20’s There are no boundaries for twentysomethings when it comes to fashion. It’s about personal style and adding whimsical touches you can get away with only when you’re young, whether that means playing with color, mixing and matching, or wearing high heels and high hemlines.
30’s More pulled-together, serious looks are what your 30’s are about, but you don’t have to be a total square. The trick is to experiment with fashion-forward styles while maintaining a level of polish.
40’s Classic silhouettes and colors may start to dominate your wardrobe, but each piece should be full of personality. Think interesting embellishments, feminine volume, and bursts of rich color and pattern.
50’s Refined, tasteful choices are the foundations of age-appropriate dressing. Tailoring and structure are key, as are clean lines and fuss-free pieces in a simple palette.
60’s Elegance is the idea, and so timeless, traditional pieces are the mainstays. Tweed suits, trousers, and coatdresses dominate the closet. Contrasting hues black, white, and red are the chicest.
70+ Looking dignified and distinguished is the utmost importance and that means splurging on a little luxury. Fabrics should be of the highest quality, and tailoring should be precise.