I'm a 48-year-old fashionista – people tell me to dress my age but I refuse to stop wearing crop tops | The Sun
A 48-YEAR-OLD fashion guru has ignored online criticism to show off her amazing cropped fit.
Fritzie Cencil displayed her daring style in a TikTok video and explained to The U.S. Sun why age will never stop her from expressing herself.
In her TikTok video, Cencil showed no qualms about wearing clothes few 48-year-olds would dare to wear.
She danced confidently in front of the camera, donning a navy blue matching set with built-in g-string detail and bearing her taut midriff.
"When someone tells me to dress my age," read text on the screen, set to song lyrics rapping "OK OK OK."
She credited intermittent fasting, rationing carbohydrates, 45 minutes of home exercise, and laughter as the secrets to maintaining her figure.
Many commenters showed support to the fashion blogger.
"I want to be like you when I'm older," wrote one fan.
"If you got it, flaunt it," said another.
Cencil also posted videos of her exercise routine and her daily outfit choices to her TikTok account.
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"Home exercise to keep my aging body fit," she said.
Speaking to the U.S. Sun, Cencil also had some choice words for her fashion critics.
"Dress whatever you want, age is not the definition of your fashion. Shout your style, not your age," she said.
Despite negative reactions to her bold sense of fashion, she posted multiple viral videos in defense of her look.
"Born in the '70s, raised in the '80s, raved in the '90s. 2020s – I aspire to inspire before I expire," she wrote in one video.
"At 48yo my life is better than when I was 28yo," she wrote in another. "Proud of the woman I become [sic]," she added.
When dealing with haters, Cencil gave advice to her followers.
"Don't change who you are to match ur surroundings. Pick better surroundings and be yourself," she wrote.
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