I kid you not, I discovered the perfect recipe and unlike when it comes to food, I am willing to share.
Some people approach fashion and style the way I used to approach physics in the 10th grade. I would ask for professional advice & explanations from my dad, I would nod my head while he explained, thinking I am actually getting it, then I’d try to solve an exercise by myself. Twenty minutes later, he’d find me crying and hitting myself in the head with the notebook. Now, while I admit to the fact that I am a total imbecile when it comes to physics, I’m not too shabby when it comes to style. After tremendous amounts of research, I have compiled a list of unbeatable tips & tricks. If you follow this religiously, I promise, no, I swear, that everyone will look at you like at a newly emerged Goddess of style.
Brands, brands, brands and more brands to top those brands
This is something EVERY true fashionista knows: you can’t be stylish unless you’re wearing a ~ brand ~. Recent favourites are Vetements, Gucci, Channel and LV still rule when it comes to purses and Versace will be forever a fashionista favourite. The more brand items you can fit in an outfit, the better. If those items also have the brand’s logo very noticeable, even better. Can’t afford brands? No problem. Just get a knock off, no one will be able to tell.
Wear Metallica & Motörhead shirts, even if a couple of years ago you were that kind of person who would scream “satanist” at someone who was wearing a band tee because they were actually listening to that band
I think this one is self explanatory – they are all the rage now. If you can top it with a very awesome studded leather jacket and some jeans with patches that have feminist messages on them, you’d be the most stylish gal on the block. Maybe you could even start adding #GirlBoss or #GirlPower as hashtags to your photos and describe your style as “Rock’n’Rolla”.
Trends should dictate your style
Whether you like them or not, you simply NEED to abide to the holy rules of the Trends. How else could you be stylish, I mean, hellooo! It’s really embarrassing if you’re still stuck in the normcore era now that we’ve moved on. Let the Trends take over, let them wear you, let them make you stylish. There is no such thing as “I don’t like a Trend” or “I feel as if this Trend is not for me”. Also, be very careful and make sure that the Trends you choose are blogger approved, then you get extra style points.
Wear heels at all times
Everybody knows that wearing the highest and most uncomfortable heels is the epitome of style. Whether you’re going to work where you stand up for eight hours, or a garden party, you simply wear heels. Don’t be afraid of stepping on grass, as you can see in the selected images, I do it too and it’s really not that difficult/dangerous. Really.
Stop trying to seem smart or cultured, you’re boring the hell out of everyone
Do you REALLY think that we care about the global warming? The political climate? Child labour? The latest book you’ve read? Your PhD? No, honey. Every stylish person know that we let our clothes speak for us, they tell you everything: our tastes, wealth & social status. What else could you possibly want people to know about you? So stop trying to be Miss Smartypants and go for Miss Stylishpants instead – stick to (pointless) chit chat.
Dress: Pull & Bear
Wig: Rockstar Wigs
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I hope this time you were in on the joke from the beginning, not like last time, when people actually thought I’m being serious with the “How to look hot when it’s cold” article. I can’t give you much valuable style advice because style is personal and you have to look within you to find it. It’s all about tastes, as I’ve told you before. While some people find Vetements incredibly stylish, I don’t – and, no matter how trendy and cool something is, I could never wear it just because of that, I wouldn’t feel comfortable. Following trends is not a crime, however you should only choose those which you really like, who truly suit your personality. Most importantly, don’t ever be afraid to experiment and fool around when it comes to your personal style – it’s no precise science.