A survey found that these people should opt out of jeans entirely.
This story originally appeared at Do You Remember by Zack Walkter.
Either you will entirely disbelieve this, or wholeheartedly disagree. A recent research suggests that wearing jeans after a certain age is really not good for outward appearances. As astounding as it sounds, this study is steeped in statistics and surveys and fashion advisors agree. You may choose to go your own way, but here is what they have to say.
A survey by CollectPlus in UK aimed to look at the connection between denim and age limit. In order to do so, they surveyed almost 2,000 people across the UK. The result of the survey claimed that people 53 or plus should opt out of jeans.
The logic behind the result – older people were hard put to find their best fit. As people get older, trying on and finding “the one” when it comes to jeans, becomes increasingly difficult. This frustrates a lot of people and just wouldn’t be worth it, as per the findings. Trying your luck online can have the same effect and returning an item that does not fit would only end up costing more.
Fashion experts claim that jeans may not suit everyone, especially after a certain age. But hey, wearing what you’re comfortable in is the important bit, right?