10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow

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10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow

Are you wondering which are the wrong fashion myths that you probably respected at least once? We have the answer!

Fashion is a messy thing to be in, and us girls, certainly know that. Whether we are thin, curvy, tall or short, there is always something that we can’t wear. Or can we?

I am telling you today that when it comes to fashion, you can wear almost anything, as long as you know how to wear it, and it looks good.

So forget about those wrong trends and rules, because they are not so true as you thought.

Being fashionable has no written rules, and we are letting you know about the wrong ones.

So let’s have a look at 10 wrong fashion myths that you should forget about!

1.No White After Labour Day

Who said that you should only wear an all white look on labour day could not have been more wrong.

I think that we can all agree that all white outfits are a killer, especially during spring or summer, when they are incredibly cute and fresh.

And when you think about it, you don’t need to spend your time searching for the perfect pants to match that blue top you just got, because it’s all white baby!

Not only an all white outfit is classy and chic, but it’s also very modern and minimalistic. So forget about this myth, it’s busted!

10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow – All White Look
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow – All White Look
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow – All White Look
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow
10 Oh-So-Wrong Fashion Myths That You Probably Follow – All White Look

You can mix and match bold colours in the same outfit. True or false?

NEXT: #2 Bold Colours

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