Humans are continually evolving in each part of life, and as times change, so do the choices and preferences of people. Every generation has its own fashion statement that is peculiar to them.
We as a whole know about the Gen Z kids and the millennials, and back to the baby boomers. In any case, what might be said about the generation before them? I'm discussing those brought into the world during the twentieth century, the 1950s, the 1940s, and even previously. In Nigeria, people more than 65 years compensate for around 3% of the populace, however, their styles are normally tasteless and dull.
The following are a couple of tips to flavor things up when helping your mother or father choose an outfit.
They might be older, yet that doesn't imply that their dressing ought to be based on the 1960s. The loose suit pants and oversized coats can be traded for something really fitting.
Concerning the local wear, this is the strength of our moms. All things considered, they began the changes in dressing styles way back in the day. Wearing Aso Oke is a pleasant design decision.
Another style that fits the older is something more modern. The post-Victorian time dressings would be decent on them.
In such a lot, being old doesn't mean being obsolete. Design styles from back in the days could make a rebound and show us some things on the best way to seem more pleasant. All things considered, old school is as yet cool.
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