Skinny jeans, artificial eyelashes, and more. Fashion expert Yana Shebelska named her 8 taboos in clothing and style
Ukrainian personal stylist Yana Shebelska has revealed her 8 "taboos" in the image that no longer look relevant. At one time, some of them were very popular, but in today's realities they look like anti-trends.
The stylist emphasized that she expressed her personal opinion, not a generally accepted truth, because the tastes of each beauty may differ from fashion. She wrote about this in her blog, which has more than 25 thousand subscribers (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Yana Shebelska doesn't like clothes that look clumsy on her body. This is indicated by a narrow shoulder line, inappropriate length, or too tight sleeves.
Short shorts and skirts
The expert shared that she finds short shorts and skirts uncomfortable and doesn't feel her own aesthetic in them.
The stylist has experience wearing skinny jeans. At that time, she weighed 50 kilograms, so skinny jeans suited her, but now Yana Shebelskaya prefers other styles.
Although hats can become a beautiful accent in an outfit, the stylist emphasized their impracticality. Sometimes this headgear can get in the way.
Ukrainians have abandoned prints on clothing. The only exceptions were T-shirts and sweatshirts with iconic inscriptions.
Manicure with design
Painting on nails does not appeal to a stylist. Especially if this design is made on long nails. She prefers a "naked" manicure without polish.
Long, artificial eyelashes
The style expert considers doll-like eyelashes uncomfortable and impractical. She does not choose this procedure for herself.
Bright makeup for every day
The stylist does not wear bright colors during the day. She doesn't like the way a thick layer of foundation looks or catchy eye makeup.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that Yana Shebelskaya gave 6 tips on how to create an "expensive" look. It's about restrained elegance, simplicity, and the ability to stand out from the crowd without overusing accent details, colors, and prints.