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What are some fall fashion don'ts?
Overly covered clothing, long sleeves with knee high boots, what else? Can you suggest some of the fashion don;ts in the colorful and slightly cold fall weather?
Don't forget your umbrella! (I got caught in the rain a couple of times recently - oops)
Don't try to hang on to summer by continuing to wear flip-flops. Your feet will freeze. And you will slip on wet pavements.
Don't forget to wear layers - The weather is changeable at this time of year so wear a couple of layers such as a long-sleeve jersey top with a cardi or waist-coat over the top. If the temperature warms up again, you can take these off.
All I can think of is leggings. The look hideous on any one with an extra ounce on their frame and they don't even look good on slender people. Also sweats - too often people end up wearing them out in public. Not good. And everything, whatever it is, must be clean.
Don't wear sandals with socks, items with a lot of fringe, shorts (if it is clearly too cold for shorts), uggs with shorts/dresses/skirts, or big feathery jackets or coats.
Visible Panty Lines! Even a slender trim woman should avoid having 4 butt cheeks. Not flattering on anyone.
This happens year round, but I always see an increase in the fall - Pajama bottoms worn outside of the house. With the exception of running for the morning paper in the driveway. I want to scream when I see this happening at the mall, the grocery store, the library, etc. My pre-schooler with special needs can dress herself before she leaves the house, why can't everyone else?
I live in the UK and some people do the same. We no longer seem to value elegance and glamour. In Liverpool recently, there was a fashion for young women to go out wearing old fashioned curlers in their hair - part of a retro 1950's housewife look.
by nikki15 years ago
Whatz r ur opinions? Personally like blending. Matching one color..
by Brian7 years ago
I was watching this men's fashion advice guru on youtube, and he claims that men should never wear tighty whiteys, or white crewneck t-shirts, because it's not fashionable. I just watched this, and went...you're kidding...
by Ciel Clark5 years ago
What fashion did you try that bothered your parents and what fashion trends of today bother you?
by yenajeon8 years ago
What is the best fashion or beauty advice you've ever received or given? I'd love to know!Mine would probably be: Wear something form-fitting enough to make you a woman, but loose enough to be a lady.
by talfonso4 years ago
Recently, Disney Cruise Line revised their MDR dress code. They now allow shorts in the restaurants (well, except for Palo and Remy, the latter of which are onboard the Dream and Fantasy). There are mixed reactions on...
by yenajeon8 years ago
Hi! I love love all things fashion!My new favorite trend is delicate florals!Whats yours?
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