6 Fashion Laws: Still Relevant?
Do the industry’s so-called Fashion Laws still apply?
When I was interning at a big fashion magazine, I showed up to work on the first day thinking I looked edgy. It didn’t take long for me to be schooled on what’s edgy — and what’s a definite no-no. A “Fashion Law”, if you will.
Years later I’m still left wondering: Do the industry’s so-called Fashion Laws still apply? This set of fashion commandments is an ever-changing code that governs the sense of style for many. The fashion-conscious among us grew up with these rules and obeyed them like a teacher with a multiple personality disorder. Let’s take a look at six fashion laws that we’ve commonly encountered and assess how they hold up in today’s climate.
Jewelry + Accessories: To match or not to match? That is the question!
This is one of the older rules in the book that jewelry designers themselves have begun to ignore. Sure, not mixing the elements gives a more conventional look, but in an industry as dynamic as fashion, it’s all about keeping up with the times.
With the careful selection of pieces, you can always mix metals, gems, leather, diamonds, or rubber with other pieces. It’s pulling the look together through strategic planning that makes the combo work.
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