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4 Common Style Fashion Mistakes To Avoid

4 Common Style Fashion Mistakes To Avoid

There are so many fashion “rules” it’s tough to keep track of what’s a faux pas and what’s an iconic look. From keeping your clothes monochromatic to avoiding accessories, we’ve got you covered with these four common style fashion mistakes to avoid.

Not Working With a Tailor

Finding the right fit is everything. That said, if you spot an incredible pair of jeans in a store, try them on, and realize they don’t fit perfectly, don’t despair! Hiring a tailor for minor adjustments makes you look polished and keeps you comfortable in your favorite clothes.

Avoiding Accessories

Not finishing off a look with some accessories is like icing a cake but leaving the top naked. Accessories are the final touch that can elevate your outfit from mediocre to marvelous! If you don’t know where to begin, try adding a statement necklace and a favorite pair of earrings to one of your outfits. Small touches here and there go a long way toward making your style look intentional.

Staying Monochromatic

Splashes of color are critical for tying a look together. Black jeans and a black T-shirt aren’t going to wow anyone. Find some ladies’ designer dresses with bold colors and try strutting your stuff. For those of you who are new to color, try using your accessories to add pops of color before reworking your whole outfit.

Wearing What Others Like

It’s possible you read one of our other tips and thought, “That’s stupid—I like wearing monochromatic outfits.” Don’t ignore that instinct. The biggest mistake you can make is trying to change who you are to fit with the fashion choices of others. Comfort is a big part of style, so if you don’t feel like yourself in a pair of designer jeans, you won’t pull them off. If you’ve found a look that works for you, keep it up.

Now that you know these four common style fashion mistakes to avoid, find your perfect look without compromising your comfort.

Colby Bender