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So called Fashion “Faux pas” that we love to wear regardless

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Wearing Black and Blue  We don’t even understand where this faux pas came from, because we can’t tell you how many celebrities and fashionistas make this look work. The key is the colour blue you choose, and the way you combine them – experiment with textures and silhouettes! Black-And-Blue-Outfit  Boutique Buy Vanilla Boutique Blue Tulle Skirt Blue Tulle Skirt Vanilla boutique   Wearing Black with Brown This one is definitely making us wonder who would ever make up such a thing; brown and black are besties. It does, however, depend on how you wear it and what pieces you combine. We love brown suede skirt with a black knit. f7385859d98a1b2fdd6136cdecc40bde-2 Boutique Buy Aria Boutique Brown Pleated Skirt: brown pleated skirt   Mixing Prints Maybe in 2003 it was a faux pas, but with the arrival of street style blogs and the importance placed on wearing something innovative and eye-catching for fashion week, mixing print as a faux pas disappeared. Instead, it’s considered a huge trend that shows off your sense of style and sophistication. b5e63d430847d5806f5312647962cf37 Boutique Buy Decade Print Dress: Brocade and Lime Printed Dress   Socks and Sandals We’re still not sure about this one, since it’s a risky one. Wear it right and be the best-dressed fashionista, but if it goes wrong you can go to fashion purgatory. Take cues (or literally, copy) street style stars and runway looks for this one.   Mixing Silver and Gold Jewellery  We’re in love with mixing your jewellery and giving it a personal feel, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Mixing vintage pieces with new ones and experimenting with metal colour combinations is the way to go for a sophisticated and less matchy-matchy look. x1101 Boutique Buy Loulerie Alexis Bittar Gold Necklace   
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