Fashion Tips: HERE are some fashion stereotypes EVERY girl should stop believing

Do you wear black because it makes you look thin? Do you refrain from wearing bright colours because of your dusky skin? If yes, then read below to find out some fashion stereotypes that you should stop following right now.
Fashion Tips: HERE are some fashion stereotypes EVERY girl should stop believingFashion Tips: HERE are some fashion stereotypes EVERY girl should stop believing
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Everyone has a different style and a different fashion sense. Some like to experiment with their looks, while some like to keep it simple. Fashion choices are personal and should be kept that way. But in this age of technology, there are too many fashion dos and don'ts that people are supposed to follow. There are these self-proclaimed fashion police who decide what looks good and what does not. These fashion rules are made by a set group of people, and we are sometimes forced to follow it. But ladies it's time to follow what you feel is right and not what someone else thinks.

 

Read below to find out some fashion stereotypes that we should stop believing in right away. You want to wear light shades, dark shades, short clothes, baggy jeans that should be your choice and not anyone else's.

 

Dusky women should stay away from bright colour:

 

 

It's often said that women who have a dusky skin tone should avoid colours like yellow, green or even red at times. But how does that even make sense in the real world? Be it dusky or fair, if some colour suits you then you should go ahead and wear it. A lot of dusky women and women of colour are rocking some pretty amazing colours and look stunning in them. 

 

Larger prints look good on larger women:

 

Your body type cannot dictate what you should wear and what you shouldn't wear. The only thing that should dictate what you wear is your comfort. If a print looks great, it will look great on any canvas regardless of the size.

 

Crop tops are only for thin people:

 

When it comes to wearing certain outfits, your comfort is more important. Whatever might be your build, if you want to rock a crop top, you do it. If you want to experiment with the look and ease into the skin show, start with wearing a crop top with high waisted pants. 

 

Black is for larger women:

 

Black colour looks good for everyone. But many people believe that larger women should black colours often since that gives them a slender look and makes them look a bit thinner. Well, if you are someone who loves bright colours, then go for it without caring much about this stereotype. 

 

Heels look more sophisticated than flats:

 

Yes, heels help you flaunt your curves and accentuates your figure but they are not the only thing that you can wear. Your posture gets a boost with heels, yes, but you can have the same posture with flats and even barefoot.

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