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Last year, I showed up at a magazine launch party wearing my favorite outfit at the time—a pink PVC minidress. Early in the night, a guy approached me at the bar, put his hand on my lower butt, and asked if I was a stripper. I smiled and told him I was a journalist.
How to dress in your 30s. That being said, however, I think there is a clear distinction between wearing whatever you want and actually looking sophisticated and age appropriate. So while that ultra cute, embroidered dress may have been great in your early 20s, now it most likely looks too childish.
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. I never thought 'dressing for your age' was a thing, but suddenly I want to look put-together instead of scrappy, which has been my summer style for the last decade.
It may, however, mean that you choose a slightly more grown-up look than you did in your 20s. If you're busy powering ahead in your career, you may opt to chop your hair to your shoulders or shorter. The obnoxious, outdated idea behind this is that the more kept your hair is, the more seriously you will be taken in the office.
A couple of months ago, I woke up with my heart racing so fast, it felt like it was going to fly out of my chest, never to be seen again. My head hurt so badly; my soul ached. My eyes felt like someone had poured bleach into them.
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I spent more than 10 years in women's magazines, and I write a beauty blog with a critical slant. But my real qualification for sharing my thoughts on beauty is 35 years of womanhood. From dabbling in my grandmother's makeup kit at age 5 to trying anti-aging creams for the first time last year, navigating the messages I send with my appearance -- to myself and those around me -- has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember.