What do you think about a 'Today Show' segment that claims there's a cut-off age for wearing jeans?

I was dumbfounded when I read the article featured on the show this week. A British Company called 'CollectPlus' believes that people should stop wearing jeans once they reach the age of 53. Apparently, they believe that those of us who have reached maturity should find a new style that's more suitable to our age.

So, what exactly do they think is the appropriate style? I know, at my age, leggings are not my most flattering look unless they're peeking out from under a 3/4 length dress. So those are out. I'm not ready to start wearing the polyester stretchy pants with the elastic tops. I gave up crop tops and miniskirts. What more do they want?

As far as I'm concerned, I'll be buried in my favorite pair of jeans because that's what I wear every single day. (unless I'm going to a fancy affair) So, forget it, Today Show and CollectPlus! You're not getting my jeans!

Okay, now that I've expressed my humble opinion, I'm very interested to hear what you think. Do you believe people should retire the jeans when they reach their mid-50's? Or should they make a stand for denim? Take our poll and let us know your thoughts!

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