Please, guys: Top 10 things Not to Wear at 50

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   Sir, are you Suddenly Single, clueless about clothing and new to the Dating Game?

Are you and current fashion real ‘Strangers in the Night’?

 

Here’s a Quick Tip Sheet on What Not to Wear:

 (NOTE: If any of the following items are in your closet, gently remove them, fold them and place them into a recycling bag.  Promptly deliver them to Goodwill or Salvation Army. Don’t look back.)

Get These Top 10 Things Out of Your Closet:

  1. Gray sweatpants – don’t even ask
  1. The fanny-pack – even the name is egregious
  2. High-waisted jeans from 20 years ago – not a good look
  1. The T-shirt that says, “I’m with her” any T-shirts with “clever” sayings
  1. Worn out, dirty, running shoes
  1. That old baseball cap you are wearing backwards
  1.  Those funky worn-out slippers
  1. Multicolored Italian sweaters that were very in (expensive) 30 years ago
  1. That comfy grandpa sweater with the holes and stains
  1. All too-small shirts, sweaters, and coats that are tight around the middle

What to do next? Simple Solutions:

  • Invest in a really good pair of jeans( i.e. Levi 501’s; Lucky Brand…)
  • Get rid of running shoes and graduate to a good-looking loafer
  • Lose the backpack and step up to a messenger bag
  • Ever guy should have at least one good Aloha shirt in his closet
  • Remember sloppy is not sexy
  • Girls wear Uggs

And don’t even think about sneaking into your son’s closet and dabbling in his 20’s wardrobe.  His uniform of Skinny jeans, Converse hi-tops, the skintight blazers, and bow ties – sorry, they are not for you, Binkie.

You can do this. You’ll be happier and look a lot hipper, smarter, younger…

“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or

no influence on society.”

Mark Twain

sad manNo one told me about tossing the gray sweats!

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