When dressing up, it is imperative that you pay attention to these 5 fashion mistakes:
Not dressing for the weather
Checking the weather forecast before selecting your clothes may seem awkward however, it’s very important to check the weather report as it can help determine whether you will be overdressed or underdressed. Take for example, the rainy season calls for boots and shoes with covers, but just based on the fact that you didn’t check the weather report you might end up wearing traditional attire. The dry season calls for light clothes, however just because you didn’t do your part as regards checking how the weather will be like the following day. You decide to put on a sweatshirt and joggers. Trust me, check the weather goes a long way in determining if you’ll be overdressed or underdressed.
Wearing Jeans that don’t flatter your figure:
Getting a good stylist that can help you determine what type of jean flatters your figure is very important. If you can’t determine which jean actually flatter your figure its best you stay away from wearing jeans than putting on a jean that doesn’t actually compliment your figure.
Trying out every single trend
Not all trends are created equally and you simply can’t make everything work for you. Not all fads are designed to fit your figure and guess what? That’s ok. However, trying to make all trends fit your figure is something else, if a wide-leg jean fits you better than straight leg jeans why not just sticks to what looks better on you rather than rocking something that looks totally ill fitting.
Overdoing your accessories:
Take a break from rocking all your accessories at once. Wear them one or two at a time, you don’t need to put on more than enough, thinking it will draw the attention of everyone. Your dress can do that without you wearing all your accessories. Even with the best of clothes, overdoing your accessories can destroy the beauty of what you’re wearing.
Being a brand addict:
There’s something subtle sophisticated about not showing off a brand name. An unnamed piece is more likely to elicit the question, “where did you find that?” masterpieces will always standout but let people ask you about your accessories and not the other way round. You don’t need to show off the brand name of your outfit. This is because a well-made dress will naturally catch the eye without you saying or proving it.