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BANG! U'r a Fashion Victim

September 8, 2011
by Almera Arabis

No one wants to look stiff, uncomfortable, sloppy, unkempt, rumpled and it’s a sure thing that girls would always want to look fashionably dressed up, but sometimes it means sacrificing comfortability. And being uncomfortable can make you feel irritated, makes you feel conscious on the way you look and sometimes wash away your creative mood and that is a BIG NO NO!!

Why wear high heeled shoes that can hurt your feet? Why not choose shoes that would fit your feet rather than your feet trying to fit in the shoes? Why wear long sleeves on a very hot day? Why wear short shorts in a cold weather or miniskirt when you are to commute? So as to say, the most important thing about dressing up is to be in style while still feeling comfortable and you can only achieve this through wearing clothes considering some factors such as weather, activities to do, occasion to attend to, and dress codes if there is any. You can wear flip flops, jeans, and a blouse still looking cute just don’t forget to match it with a pair of earrings, a bracelet, hair band and presto you are fab and comfty and no one could say that you did not put extra effort to your appearance.

And don’t be a fashion victim guys, you don’t have to follow “what’s new today” because it will never become a wrong thing to stick on your style as long as you are comfortable with it.  You have to learn your fashion boundaries because you might be looking ridiculous rather than fabulous. There are times when you have to Mind yourself and not what other people says. Don’t just be a fashion follower and hey fashionistas out there, do you want to know if you are a fashion victim or not? Here are some signs courtesy by magforwomen.com

1. Wearing clothes that don’t suit your body
If you are someone with a not-so-flat stomach and head out wearing a tight denim skirt, then you might get weird looks and stares from many people. Their looks are not because they like what you have worn, but they’re precisely because you are a complete disaster. If you wear outfits that don’t suit your body type, then you are a fashion victim. Your desperate desire to be in fashion leads you to commit massive mistakes while buying clothes. You either buy clothes that are too small for you or accentuate those body parts that shouldn’t be highlighted.
2. Continuing to wear past trends
You don’t stop wearing a trend when you should. You happily buy it when it’s in fashion, but you don’t realize when it’s long gone out of fashion.
3. Wearing inappropriate clothes for your age
There are some looks that never go out of fashion and anyone can carry them off very well such as the blue jeans and white shirt look. You can never go wrong in that. Now sample this, if you think a certain outfit would look great on your mother, then why the heck did you buy it? It will only add age to your features and make you look older than you are.
4. Wearing uncomfortable clothes
As said earlier, you follow fashion blindly. You don’t care whether it looks good on you or suits your body type or not. Similarly, you also end up buying clothes that are not meant for you. For instance, you may not feel comfortable in a tube top but still you go ahead and buy it. This speaks a lot about your fashion sense and also that it needs to be checked.

5. Adjusting your body according to the latest trend

As a fashion victim, apart from ruining your own dressing sense sometimes, you also fall prey to other ‘body adjusting’ trends. This means that if size zero figure is in fashion, then you will go on a diet, live on juices, starve yourself and do many such things just to achieve that size zero. You don’t see the pros and cons of any situation and just want to follow fashion trends.

6. Wearing too much of a trend

There will be one part of your body that counts as the best and thus you love it the most. It might be your legs, your eyes or your waist. So when you go to a party, you decide to highlight each of these body parts to grab more eyeballs. The outcome is you wear a chunky statement neckpiece, a pink ruffled (at the neck) pink blouse, cream mid-thigh skirt, wedge sandals and a black scarf. Well, just reading this is a bit overwhelming, then imagine putting all this on together. If you are a fashion victim, then you more than often wear such outfits just to attract more attention. In the bargain, you do get attention, but only negative.

7. Buying stuff because others are buying it too

This is the most clichéd of reasons to buy things not just for fashion victims, but for many other people. You see your friend/colleague buy a really pretty backless Valentino gown from the spring summer collection and being so ‘into’ fashion, you go ahead and buy it too. Points such as whether it will fit you, whether your back is appropriate for a backless and whether you have enough money to by the dress are not considered by you. You just buy it and therefore dear, you are a victim of fashion.

8. Wearing only top brands

If you drool at the thought of wearing a Jimmy Choo or have more than 5 Prada bags and want to get one more from their recent collection, then you are a fashion victim. You just go and buy clothes and accessories solely on the brand name.
It’s okay to be fashionable but to do it in excess and to make a fool out of yourself is surely not done. After reading this article, you’ve found out that you are indeed a fashion victim, then take necessary steps to eliminate your fashion faux pas.
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