6 Winter Fashion Trends You Should Try If You’re Over 60, Stylists Say

Whether you love winter fashion or find it intimidating, if you’re older, you might think that the contemporary styles you see on the catwalks and in the streets are only for the younger crowd. This is obviously untrue. Everyone (and everybody) has preferences based on personal preferences and what they see in the mirror, but some advice from fashion experts may be quite helpful. We consulted stylists to learn about the winter fashion trends that ladies over 60 should consider, like coats that can be worn anywhere and leather skirts (yes, really!). Continue reading to learn how to upgrade your winter clothing.

1. WIDE-LEG TROUSERS AND JEANS : 

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Straight-leg denim is fine, but this season’s wide-leg pants and jeans are a little more fun and ideal for going out. Straight-leg denim is fine, but this season’s wide-leg pants and jeans are a little more fun and ideal for going out. Tucking in your clothes is the best way to embrace this style, claims Jodie Filogomo, the founder of Jodie’s Touch of Style. Many of my older friends feel that this is not advantageous for their body types, despite the fact that there are ways to do this for any shape.

2. WINTER FASHION: BOLD BOOTS

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Long-lasting in fashion is the huge, ugly black boot, which makes it simple to feel put together when donning one. They are also cosy and climate-safe. Consider “fashioned” combat or biker boots that have flat or lugged soles. A trained image stylist and owner of Elizabeth Kosich Styling in New York City, Elizabeth Kosich advises looking for hardware-light alternatives. “Try the conventional three-quarter-high biker boot shaft to keep the look authentic and modern. If the style appears too intimidating to adopt, start with a straightforward leather boot with a thicker lug sole.”

3. WINTER FASHION: OVERSIZED BLAZERS

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Oversized blazers have been popular for a few seasons, and the ones from this year are the perfect winter wardrobe staple. They can be long or short, structured or unstructured. Attire them over t-shirts for a sporty style, evening wear, turtlenecks, or sweaters over them on chilly days as a top layer and a warm layer.

4.  WINTER FASHION: MAXI SKIRTS:

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The current ’90s fashion renaissance, according to Melissa Fiorentino, stylist and trends forecaster at Cake Style, has led to an abundance of maxi-length skirts on the runway. According to her, this skirt length is perfect for the winter since you can wear cozy tights underneath for added warmth. To keep the look modern and easygoing, choose a maxi skirt in a neutral-colored stretch fabric like a jersey, which drapes beautifully.

5. LEATHER MIDI SKIRTS :

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This winter, the flared leather midi-skirt is a trendy style. The good news is that it looks beautiful on everyone. A midi-length skirt, in Sobrato’s opinion, is a classy, timeless accessory that suits women of all ages beautifully. A structured yet feminine leather midi dress with an A-line silhouette that exudes a sense of modernity but isn’t excessively trendy. If you combine them best with a pair of tall suede boots, you will seem chic and young at your winter events.

6. RUFFLES :

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Speaking of frilly, feminine embellishments, ruffles are now present on hemlines, sleeves, and necklines..According to Caitlyn Parish, the founder and CEO of Cicinia, ruffles are a great way to include unexpected elements into your dress. To make a statement and seem modern, try ruffled hemlines or mixed media textures.

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By Deepa Verma 

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