Pinay supermodel Joey Mead King asserted that "there shouldn't be" any rules that dictate how women of certain age should dress up.
The TV host noted that "anybody should wear whatever they're comfortable with" as long as it suits their body type.
"I feel like nowadays, in this generation, that a woman can express however she feels as long as it's suitable to her body type, her personality," she explained.
"I really believe like, even women in her fifties, who's looking good and feeling good, should wear whatever she wants.
"There shouldn't be a category.
"I mean, look at the women we have in our forties. We've got J.Lo, we have Halle Berry.
"And the girls in their thirties look hardly [their age], and there's so many women who don't dress their age.
"They dress how they feel, they dress what makes them look good. Granted that they have stylists, but I know that they know what suits them."
This was shared with an interview with PEP.ph where they caught up with the former Asia's Next Top Model judge during the launch of Tresemmé's Detox and Nourish Shampoo and Conditioner last Tuesday, September 5, at the Manila House Private Club in Bonifacio Global City.
Current Travel Outfit Fave
The 40-year-old model and TV personality also revealed her latest go-to fashion piece whenever she's traveling: the kimono wrap.
Joey Mead said, "I always say it's jeans, but lately, I've noticed with my travels, I think what's really important is to have a kimono."
"I noticed that a good-looking kimono with some embroidery and a bit of fringing is good. But that's if you're kinda into the boho look.
"That, for me, has been quite a go-to piece," she added.
The versatile cover up can be worn on a casual day out or even on formal events.
It's also a stylish way of keep yourself cozy.
Joey Mead says, "A good-quality kimono...t's just enough to keep you warm pag malakas 'yung aircon.
"And just enough that it makes you give [off] that hippie cool [vibe] with your jean shorts, or long jeans, or like a pair of slacks with sandals or just the black dress."
This story originally appeared on Pep.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.