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What Not To Say To A Fashion Girl

These 7 tips will prevent eye-rolling and maybe put you in the good books of a fashion girl who you would like to borrow an item or need advice from in the near future.

Source: Sex and The City

First and foremost, what is very important to note is that fashion girls – be it fashion bloggers or girls that just really have an amazing sense of style, are more likely than not the ones that people try to copy or channel their look inspiration from.

Brands and designers look to these well dressed girls, even if you do not think so and their looks may seem questionable, at the end of the day these ladies bring their individuality and unique sense of style to the table, making them front runners for fashion ‘it’ girls.

So if you don’t want to be hit with a pair platform stilettos, here are things not to say to a fashion girl:

1. Are you really going to leave the house looking like that… wearing that?! 

Well in the not so perfect world, YES, yes I am.

2. Do you really need all those shoes? 

I do. What was your question?

3. Aren’t you going to be cold in that? 

Yes, but I’d rather be cold and look AMAZING.

4. Don’t your feet hurt in those shoes? 

Of course they do, but no pain no gain.

5. You just shop online and write stuff; how is your job hard? 

F.Y.I it’s called market research and women in the fashion industry are well educated, ridiculously stylish, cultured and hard working. Never underestimate a woman in 5 inch heels.

6. You have a closet full of clothes, how can you not have anything to wear? 

I will pretend I did not hear that.

7. Stripes and leopard print? Seriously? 

Darling, it’s called print clashing. If you don’t know how to work it, don’t wear it, I think I’ve worked it well.

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