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In your teens and 20s, you can get away with anything you put on your body. But once you pass 30, those swerves—the mismatched patterns, the unflattering silhouettes—aren’t as acceptable as they once were. Basically, now that you’ve grown up, it’s high time for your wardrobe to.
  1. If you can afford it, focus On Buying Investment Pieces Instead Of Fast Fashion Pieces. By the age of 30 you’re likely to be moving into a better salary bracket with a bit more disposable income, which allows you to spend a bit more on your clothes. Your investment pieces don’t have to be designer, just good enough quality to survive more than three washes and save you the stress of shopping clothing items all the time all year round.
  2. Do not be careless about your fitting. Fit Is Everything. No matter what size you are, make sure the size you buy is a true reflection, and that the fit is tailored and refined. Take time to have your clothes properly tailored. If your tailors don't impress you with their sewing or finishing, maybe you go for already made outfits you can mix and match, not necessarily designers, just durable well fitted good quality wears – Fitting is important. it’s not too expensive considering how often you have to wear your basics such as jeans and blazers.
  3. Wear What Suits You, Not What’s Trending, what you see on My big Nigerian wedding on TV  or what you see celebrities on Instagram wearing. By now you should have a pretty good idea of what looks good on you and what doesn’t. You know an outfit that will make you look fat or short or tall or slim or whatever. Focus on those pieces that look good on you instead of trying to wear the same trends as the 18-20 year-olds of the world. That doesn’t mean you have to ignore trends – just incorporate them differently, with a bit more sophistication, maturity and class.
  4. Your wardrobe, take a good look at it. Make Sure Your Wardrobe Reflects Your Career And Your Future Aspirations. Appearance matters. It’s not all that matters but it is a very big part of what creates a first impression. What does your style say about who you are and about where you’re going in life? Clothing is a universal language – use it to express yourself.
  5. Make Underwear A Priority When Shopping. Drop the torn and worn out underwears please. We can’t emphasis the importance of beautiful, quality undergarments enough. They make sure your clothes fit better, they make you feel beautiful and sexy, more confident and they support you all day. Make sure you have a few sets of sexy, lacy lingerie that leaves you feeling like the sexiest woman alive. For your exercises, you need good sports undergarments too – 100% cotton underwear works best when working out because it absorbs sweat and is breathable, unlike many synthetic materials. A sports bra is not even a negotiable option. We all need one at least; it’s a necessity as you need to workout even more now or start if you haven't yet started working out. This might also be a good time to invest in a pair of Spanx or shapewear: they create a smooth canvas for sexy dresses on a big night out. They hide the side folds and give that hourglass you want to show off.
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Take risks. Don’t be afraid to wear a pair of bright, fun heels with a more formal work outfit, or to wear a leather midi-skirt to the office. Always try your best to make your mark and leave other people feeling inspired by what you wear.

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  1. Wonderful tips. Thank you for sharing.


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