Anytime you imply that a group of people should dress or behave a certain way, you run the risk of sounding like a stereotyping butt head...and there's a good chance you're right.  However, it's likely that at some point in your life you've seen someone dressed in a way that you thought was a little too young for them.

My 43rd birthday is coming up next month and I couldn't help but notice that I don't really dress any differently now than I did when I was 20.  I mean, the brands, logos, cuts and colors have definitely changed over the years, but the basics:  Jeans, t-shirts, hoodies, sneakers, etc. are still the bulk of my wardrobe.  So at what age do men start dressing like an old guy?  Apparently, never.  A new study said that women definitely hit milestones where they no longer feel comfortable in certain types of clothes, but men apparently aren't typically born with those instincts.  Based on that, the octogenarian men of the future are likely to be wearing board shorts, hoodies, flip flops, etc.  It's definitely not the "grandpa" look that I grew up with, but I suppose I'm grateful that I apparently don't have to start wearing slacks hiked up 3 inches above my belly button anytime soon.