Fashion Walks and People talk

11 Mar

Why is it that we’re quick to judge? Who are we to say who looks good and who doesn’t? And it’s funny because apparently there are “Fashion Rules:”

– no white after labor day
– never wear pink with red
– don’t mix colours (i.e., green on green / light blue on blue etc.)
– shoes and bags must always match
– Never wear black with brown or navy

Who makes these rules? It’s not the 1800’s, why are we judged so easily? If your friend’s bag doesn’t match her/his shoes, does it make them a bad person? Are you someone to cut them out of their life? So why are there countless websites and magazines telling us what to wear, how to act and what to think?

I remember reading an article about Jessica Simpson (why, I don’t know), but anyway, this article was going after her because she wore the same bag multiple times throughout a couple years. How dare she! Things like that usually roll off people like you and me… but teenagers are always looking for a way to fit in. Many get teased because they’re not wearing the right shoes, or have the latest bag.

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So ignore the rules and wear what you want.


4 Responses to “Fashion Walks and People talk”

  1. Stefanie March 14, 2010 at 5:24 am #

    True that!

  2. Sarah March 16, 2010 at 6:01 am #

    The last photo is too much, do people really walk out of their house looking like that? I am judging! They look like idiots.

    • Fit For A Shopaholic March 17, 2010 at 5:39 pm #

      LOL I do kind of agree, the last one is a bit too much. But I guess they like and feel comfortable, so why not go out in what makes you feel comfortable? 🙂

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