Designers and stylists never run out of fresh ideas. Each year we are offered something creative and innovative.
What was considered to be fashionable 20 years ago nowadays might look rather awkward. However, people feel like returning back in time and wearing something that was in fashion many years ago. Whichever style you opt for, look through the following myths that should no longer believed in.
1. Gold and Silver Can't Be Worn Together.
Gold-silver combination is really very popular at present. Do not avoid such jewelry – simply commit to the look and pick the right item. It will add some playfulness to your whole outlook.
2. Horizontal Stripes Will Make You Look Shorter and Wider.
Who hasn’t heard this statement? Well, sometimes rules change. Nowadays designers disagree with this myth and claim that you can look wonderful in an outfit with horizontal stripes on.
3. High Heels Shouldn't Be Worn by Tall Women.
It does not matter how tall you are. If your wish is to wear heels, then simply do it. High heels make your legs look wonderful; they change your walk for the better. What you need is not a pair of flat shoes but self-confidence.
4. Not Only Eveningwear Can Glitter and Sparkle.
There is no need to worry– you will never look ridiculous
if there is some subtle glitter and sparkle. The secret is to do it in moderation. Overdoing it is what you should avoid for sure. A sparkling item can refresh your whole looks.
5. Long Dresses Should Never Be Worn by Short Women.
your height, you can look gorgeous in a long dress. The myth has made us believe that short women should opt for outfits that show their legs. The truth is that short women can look outstanding in a long pencil skirt or a dress that reaches down below the knees.
6. More than One Bold Color at a Time.
Is it alright to wear more than one bold color at a time? Our answer is: Yes. It is. Bright colors can be muted with other hues
. Besides, you can combine prints and patters. Just learn to make a little planning.
7. Belts, Gloves and Purses Should Match.
There is no need to always match your footwear with gloves, purses or belts. If such items are matched, they will only make you look more mature, official and strict. Try not to match your belts and purses and you will look younger and more carefree