Just make sure you’re not following the wrong celeb.
Many of you follow your favourite celebrity to soak up all the fashion and style cues. But here are a few fashion faux pas you’s rather avoid.
Tragic static: Breezy silk dresses are pretty. Unless you make the same mistake Paris Hilton did when she paired her flimsy dress with tights: major static cling.
How to avoid the static cling problem? Try these tips: Spray hairspray on your tights, this takes care of static cling. Use a product like static guard to avoid the cling.
Or even better don’t pair your silk dress with tights.
Still a teenager?: When should you stop dressing like a teenager? When you’re old enough to be a mother to one.
Born in 1970 (you do the math), Mariah Carey is way past the age when a see-through red lace top (ugh, red lace?), distressed tight jeans and red wedges make a passable outfit for a public appearance.
Too much?: How much skin is too much? Well if you flaunt a style that looks more like you forgot to dress; you definitely get thumbs down. Don’t do a Becky Newton, although she nailed her role as the scheming secretary in “Ugly Betty”. She is still struggling to get her red carpet look right.Sophisticated separates: “Gossip Girl’s” Leighton Meester dresses as well off the small screen as she does on. For a recent public appearance she chose this sleeveless ruffle-front blouse and pencil skirt.
Just like her character Blair, Leighton punches the basics up with colour. And her new shorter hair- do looks great, too (but will it look as smashing in headbands and turbans as Leighton’s long locks did?)
Knee-length boots are a must have. They are timeless and complement a variety of outfits. Buy one that fits well with a hint of a heel and lap up the praise that comes your way.
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