7 Deadly Fashion Sins
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7 DEADLY FASHION SINS How To Always Look Your Very Best
You will never make these fashion mistakes again.
1. Socks and heels - if you are that desperate for a
bootie look, buy a pair or booties, ankle boots or
calf boots. This trend is wildly popular, but is not
a good fashion choice for anyone over the age of
10, as it makes you look age-inappropriate and
simply silly. Pass on this trend and wear some-
2. Ponchos, capes and anything that makes you
look like a top-heavy, second-rate superhero, or
This look is very on-trend, but also very unflat-
tering to average-sized or larger folk, so opt for
a fitted look instead.
An invaluable list of deadly
fashion sins. These are univer-
sally unflattering styles and
clothing items that stylists and
fashion magazines try to con-
vince us are the height of fash-
ion. In reality, these things ei-
ther make you look stupid,
cheap, homeless, obliterate
your shape or put your worst
body parts in sharp focus.
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6. Flat combat boots on women - this is a very popu-
lar look for toughening up floaty dresses or pairing
with biker jackets for a "biker chic" look. The sad
truth is, flat combat books simply don't look good on
women, no matter what they're paired with. Pair the
short ones with socks, and you get a variation of the
"go buy booties look." They tend to create a harsh,
3. Playsuits - the really short ones put a whole lot of
cellulite and untoned thighs on display, so NO!
Leave this trend to waif-thin, very young girls and
opt for a classy, grown-up look.
4. Muumuus - really comfortable, but they also
make anyone instantly look 200 pounds heavier.
Some kaftans also do this, so check your reflection
before you go out in one of these.
5. Supertight skinny stretch jeans on men - men
really don't have the sexiest legs and these tend to
hug you in all the wrong places. People aren't mak-
ing eye contact because they're embarrassed by
what you've chosen to display.
straight line right at the widest part of the calves
and ankles, making you look shorter, and your
legs thicker and fatter in an instant. Heeled com-
bat boots knee boots that don't stop in the problem
zone can be quite flattering, however.
7. Layers and layers of untailored clothing, or
mismatched prints and patterns - cue the
"homeless-and-wearing-my-entire closet" look.
This is a favourite of stylists, bloggers and "street
style" experts everywhere, and it looks awful.
Less is more. Tailored is more flattering and
keeping your look sleek and polished is way more
elegant, no matter what's in fashion at the mo-
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