Doesn't it feel a lot like Christmas? We bet you're already planning which outfits to wear to this season's holiday parties! But unlike when you were in your perky, free-spirited 20s, hitting the big 3-0 comes with new parameters in terms of party dressing. While these guidelines may not be set in stone, following these tips will keep you looking classy.

In your 20s:
You lived in crop tops and cutout dresses.


In your 30s:


You can still wear skin-baring or body-hugging outfits, but you have to pick pieces that are more polished.

In your 20s:  
Your legs were your best assets, so you loved wearing mini skirts and short dresses.

In your 30s: 


If you’re conscious of showing too much leg now, slip on a dress with a slit. This way, you can flaunt your lovely stems while still feeling covered.

In your 20s:  
Your curves are for slaying. You wear anything that hugs your figure.

In your 30s: 


We don’t see anything wrong with showcasing the curves that your momma gave you. Say, you’re wearing a bodycon dress, balance it out by wearing a boxy jacket. You can also opt for figure-hugging clothing in dark colors.

In your 20s: 
When you party, you sparkle!


In your 30s:
 

 


Obsessed with shimmering and sparkly frocks? Tone down a sequinned piece while keeping the shine on high by pairing it with a silky item. Keep your accessories to a minimum to allow your dress to be the center of attention.

In your 20s:
Justine Timberlake's "Sexy Back" was your jam.

In your 30s:

 


Rock backless outfits like a superstar. Just remember to wear nipple tape for the safekeeping of your twins. 

In your 20s:

When attending special, elegant affairs, you always wear a long gown or an opulent cocktail dress.

In your 30s:


You can now get away with a jumpsuit made of luxe fabric or exquisite tailoring.

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