I’m still me: style, sex appeal and identity.

Postcards From Midlife

By The Times

I’m still me: style, sex appeal and identity.

You feel like the same person you were in your twenties and thirties, so why does society portray menopausal women as the grey-haired, cardie brigade? Lorraine and Trish talk to Britpop star Louise Wener about reforming her band, Sleeper, in her fifties, how style and sex appeal evolve and why you’re never too old to wear leopard print.

Plus, how to cope when teens discover booze and partying; the Sunday night conflict zone; and sorting your gut health.

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