Despite the fact that modern fashion blurs all borders, both age and social, many women are still subject to prejudice. So often we refuse ourselves, in the thing we like, only because we consider it too fashionable, or we don’t wear it already bought due to the fact that we cannot choose a matching color for it. But this makes no sense. We have prepared for you the 7 most common fashionable fears that should be immediately eradicated.
You are afraid to combine several accessories in one image
In fact, well-chosen accessories can make the simplest image stylish and sophisticated. So take an example from fashion bloggers - and feel free to fight!
You are afraid to combine black with dark blue
In combinations of colors there is only one real rule: neutral colors always look great together. So blue and black, brown and black or any other color and black are always a good combination!
You are afraid to wear sweatpants and leggings at home and at the gym.
Now a well-thought-out image with leggings or sweatpants is suitable even for a hike on a date. By the way, with shoes with high heels, they look no worse than with sneakers.
You avoid high waisted pants
It is in vain, because such pants make the figure visually taller and slimmer. Try to wear tight jeans or high-waisted classic black pants, we are sure you will like it.
You are afraid to combine different prints.
A strip paired with a polka dot pattern? Leopard floral print? Why not?! Combining prints is the fastest way to achieve the effect of high style, which we so loved in such brands as Gucci.
You are afraid to combine several bright colors in clothes.
Oddly enough, one bright shade can look even better when paired with another bold rich color. Put on an emerald silk blouse? Do not be afraid to add to the image of suede shoes in fuchsia or bright yellow clutch. In the summer and spring in this way you will look very fashionable.
You avoid horizontal stripes
In fact, you just need to find such a print with a horizontal stripe that will fit your body shape and not visually disturb its proportions. A dress made of thick knitwear with a taim print is perfect.