'With age comes wisdom,' or so the saying goes. But we all know that's not true. A lot of things don't come with age, like a more matured sense of style. We're not talking about our friend's parents either. Some celebs seem to perpetually be in a "drop it like it's hot" stage despite qualifying for AARP. Wearing everything from graphic tees to copious amounts of cleavage, these adults need to grow up and into more appropriate fashion!
Here are seven celebs who need to start dressing their age.
In her defense the pop star does admit to being internally 12 years old. Judging by her many..."youthful" outfits, she seems to be running with this idea. Maybe now that she's had "them babies" and dropped 30 lbs, the Butterfly singer is on her way to dressing like a bonafide 40-year-old.
Likely the poster child for "mama's Gone Wild," Mama Combs is rarely seen without a plunging neckline or a platinum blonde wig. Now, we're not saying she needs to be wearing a mumu, but can we get a happy medium?
The cornrows and oversized clothing were kinda cool—in 1992! Now that Calvin Broadus is 40 years old, we're over it.
Jim Jones' mama may have the body of a teenager, but she has the face of a 70-year-old and the voice of a 90-year-old man. W e know she's young at heart, but lay off shopping at Delia*s will ya, Nancy?
Vivica A. Fox
Now in no ways are we saying that you can't be 47 and $exy, because—we can't lie—if our bodies looked half as good as Vivica's does at that age we surely wouldn't be wearing twinset cardigans. But Viv does have a tendency to look like she raided Keyshia Cole's closet, circa 2005.
Madge has the body of a well-oiled machine, but c'mon...liquid leggings and arm warmers in your 50s? No.
We know they're all bad, but which celeb really takes the cake and all the icing with their junior dressing?