In the world of fashion, there are a lot of archaic rules that people still adhere to. But since fashion is supposed to be an ever-evolving animal, with new ideas replacing old ones everyday, SheFinds is here to dispel old fashion myths whose expiration dates passed a loooong time ago. Below are top three myths you can say goodbye to for good.
1. Embellishment is only for evening. An all-sequin dress, maybe. A tank top covered in Swarovski crystals, sure. But don’t be too quick to discount the virtues of subtler, less sparkly embellishment as a part of your daytime wardrobe.
2. You can't wear black to a daytime wedding. You CAN wear black to a daytime wedding and many brides are choosing the previously shunned color for their bridesmaid dresses. However, there are a few tips to making it work.
3. You can't wear suede in the summer. I know my mother would wholeheartedly disagree, but with seasonless dressing en vogue, fabrics that used to be considered wintery are now being shown off all year round. And one on the forefront of the seasonal flip-flop is suede.