The Do's And Don't's Of College Fashion
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The Do's And Don't's Of College Fashion

Avoid a fashion fail by reading this article.

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The Do's And Don't's Of College Fashion
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Fashion is a way to express yourself. You can show who you are or who you aspire to be just by the way you dress. But all that freedom comes with rules. The rules of fashion.

Here are the 10 do's and don't of the college fashion world:

1. DO accessorize.. DON'T look tacky.








2. DO wear vintage.. DON'T look like you came from a different era.









3. DO have your "lazy" days.. DON'T have them everyday.










4. DO take part in the latest fads.. DON'T take part in them everyday.











5. DO mix black and navy.. DON'T look like it was an accident.










6. DO combine denims.. DON'T look like the 90's.











7. DO show off your best features.. DON'T make your grandma cringe.










8. DO add an edgy side.. DON'T make yourself seem dark and Emo.











9. DO dress to impress at a party.. DON'T wear a lace up top every time you go out.









10. DO dress yourself.. DON'T let anyone tell you otherwise.

XOXO,

Alyssa Ellyn

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