♥Be were on sending message through quotes.
Quotes on t-shirts and other apparels became common since many years back. Usually, a tee with texts is a better option compared to a dull single-colored plain tee. However, unless you wish to send that exact message printed on the fabric, you have to be careful in choosing the quotes.
The driver of a car waiting for the green light opened her window and carelessly threw a banana peel. When she finally got off her car, she turned out to be wearing a pink fitting t-shirt that says “I’m a bitch.”
Lindsay Lohan showed up at Snoop Dogg's More Malice release party at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood wearing this huge tee that screams she's a garbage chic.
♥Don't go saggy!
I wonder if saggy harem pants are made only for tall girls. It does not highlight any curves, which is vital for not long legged girls, therefore it does not create a figure-flattering look. Even if you wear the most gorgeous top, if you pair it with these kind of pants, it might defeat everything. But Janet Jackson was looking very comfortable in them.
♥Don't wear just anything and everything.
Going too matchy with your outfit can easily create an impression of being a “trying hard fashionista”. Complementary is more of a rule today than matching. But that does not mean that you simply have to throw all items you first grab from your closet - literally anything and everything. When prints clash, it simply says you made no effort. But that’s less harsh than saying you have no taste. Apparently, Mary-Kate Olsen was caught in such an act.
♥Some bustier aren't meant displayed.
I adore Emma Watson but I don’t adore this dress. I love lace. I love flowers too. But if the lace already took a large part and the embroidered flowers are not very flattering, I no longer need a pair of lacy bustier.