a good look for me. Casual is a look I am going for sometimes.

    Natalie

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    Pantyhose forever! joann07's Avatar
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    I'm 52, but I look a lot younger so I dress in the range of my late 20's and early 30's.
    I love to wear off shoulder type dresses, rompers, and tops which I get from stores such as Forever 21, Papaya, and Dillards (Juniors).
    JoAnn

    I love to see a beautiful woman in a nice dress, but then again, I also want to wear that dress.

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    I dress WAY younger than I should, but then I am mostly into the clubbing scene. I have yet to have anyone say I should dress my age. One women said ? it?s not fair? when I tell her my real age so I say wear what you like if it does not cause you any problems.

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    I dress 50 years younger that the average women in a assisted living facilities.
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    Senior Member Geena75's Avatar
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    I suppose I dress about 25 years younger than I am. But then, I dress probably about 20 years younger than I am the rest of the time. I've never really figured out what I should dress like. I have thought about getting a long silvery grey wig, just to see (but I'm not actually anywhere close to that grey on my head).

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    I am 62 and will dress to blend when out to the mall and other shopping. So probably late 40s to 50s look. at home it's fun to indulge in younger clothes.

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    I don't want to dress My age, So I dress young. It's a better look.
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    I think so. I dress like my wife and sister and they are just a little younger than me. And at the upper 60's I think it is a good blending and neat look/style.
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    At home anywhere from 20's to 50's. When i go out I shoot for 40's . Just slightly younger than I really am.
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    No, I may be in the minority but I am 40 but find myself dressing as a mature grandmother type.
    Amanda

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    How many years are between your real age and the one you look (and feel) like?
    Younger than 10 years dressed...i.e. 45ish
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    I dress the age I am in my mind, which is 40 at oldest. When I venture outside, I'll need to be more age appropriate so as to blend in better.

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    Age 74, hoping I dress like I am in my 40's-50's. Actually, I think a knee length dress probably covers 30's to 60's. Heck, Vanna White is 64.

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    Im a sissy **** that s attracted to other femme sissies. I enjoy wearing a short tight fitting skirt when I'm playing at home. I've never had the opportunity to go to a club or out in public, but I would maybe tone it down a notch. Dressing young and sexy is fun. Turns me on too.
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    Just being true to myself Jolene Robertson's Avatar
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    Good question. I do dress more appropriate for my age sometimes but most of the time I dress about 30 years younger than I am (66). I didn't start dressing fully till I was in my mid 50's so have had to try things out to see what I think looks best on me and is comfortable. As my wife told me, she had here whole life growing up to wear everything so I should experience it all if I want to.

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    Senior Member Angela1954's Avatar
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    I'm 67 but people tell me I look younger, and I keep myself in good shape so I tend to dress a few decades younger than my chronological age.

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    Not all women of the same age dress the same. So do I dress my age? As a "senior", I know better than to dress as a teenaged girl. I know better than to try and look like a "hot" twenty something woman.

    That doesn't mean I dress like a woman in an assisted living facility either. My dresses and skirts are a bit longer than what a younger woman might wear and my shoes are mostly flats.
    Krisi

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    In short, yes, whenever possible.

    My style, such as it is, is to dress casually but hopefully in a neat, presentable manner.

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