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10 Laundry Tips from Fashion Designers
I have a very nasty habit when it comes to my clothing, and it's one that I am currently working very hard to break. It's a habit that costs me money and also detracts me from being able to look my best.
How to Stop Being a Fashion Victim
Back in the day, I was a fashion victim to the extreme. I was the “weird kid” at school who dressed in ugly clothes, had zero trendy items, didn’t really have a look pulled together, and topped it all off with cat ears.
15 Signs You're a Fashion Victim
I'll admit it. Back when I was in middle school, high school, and college, I was a fashion victim. My wardrobe was so bad, I literally had people who refused to hang out with me based on the clothing I'd wear. I've been rejected for jobs, bullied relentlessly, and also just turned down for dates because of it.
10 Awesome Suede Jackets You Will Love to Wear
No wardrobe is complete without any of the number of awesome suede jackets on the market. Genuine suede jackets and high quality faux suede pieces are absolute classics of the fashion world, and look great in any context. Whether you're looking for a tough-looking moto jacket, one of Steve McQueen's bomber jackets, or a sweet-looking open jacket to wear to work, you can find what you need in high quality suede. So spice up your wardrobe, and add a long lasting fashion staple to your daily wear, workflow, date night, and wherever/whenever clothing options that just might need a super cool jacket.
How to Dress Like a French Person
There's no one right way to dress like a French person—contrary to popular belief, it's not a country made up entirely of striped shirts, red scarves, and berets. Nevertheless, it's no accident that France is considered by many to be the most fashionable country in the world, and the home of fashion icons like Inès de La Fressange. Visitors may note a kind of subtle difference in the styles they see on the street, without always being able to put their finger on what exactly sets this country's fashion sense apart. Here are just a few ways that that classic, yet effortless look can be achieved, wherever you live or visit.
Wear Beige and Have a Great Look
The beige color carries its nickname very well, the "second black," thanks to its versatility. It will always find its place in your outfits and the wide variety of "nude" tones allows you to choose the one that suits you best. Let's check out what helps to sublimate this color and what to associate with it to look stylish.
How to Wear Black Like a New Yorker
If you’re living in New York City, wearing black is pretty much a requirement. New York is the fashion capital of the world, but it’s also dreary and cold most of the year. Black is a New Yorker’s way of saying, “I’m busy, I’m chic, I’ve got things to do.” You wouldn’t understand unless you lived there, but the point is, if you live in New York or you’re planning on moving to the city, you’ll need to learn how to wear black in the concrete jungle and how to wear it well. In order to wear black like a New Yorker, you may need some help on finding the right fashionable pieces for your wardrobe, so we’ve picked out some pieces to black you out from head to toe.
How to Wear Tie Dye Jeans like a Pro
Hippies and summer camp gave tie dye a bad rep. The truth is, cultures around the world have been tie dyeing fabric since the start of civilization, with the oldest piece of tie dyed material dating back to at least 6,200 years ago in Peru.
How to Get the Best Jeans for Your Body
Is there anything better than slipping into a pair of comfy blue jeans? The best jeans for your body are going to be comfortable and cute, but it can be pretty hard to find that nowadays. The problem isn’t the jean market; there are plenty of cute jeans out there! We have the problem of not knowing how to fit ourselves for a pair of jeans.
How to Dress Like a Goth (Without Looking Terrible)
It was only about ten or fifteen years ago that the goth scene was something to be afraid of. Back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the gothic subculture consisted of people who stood out from society, wore dark and baggy clothing, and shopped at Hot Topic. Gothic fashion wasn’t nearly as appreciated as it is now. Today, however, gothic outfits have taken a turn and goth styles have been reinvented on the runway and in the streets. “Goth fashion” has become a statement style of dress inspired by the goth look from years past. All it takes is the proper inspiration and statement pieces to dress like a goth without looking terrible, and you can join in on the goth scene and make a statement all your own!
10 Hardest Styles to Pull Off, Ranked
I was a fan of EGL clothing in college. EGL, for those who weren't in the visual kei scene of the early 2000s, stands for Elegant Gothic Lolita, and is one of the many different forms of Lolita fashion. It was a style that was all about looking as doll-like as possible, in that creepy Victorian way that most horror movies use.
How to Shop For Clothing (When You Have Body Dysmorphia)
I don't know what I look like. I literally have a very hard time figuring out what my body looks like. I don't know if I'm fat, thin, athletic, curvy, or twiggy. I'm told I look alright, maybe, but I don't know.