Traditionally, mixing prints was seen as a fashion faux pas.
Mixing metals like gold and silver was once considered a fashion don't.
The old rule of not wearing white after Labor Day is outdated.
Traditionally, sneakers were reserved for casual outfits, while dresses.
Blending casual pieces with formal attire can result in a striking juxtaposition.
Instead of sticking to safe color combinations, dare to clash colors that you may not expect to work together.
Forget the old notion of "less is more." Layering necklaces, bracelets, and rings can create a bohemian and chic style.
Breaking the rule of sticking to one texture at a time can add depth and dimension to your outfit.
Traditionally, well-fitting clothes were preferred, but oversized fashion has made a strong comeback.
The idea that you must dress according to your body shape can be confining.