What is the most important thing when it comes to fashion? Is it the clothes? Is it looking good? Is it looking good for the world or looking good for yourself? Many fashion enthusiasts think that looking good has nothing to do with fashion. But, to them we say the popular phrase: balderdash. We know that this isn’t a phrase, but they don’t have an argument as well. For us, fashion has always meant to look good and be comfortable while doing it. You may have to go slightly outside of your comfort zone to achieve this, but you don’t have to totally fall out of it right now.
So, we hear that ripped jeans are all the rave this spring, after all Gigi Hadid is sporting them. That is one way of thinking about fashion. But, if like us a $1000 pair of jeans with holes the size of your fist does not appeal to you, then we suggest a pair of bottoms from American Eagle. But, humor apart, there are three questions that you need to ask yourself to turn heads in adoration:
- What is my body type?
- What is the fit that should go with it and will accentuate the natural features?
- What color combinations do I like and that would not have me looking like a clown?
But, before you answer these you have to be comfortable with who you are. That can only be achieved if you stop to appreciate yourself. After all, there is a reason that body types are usually named after fruits. All of them are sweet, but unfortunately the media would have all of us look like a coke bottle. So to avoid wearing the wrong fit, find out your body type. The second question listed above will require some reading and experience. Find out your distinguishing features and select the right fit to accentuate them. Color combinations are the relaxed part. As long as you don’t look like a clown, unless the multi-color and multi-pattern at the same time is the look you’re going for, a great color combination will help your style light to shine.
We’ve made a detailed infographic to help you out with the three questions. Read through it and if you still want those ripped jeans, just rip up an old pair from the closet (to be stylish and economical, and for a great fit) and go for it!