Tips on how to dress older than you are part 2

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Tips on how to dress older than you are part 2

Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 3: Get a classic haircut

Stay clear of extreme cuts, extreme undercuts with lots of hair products that are just over the top, because that is not something mature gentlemen would wear. Man buns and long hair are typically things not associated with older men and therefore, stay away from that.

Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 4: Wear glasses

No matter what you do, you actually need them. Having glasses will give you a more mature look. Stay away from bold colors and frames, rather go with classic styles in something like a tortoiseshell. Simply by adding glasses to your outfit, you will easily add a few years to your entire appearance. The same goes for sunglasses, stay away from cheap ones, or maybe trendy things like bamboo sunglasses and stick with classics such as Aviator style, or some Persols.

Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 5: Grow facial hair

If you have a “baby face”, if you look young, or if your jawline is not very pronounced, having a beard can really help to look older. Make sure it is properly and neatly trimmed.

Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 6: Cover your tattoos and take out your piercing

Yes, in this day and age, most people in the younger generation have either piercings, or tattoos, and it is something that is very normal, but in older generations, it was not normal so if you cover up your tattoos, you automatically look more mature and older.

Tips on how to dress older than you are, number 7: Wear a classic watch

Whether it is a simple wristwatch with a round tile that is slim, in gold or silver, make sure it is not too big and oversized like a G-shock watch.

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