Your sense of fashion is like fine wine. It’s really catching its stride when you hit your 60s. That’s true for plus size women, too. If you’re in your 60s now, you may have struggled with negativity about your body all your life.
Don’t waste another day on negative thoughts. Instead, embrace fashion – right now. Make your 60s your most beautiful years ever. If you’re just getting started or want to mix up your plus size style, these 5 tips are sure to help.
Don’t drive yourself crazy trying to find creative, fashionable pieces in local department and clothing stores. Few cater to plus size women, and even those that do tend to have limited selections.
The beauty of shopping online is that you can do it from anywhere in the world, whenever you want. If you’re still a bit nervous about shopping online, uncertain about finding the right fit, or concerned about exchanges and returns, then first:
Don’t fear color. If you’re a die-hard all-black fashionista, go with that. But if you’re just hiding behind black because of years of body shaming, it’s time to break free. Do your own thing – don’t be forced into the darkness by negativity.
New to the idea of bright colors? Worried they’ll clash with your wardrobe or you’ll end up with pieces you can’t put together? Here’s how to make it work:
The little touches you add to your outfits make all the difference. Fall and winter lend themselves to accessories especially well, but you use can these pieces to enhance your style all year long.
Don’t limit yourself – you’ll look just as amazing in colorful, chunky jewelry as you do in shiny gold. Plus size women in their 60s have no reason to hold back their creative style. Here are a few ways simple accessories can really make your ensembles come together:
Simple chain necklaces and bracelets work well. Try dangling earrings with a splash of color that coordinates with your outfit. A bright silk scarf can offset your simple dress attire and create a beautiful look.
Chunky jewelry in bold colors is perfect with simple, casual plus size clothing.
You don’t have to be matchy-matchy with your outfit and accessories. As long as the colors are complementary, you’ll look great.
Some plus size women stay away from bold, chunky accessories. But you’re a gorgeous woman in your 60s – you’ve got nothing to fear! Big, bold, colorful accessories will coordinate beautifully with your outfits.
Just like too many neutral colors can make your wardrobe seem dull, so can the same simple patters and prints. Break free and get bold in your 60s with plus size clothing in creative prints. These are just a few that may work for you:
This ancient, unique design creates one of a kind garments. You can’t go wrong in plus size clothing with handmade batik touches.
Colorful, fun, and unique, tie-dye is perfect for a beautiful woman who wants to show off her style.
You don’t have to go floral or geometric just to have an interesting print. Abstract patterns draw the eye, keep your outfit interesting, and work in both casual and dressier settings.
Have you ever felt isolated as a fashionable plus size woman? Like you stand out and people won’t appreciate your beauty?
You’re not alone. If you don’t have lots of people with whom to share your love of fashion where you are – and even if you do – get inspired and feel good about plus size fashion through social media.
There are plenty of gorgeous plus size women in their 60s showing off their personal style on social media. Send them a positive comment when you love a photo. Share your own. And get new ideas about how to expand your wardrobe.
These are just a few ways to get excited about plus size fashion in your 60s. If you’re new to the idea of bold, standout outfits, use these ideas to get started.
If you want to try some of our plus size clothes, we are offering a 10% discount for our Sixty and Me sisters in our Etsy Shop.
How do you work fashion in your wardrobe? If you’re already a mature fashionista, what tips do you have? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
Great article. Thank you for recognizing us as part of the fashion world!