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Whose choice is more important; the one who wears or the one who sees it?

They say that your attire should be pleasing to the eyes of the viewer. Whatever clothing and jewelry you put yourself into, it should not look awkward. Even a simple piece of jewelry makes you win praises just because it suits and looks lovely on you. However, you can’t always go by other’s taste and preferences. What if the other person noticing you doesn’t know the latest fashion? This is really a dilemma, where you don’t understand whose choice is more important.

Give some real solutions to this problem and share your personal experience, if any. Also, tell us which celebrity’s style has mesmerized you the most.

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Fashion should express your personality, what YOU like. If others don't like what you're wearing, it's their problem, not yours.  

To answer your second question, Emma Watson's style is fabulous. At her age, to be so elegant and classy is something remarkable.

fashionmix: Thanks for your reply. I too somehow believe in what you have said that it is YOU who matters when it comes to dressing yourself. However, sometimes if you like what you wear, for instance if I like an outfit or jewelry that has become a little old-fashioned or not in the trend now, and whenever I wear it I am left with some sort of criticism. What shall I do to avoid and handle such situation?

And of course, Emma Watson has been a style icon in the industry; she is way too beautiful and stylish.

This should be entirely the choice who wear it.Ultimately if you can make yourself comfortable with the outfit,it will make you confident and looks good to others.

It is difficult to become an eye sore to everyone. So do not be a fashion victim. Dress according to your body type. Dress appropriately considering the location. Use a prada handbag on an event or a party but do not sport one when you are at the beach.

You must look good and feel good in any outfit you wear. Not much point wearing the latest fashion if you look like mutton dressed up in lamb in it. Wear what is appropriate  So it is really important to choose a style that suits you - your figure, your height , your complexion and your age. If you look good and feel good you will exude confidence and others will notice your good vibes. I always accessorize my outfits so that I can have a touch of flamboyancy without taking risks with my basic outfit - Fashion accessories are certainly a way to say this is who I am without the fear of criticism. Another way is to carry a designer bag which takes the focus away from your outfit.  But whatever you wear be proud and stand up to the gossips who have no right to comment. As my mother used to say if you can't say anything nice don't say anything at all.

I think there is a simple balance to looking great and feeling great. It doesn't have to be one way or the other. If you feel great in what you are wearing it shows. I also know there have been plenty of clothes I got through on a clothing rack that look terrible, but transform once they are on my body. It doesn't matter if it is the 'latest fashion trends' or something vintage. Some one who is confident in the clothes they are wearing, that will project to whoever is looking at them. I think it really comes down to personal taste. For instance, I do not find gothic clothing appealing, but for individuals in those circles would. Fashion is all about being bold, daring, and yourself.

Someone I really love/hate is Kim Kardashian :) She has amazing curves (sometimes shows too much of them) but she does have great fashion sense and stays true to the style she likes and what works for her.

Best,

Angela

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