No offense, but do you realize how tacky that looks? I’m just being a friend you know—seriously, don’t get offended.
Um, don’t shop there. Eww, no. Can you say ‘ratchet central’?
Honey, didn’t you wear that yesterday?
Everyone has that.
Excuse me, but what even are those?
You know how it goes. Don’t wear that—it’s not ‘in’ anymore. Ever have someone try to tell you in a ‘nice’ way that what you’re wearing is tacky? Don’t get me started on those people who judge where you shop. Really? Are you really not allowed to re-wear clothing? I don’t know about you, but I’m not buying something to only wear it once. Maybe you have something that a lot of people have, but do you look like everybody? If someone doesn’t recognize what you’re wearing or where it came from, take that as a good thing; now you don’t have to worry about them going out and copying you.
I know. I may seem a little saucy in this post. I’m not. I just think it’s important to be periodically reminded that you’ve got to do style your way. That being said, I don’t like every clothing item/accessory that’s out there nor do I understand every way of dressing. But, at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if someone isn’t feeling your fashion. Are they joined at your hip? If the answer is no, then there is no problem.
Recycle what? The rules. I’m not talking about the type of recycle where you keep it and use it for something else. I’m talking about the computer style recycle bin where you recycle it to never see it again. I’m not sure about you, but I don’t always like being told what to do. Below are some famous fashion controversies that I see, so get out your trash can because these ‘no-can-do’ beliefs are going into the garbage.
If you have an encouraging piece of fashion advice that you want to share, leave it in the comments below.
Thank you lovelies,
Have a beautiful week.
Hallelujah, I’m finally on spring break.
R’Nelle CyRe’ XX