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I turned 30 years old just over a month ago. I must say turning 30 was a pivitol moment for me as I believe at this point is where I turned into a woman. Being a woman for me mean’s a range of different things, one of the main things being having to start looking at life a lot more seriously.
One of the things I relate to age is the way we dress. The way you dress as a woman says a lot about you. Being a stylist I often find my self paying attention to and analysing the way women of different ages dress and the changes in dressing women close to me have undertaken as they’ve got older.
Turning 30 has definitley made me start to think about the way I dress, and think about whether there is a big difference to the way women dress in their 20′s to women in their 30′s.
I’m quite a spontaneous dresser so I don’t really follow trends, I shop in a range of shops which include Urban Outfitters, American Apparel, Reiss, Topshop, Zara, Karen Millen, French Connection, River Island and many more High Street Brands. However as you may know all of the above are quite different in regards to the type of aparel they stock. Reiss is quite conservative and elegant whereas Urban Outfitters is a mixture urban and vintage.
Being a follower of celebrity fashion and looking at celebs who are in their 30′s such as Kim Kardashian, Katie Holmes, Kelly Rowland I have noticed changes in their dress sense as they’ve hit their 30′s though very subtle changes.
I think being in your early 30′s shouldn’t make you feel as though you need to have a whole wardrobe revamp or even fear being seen as ‘mutton dressed up as lamb!!! I think we have at least a decade or two before being seen as this. Although I do feel it is time to maybe dress at bit more conservative at times going over the top and looking as if you’re dressed for a day at the office 7 days a week is not the way forward.
After finding this gorgeous jacket on Net-A-Porter I started daydreaming about what I could wear this beautiful ensemble with. My imagination always seems to get the better of me whenever I spot a beautiful garments, I start putting together outfits in my head and then I start hunting the world wide web for these garments I’ve made up in my head and for some strange reason I always manage to find them. The joy’s of being a stylist ay!!! I love it!
Anway’s see below for what I managed to come up with:
Roksanda Ilincic, Basket weave silk jacket, £780.00 www.net-a-porter.com
Yellow Frill Sleeve Top, £25.00, www.topshop.com
Prad Fluid Silk Crop Hareem, £205, www.flannelsfashion.com
Carvela , Gallant, £130.00, www.kurtgeiger.com
Nai nai xx
With Spring only around the corner I think its only right to have your wardobes filled with those essential items that will get you through the chilly mornings, cool evening, cold nights and have you looking like a star. Though the weather can sometimes have you feeling down in the dunps, when you look good you definitely feel good, so I think its only right to look your best whether its rain, sun, sleet or snow!!! Don’t ya think?
As mentioned before this spring/summer promises to bring an array of styles and colours which I’m absolutely loving especially as my wardrobes more or less sorted with every style possible which is great. However I’ve just a come across these fashionable beauties, I’m still contemplating whether to go grab a few of them .
So while I decide, take a look and let me know what ya think!
1. Grey Summer Tie waist mac by Boutique, £150, www.topshop.com
2. Cherry Blossom Scarf, £7.99, www.newlook.com
3. Brie Stretch Jersy Cowl Neck Top, £85, www.net-a-porter.com
4. Beige Chelsea Girl Vintage Satchel, £79.99, www.riverisland.com
5. Tuck & Drape, £60, www.oasis-stores.co.uk
6. Cape Maxi Dress, £35, www.warehouse.co.uk
7. Notify, Bamboo mid-rise Skinny Jeans, £215, www.net-a-porter.com
8. Waterfall calf Skirt, £40.00, www.topshop.com
9. New Guard, £100, www.aldoshoes.com
10. Tan Canvas Mix Heel, £48.00, www.missselfridge.com