The odds are that if you're reading this post you're probably getting close to the end of your fifty-year-old years. Whatever age you grow, dressing your age or even figuring out how to dress is never easy for men. Don't be one of those men, who lets his style slide when he enters into big 50s. But, there isn't a established rules that govern the way men dress, but style for older men versus younger is pretty different. Even if you're younger in heart and would like to wear those bomber jackets, thick T-shirts etc but, do they merit wearing at your older age. A big NO! First and the foremost, the key to dressing for those over 50 is to wear clothes that fit right. Outfits that flatter make them appear more mature. Therefore, go through your collection and pick the ones that slip on easily You not only are stylish but they are also comfortable regardless of the occasion you're attending. If you take a look at the title "style tips for men over 50" the content is not sounding all that appealing, but we're sharing some of the most useful suggestions on of how an older man can be noticed with their style choices. A few style fundamentals for our oldies: Style stays, Fashion fades. Rather than chasing fluttering trends males of a certain years should settle for a general look in the style they feel most at ease. For instance, if, for hoodies example, you feel comfortable in an Blazerand Jeans pair then stick to the style you like, don't modify it simply because you're growing. In accessories, a subtly designed tie is always appropriate for a man in mid-life. Lastly, White running shoes are not recommended for older people especially if they're running and for that also they may prefer dark or black Nike. Style rules for our oldies: skinny jeans: If you're slim, you must ignore those slim fitted jeans. You're not a singer from Green day; You will end up looking silly wearing those tight pants. Logos/ Graphics printed t-shirts: After a certain age say 50, anything appears large on your chest makes you look desperate so do not wear it. Hoodies An absolute no for the oldies. Long hair: If you are losing your hair, any haircut that is more than 1/2 inch is not preferable. Blue Jeans or running boots:This is my personal dislike. If you're going out for running, don't forget to wear running shoes . If you have to go to work, wear some grown-up shoes. So, let's take a look at some fashion tips for looking most stylish in the 50s. Here are the tips: You can keep your style colour-blocked It's not that you need to remove every colour from your wardrobe but go for a more monotone palette. Try to avoid the bright acid colours and pastel shades. You should opt for classic shades like camel, light grey, navy blue, forest green or dark red. If you have hair that is all grey, wearing grey attire are a great way to look stylish. This is the preferred professional style for office environments. Let go of your cargo pants and shorts The majority of you will be thinking it's obvious but it requires repetitionNever carry cargo. Though they are comfortable and practical, think of all those pockets that come in handy, but they are not for big daddies. White t-shirts can be your normal wear Yes in the old age anything in white can be elegant. You can carry white t-shirts for any occasion, but ensure that it's in perfect condition . This means that it has been cleaned, ironed and properly folded. If not, you'll look like you're slipping out of bed. It's true: it's not at all appropriate for a dignified elderly man. Find out your body's shape and stick to one fitting Some men are lucky enough to look effortlessly good in those store-bought suits, but the majority of these men are extremely rare. So if you are not one of the lucky ones then do yourself a favour and get your baggy trousers and suits cuffed and hemmed properly. Incorrectly fitted clothes aren't all healthy for you and will display your age. Wear clothes that fit just right and look like the multimillionaire. Don't put on denim on denim This is an all-time trend for hipsters of the younger generation, but for men who are over 50, it's a definitely no. If you're wearing jeans, then opt for a casual button down and put a plain T-shirt to top it. A mix of denim and Chambray tops with tanned brown Chinos is the best option for people older than 50. Denim jackets with any blue-colored jeans shouldn't be worn on any occasion.