Last week I past by to a group of girls at the mall, approximately 13-15 years old and I've noticed some of them are wearing the same skirt & bag I bought last month. It's not about the same stuff but it occurred to me that I perhaps shouldn't share clothing style with someone half of my age. During off days, I use to wear cap, cropped shirt and denim shorts. Are there things that people of certain ages shouldn't wear? Do you think there's such a thing as dressing too young or too old for your age? I want to get your opinion on this issue.Thanks! Love Jane
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My dear first of all thank you for your constant support, sending a message and for great questions. I'm 28 , married but a lot of people say I don't look my age and often ask if I'm a college student. That's a nice compliment but I guess that's probably more to do with my face and I think yeah I don't look my age and never feel old. I also wear the same clothes as youngsters and I strongly believe it's how you wear it in a way that you like, you're comfortable with and suits you well, that makes it appropriate for however old you are or feel. Also you will develop your own style as you grow older. I honestly wear more fun clothes today than I did when I was in my teens but I'm far more comfortable with myself right now and I never want to be restricted by my age when it comes to what I wear. My opinion is nowadays youth love experimenting and sometimes push things to extremes in a way you don't as you grow to understand what suits you and what you really like. Just because you like the same bag or share love for the same print of skirt(they're 13-15 & you're 25) doesn't make it age inappropriate. Everyone should wear whatever makes them happy and be comfortable in it. Those are my honest opinion. I hope you got the answers to all of your questions. Until next time and keep sending those wonderful letter.