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Fashion Rules You MUST Live By!!!!!!!!

Updated: Apr 19

It's no big secret that there are plenty of fashion rules you should live by, however, some can be mended others not so much. In this article I'm going to focus on the rules you need to live by, after all they are there for your own good.




Dress Appropriate for Your Age


We are living in an age of selfishness and it's all about me, I don't care if people don't like it, I'll do whatever I want, no matter how ridicules I look. There are women who look good for their age and instead of embracing their maturity they think they can look better than a woman twenty years younger. Ladies, dress for your age, just because you think you look good for your age that doesn't mean you should dress like a woman in her twenties. It's not very becoming for a lady to dress inappropriately as she gets older. This is true especially if you call yourself a Christian. Let's say for argument’s sake you're not a Christian, ask yourself, are you married, do you have kids, do you have grandchildren, do you have self-respect? Ask yourself these questions before you put on an outfit that you know you shouldn't wear anymore. With age comes maturity not immaturity or only focusing on yourself. As women we have fallen so far from grace that we are no longer valued and looked at the same way we once were. The same way as our mothers, grandmothers, and great grandmothers were. The worst part is most women did this to themselves. The modern woman needs to do better starting off by dressing for her age. The same can be said for the reverse. If you're in your twenties or thirties you don't have to dress like you're twenty years older than you are to achieve a sophisticated classy look. Modesty and sticking to classic pieces such as pencil skirts, button down blouses, and sweaters are key to a classic and sophisticated look without it aging you.


Don't Look Sloppy/Balance Is Key


I know I know many people say, "My style doesn't define me," while that may be true, but what is also true is that it does describe you. A lot of people don't want to admit that you can tell a person's personality by the way they dress. Why else would you dress a certain way and have a particular style? For example, I personally love the oversized look, oversized sweaters, tops, blazers, and even coats. I even go a size up to achieve this look, because there are days, I want to be comfortable, but I also like to look put together and fresh. With that said, I want to make it known balance is key. When you wear an oversized top make sure the bottom is not oversized, it should be fitted to your body. Oversized on top of oversized looks bad, you will look bigger than you are, you'll look sloppy, and you'll look like you've given up on life. Also, tuck in your blouses, now this may just be my opinion, but the half tucked half not tucked blouse doesn't look right. It really looks sloppy and doesn't do much for many body shapes.


Don't Look Sloppy/Balance Is Key


I know I know many people say, "My style doesn't define me," while that may be true, but what is also true is that it does describe you. A lot of people don't want to admit that you can tell a person's personality by the way they dress. Why else would you dress a certain way and have a particular style? For example, I personally love the oversized look, oversized sweaters, tops, blazers, and even coats. I even go a size up to achieve this look, because there are days, I want to be comfortable, but I also like to look put together and fresh. With that said, I want to make it known balance is key. When you wear an oversized top make sure the bottom is not oversized, it should be fitted to your body. Oversized on top of oversized looks bad, you will look bigger than you are, you'll look sloppy, and you'll look like you've given up on life. Also, tuck in your blouses, now this may just be my opinion, but the half tucked half not tucked blouse doesn't look right. It really looks sloppy and doesn't do much for many body shapes.





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