Women Who Prove That Fashion Has No Age Limit

Just because you’ve reached a certain age doesn’t mean your personal fashion sense takes a trip to frumpy-ville. I’ve always believed that fashion is just a physical display of your personality – so you should be bold, and stand out. Be a flamingo in a flock of seagulls. And these women prove that you can be a fashion icon at *any* age:

“More is less, and less is a bore.”

Iris Apfel

Iris Apfel

Born: 29 August 1921 / Age: 98

Iris Apfel is an American businesswoman, interior designer, and fashion icon. She was actually a personal shopper at Bloomingdales in New York City! I would have loved her to style me. I love her use of colour and bold accessories, with clothes that speak volumes but are still ‘age appropriate’.

“I’ve just been wearing what I like, simple but with a twist, I guess. Not sure what the ‘twist’ is….I just don’t buy a look. I like to mix and match everything.”

Linda Rodin

Linda Rodin

Born: 3 March 1948 / Age: 73

Linda Rodin is an American beauty entrepreneur, model, and former stylist. She was a fashion editor at Harper’s Bazaar in the 1970s! She has previously been a stylist for some well-known faces, including Madonna and Halle Berry. Some people call her ‘the woman who doesn’t age’ and I couldn’t agree more, she is forever flawless, and always in my mind as #stylegoals.

“”I would actually say that my style is also evolving and experimental. It’s really dependent on two things: 1) What’s going on in the world that I’m living in at any given moment, and 2) What particular aspects of myself am I experimenting with at that time.”

Lyn Slater

Lyn Slater

Born: 20 June 1963 / Age: 66

 Lyn Slater is the author of popular fashion blog ‘Accidental Icon’ and is a social media queen. She calls herself a ‘fashion influencer’, but her more than 600k+ Instagram and Facebook fans call her a ‘badass’. She studied Social Studies and only in time did some fashion courses, where lots of other students commented on her great sense of style and encouraged her to become a fashion blogger. I’m personally a huge fan of her love of monochrome and the Japanese influence that has gone into her outfits.

Is there anyone you think should also be included in this list? Please comment below.

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