Although women in their twenties, thirties and even in their forties, may show a lot of skin to be sexy, some of us over 50 prefer to be a bit more creative. These Spring looks for women over 50 are feminine and fun, conveying a sense of youthful energy that translates into sex appeal.
1. Embroidered Stripe Shirt and Boyfriend Jeans
2. Twill Tea Top and Mom Jeans
3. Drape Collar Wrap Coat
4. Tweed and Leather Cropped Jacket
5. Floral Tie Front Blouse and Straight Leg Jeans
Speaking of jeans, these high waist slender straight leg jeans by FRAME fit like a glove and are flattering on any body. Wear them full length or rolled up with sassy sandals, like Jeffrey Campbell’s Ankle Strap Sandal with Bright Chevron heel. Add a romantic floral tie front blouse, and you will be the envy of any twenty-something!
6. Single Button Plaid Blazer
This single button plaid jacket by Nordstrom’s Chelsea28 adds interest to otherwise basic black slacks. It screams “I’m a boss” for a serious meeting, but you can also wear it with jeans for casual Friday!
7. Floral Wrap Midi Dress
For a more feminine, romantic look, midi dresses are all the rage! They flatter any body, and are great for those of us who don’t like to show our legs. This wrap midi dress by Halogen is on-trend and provides the illusion of a smaller waist.
8. Short-Sleeve Button Down Midi Dress
This silk midi dress is my favorite! Made by Club Monaco, it is light and airy and transitions well from Spring to Summer. I paired it with sassy red earrings from Target and white pumps with a patterned toe from White House Black Market.
From a casual outing to a day at the office, these 8 Spring looks for women over 50 are sure to have you going in style! For more Spring looks, check out How to Wear a Little Denim Jacket: 8 Ideas for Women over 40!
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