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I have also found some kool clothes at Steinmart. However, they are not "club" clothes. I've also found a few things at Macy's, the INC brand. Once in a while I'll find something sexy/club like at a beach boutique. Vegas shopping is the best also for finding these kinds of clothes. But spending the $$ to go out to Vegas is not an option always. The adults store mainly have clothes for people that are 20something and stick thin. Maybe this can be my retirement venture? Start a line of club clothes for women over 50!!

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I turn 60 in 3 months and find both Boston Proper and SteinMart have great clothes for my age.

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Fun you are so right on!! OMG, did I actually say "right on"?? Anyway, I bought this cute, short, slinky, hot pink club dress that would look great on a 20something or 30something. Did NOT look good on a 57 year old woman!! I'm attracted to those kinds of club clothes; but they don't look attractive on me. Wish someone would come up with a line of club clothes for the over 50 set!! Hey, new company for anyone out there!

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You're right, there's no excuse for looking dumpy. Photos --and real life--should bear little resemblance to Grant Wood's "American Gothic"...!

"Dress for success", "dress to impress", even "dress to undress". Still, some outfits that were right for us half a lifetime ago simply are not going to work today. That's okay--some of the more traditional looks are still sleek, sophisticated and sexy as hell.

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I, female half, is actually turned off by people that look dumpy and dress like "old" people. You could have a hot, rocking body; but if your clothes are worn, sloppy, look like something my grandma or grandpa would wear; it's not happening for me! I know that this sounds superficial; but it's how I feel. Just wondering if anyone else feels this way. I'm sure the much younger group does. But, as we age, do we have to let ourselves go, so to speak? I'm not attracted to those who give up!

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We don't think it's so much a matter of the clothes we wear as it is the body they cover. As we age we tend to blow out at the middle. It's a constant battle to keep trim and athletic. Some choose to let nature take it's course while others choose to fight. In any case the clothes are just the icing on the cake. Whether you're in a bikini or a polyester pants suit, we will know if you're hot!

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Thanks for all your replies.... Sweetart: wow, you guys look great.......however there are a couple of things you could do that would "younger" up your look......new glasses or contacts. You both have very nice faces, why cover them up with glasses? Mrs. grow you hair out to shoulder length and have a more updated style. Please don't take this the wrong way, not ragging on you at all. Loved your pics! These are the kinds of things I was talking about...... Here is FL we have to compete with a much younger crowd at clubs and parties, so looking younger than our years always help. Just sayin......

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Dress should be flattering to the wearer and to the viewer. It starts with the base--namely our bodies and our skin. Staying healthy and keeping that 'innerwear' in good repair makes a difference. Grooming should be perfect, especially for the gentlemen.

70 year olds probably should not be in GoGo boots and Nehru jackets unless it's a period costume party. Nor should they be in Snugglies in public. Well tailored looks that give shape and lines are helpful as we grow older.

When we meet a couple for the first time at some public venue, we are sensitive to three things: how they dress and present themselves; how they treat each other; and how they treat the waitstaff who are bringing drinks, dinner etc. We need to something we like in all three of those domains for there to be a second time.

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It's really a judgment call, as one should dress to feel comfortable about how it makes them feel and/or to make their partner proud to be seen with them. Anyone else's judgment about what you wear is their issue, not yours. So sometimes around the house she's in Wal-Mart chic, but a tight pair of jeans and boots and a chic top is good for 90% of the rest of what we do. But a party? Well, she likes to expose just a little more, but realizes she's not in her 20's anymore. I look at pictures of our parents and realize that the clothes and styles available to us now are a lot more flattering than what they seemed to be stuck with then. When guys 30 years younger are coming over to chat her up, you know she still looks good.

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As an "older" cpl, we try not to dress in "old people's" clothes. Meaning: not white shoes and high knee socks for him, no elastic old lady's pants and rubber shoes for her. We certainly don't try to dress like we're in our 20s or 30s again. However, we do try and keep up with some of the trends and find out ways to incorporate the latest styles into our closet. Even our work clothes are included into this "style". You can see some of this in our profile pics. Just wondering how other "older" cpls, Singles, dress themselves. Do you mainly concentrate on your "play" clothes? Or does your whole wardrobe reflect a "younger" look?

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