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Book Excerpts from Girls Have Style.. at School!
Fashionista or Fashion Victim?
Now that we’ve addressed the first and most important layer of the New You, we’ll move on to the next: your wardrobe. And there’s a distinct difference when it comes to determining whether or not you’re a Fashionista or a Fashion Victim.
Being a Fashionista isn’t always about wearing the latest gear. You’ll find all different types of trends when it comes to fashion. Certain trends last for quite some time, while others may be considered in or out. And then there are those trends that are classic, meaning they never go out of style.
Sometimes, we see someone wearing a really cute outfit, and we decide we’d like to wear the same thing, too. But looking your best when it comes to clothes has so much more to do with your own personality than with what looks good on other people. This means you’re not going to be able to wear everything you see on television, in magazines or, for that matter, on other people.
People will notice you more if you’re wearing an outfit that complements your own personality. You want to avoid trying to mimic the hottest pop star or television starlet of the moment. Those ladies have wardrobe stylists who shop for them and put together really great ensembles for mega bucks.
Now, I’m not saying you shouldn’t watch television or read magazines. Those are great tools to help you follow the forecast for fashion trends. I get ideas from them to develop many of my own looks. I just don’t want you be a carbon copy of every other girl’s look out there. Taking the latest fashion trend and enhancing the look with your own savvy flare will make you more of a trendsetter, or Fashionista, at school and everywhere you go.
I’m going to list some tips that will help you when it comes to building your wardrobe. This way, you’ll have some really basic guidelines to fashion that never goes out of style, no matter what the current trend is.
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