Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Fashion Myths Busted!


We have some fashion  myths busted here. So , go creative with your fashion experiments, this post as you read further will make you realise, however outrageous you get with your fashion statement, you would not look silly :)

Rachel Bilson in Jenni Kayne1. MYTH: Save the sequins for after dark.  
TRUTH: The shimmery fabric is eye-catching for day when layered with plain basics. Rachel Bilson dressed down a sparkling mini with an oxford shirt, both from designer Jenni Kayne. Sequins are glamorous and work for the day , only, keep the silhouttes simple.

Joy Bryant in Matthew Williamson2. MYTH: Showing skin isn't sophisticated. 
TRUTH: On the right dress, a well-placed peekaboo is a sly surprise. Joy Bryant looked ladylike in a Matthew Williamson with a daring cutout at the waist and an otherwise conservative cut. Her best accessory? Plenty of confidence. "A dress shouldn't own you. It shouldn't overpower you."

Kristen Bell in Jenni Kayne3. MYTH: Long dresses aren't for short women.

TRUTH: Petites need not fear the maxidress trend—Eva Longoria, Jessica Simpson and Kristen Bell have all mastered the summery style. Just choose a dress in a light fabric, like Bell's sheer silk gown from Jenni Kayne, to avoid adding bulk, and wear with comfortable, height-adding wedges.

Reese Witherspoon in Rory Beca4. MYTH: Avoid clashing colors.  

: An unexpected color combination can make a major statement. Savvy Reese Witherspoon paired a Rory Beca dress in hot pink and red with matching red sandals. A pared-down silhouette put the color combo—and Witherspoon—in the spotlight.

Rihanna5. MYTH: Never wear denim with denim.  

TRUTH: You can sport a jean jacket with jeans as long as you vary the wash of the two pieces. Rihanna gave a sophisticated twist to double denim, wearing skinny white jeans with a light-wash belted jacket.

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