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  1. #1 How Old Is Too Old For Bikinis? 
    How Old Is Too Old For Bikinis?
    Women In Survey Give Expiration Dates For Certain Looks

    POSTED: 7:18 am MST May 16, 2011

    How old is too old? A new survey is answering that question when it comes to women wearing bikinis, miniskirts and stilettos.

    The study, commissioned by Diet Chef, surveyed 2,000 women who said that women shouldn't wear bikinis after the age of 47.

    The cut-off for miniskirts was 35 years old and for stilettos was 51 years old.

    Here are some other results:

    Knee-high boots: 47 Leggings: 45 Tight vest: 44 See-through blouse: 40 Long hair: 53 Ponytail: 51
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    My mom started wearing a one piece at 60 and still has long hair, some knee high boots (for the Barbara Stanwyck look) , and never wore miniskirt or stiletto because they were uncomfortable.
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    I don't get the boot prohibition unless they mean knee-high boots with a miniskirt. That's a tough look to pull off at any age.

    The leggings one is also weird. Leggings are perfect for older women because they cover up a lot of skin. I don't see why a 60 year old couldn't wearing leggings, a tunic, and ballet flats and look perfectly fine.
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    Not so much a question of age, more of a question of size :D
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    there are some 60+ that look damn good in Bikinis, but they are far and few between
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    This is officially too old.
    (Don't link to this if you're having lunch, just had lunch, or are thinking about ever having lunch again).

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    definitely before this.

    http://justjared.buzznet.com/2008/12...a-bikini-babe/

    donatella versace at 53 in a bikini. gagmewithaspoon.
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    If you look like this....



    then yes, bikinis are still an option. :)


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