Ha Ha. Hmmm. I had that thought myself. Being an "older lady" too, I'm wondering . . . would that a "bad" thing?Being an old lady myself, I have noticed several postings asking if a bag appeared "old ladyish". That made me wonder what you all might consider to be old lady bags? A certain style, brand, or color?
Oh temo I totally agree!! I am far more fashion forward than many of the younger women I work with. None of them even have a clue about my handbags or anything else. But, I don't wear what I do for them, I do it for me!I think in this connotation it might mean "dowdy" (?)
However, as someone who has been around for a while, I think maybe I speak for other "boomers" when I say that "older Lady" no longer means "dowdy"!!
I remember the first time I was called Ma'am! Just like I remember when Kennedy was shot! lolI am in my 30s and I still do a double-take when someone calls me ma'am or Ms. instead or Miss! lol
Anyway, a lot of people think the Chanel flaps are bags older ladies, but I don't care. I love them!