Don't wear this: 5 things for spring that age all women over 40

Darya SkubLife
Anti-trends of spring 2023.

In the spring, every woman wants to update her wardrobe with basic and elegant items. But before shopping, you should think about which clothes will emphasise your figure and refresh your look, and which ones will make your silhouette heavier, shorten your height and add a decade.

How can you dress over 40 without looking older? Read the article in OBOZREVATEL.

1. Hoodie dress

Time goes by, and shapeless hoodie dresses still do not disappear from women's wardrobes. This model is popular because it supposedly hides the "excess" in the figure. Reject this stereotype and choose a better alternative - a wrap dress: it will highlight the waist, correct curvy hips and add femininity to the look.


2. Fitted jacket

The fitted cut is now back in fashion, but it is not suitable for everyone. Straight-cut jackets look more versatile and effective. They lengthen the figure and hide excess volumes. Pay attention to double-breasted and single-breasted models in monochrome pastels or bright and rich shades, such as dark green or milky.


3. Knitted shawl

A shawl of any knitting visually adds 10-15 years to women. Find a stylish alternative. It can be a scarf in bright or pastel colours that can be used to decorate your head or neck. Read how to wear this fashionable accessory in our article.


4. Long cardigan

Wearing a cardigan is not a fashion taboo. It will become an indispensable base if its length is not below the hip. Otherwise, the look will be bulky. Wear this piece of clothing over tops, T-shirts and long sleeves with skirts and jeans.


5. Lace-up ankle boots

In 2023, minimalist shoes are in trend, so lace-up models will look outdated and old-fashioned. Buy laconic leather shoes with a zip with a pointed or square toe in a basic colour palette.


Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about jeans that make women look slimmer.

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