Post 50 Fashion Tips
Add a splash of color to any outfit. Start with one of your base colors--black, brown, taupe, grey or white--and then add a vibrant colored scarf or bright polo shirt that will add youth and personality to your look.
Add some color.
Every seniors closet should have the basics--pants, tops, sweaters and jackets--in the core base colors black, brown, taupe, white and grey. The basics should be easily put on and taken off, machine washable, cost effective, comfortable and flattering.
Load up on the basics.
Light weight, heavy, cashmere, cotton, buttons, no buttons, short sleeve, long sleeve, draped, to the hip, over the buttocks, and as long as your knees. The possibilities are endless with cardigans.
Elastic waist pants
J Jill offers good quality, nicely fit elastic waist pants in a variety of core colors. These pants are machine washable, and come in shorts, cropped pants, full length, boot cut, straight legged, and flare. You can dress up to go to work, or can be casual enough to run errands or take a walk in the park.
Cary Zinkin, DPM, podiatric sports physician and spokesperson for the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), offers his essential tips for choosing the right shoe for every foot @ grandparents.com.
Above are three recommendations from Dr. Zinkin.