Hopelessly outdated: 5 outfit combinations that should be long forgotten about
Are you still inspired by the style of the 80s and 90s? Well, you can feel free to wear some of the combinations from those times. For example, bold leather bombers, oversized sweaters and low-rise jeans, or, for example, classic knitted vests, blouses and flared pants.
However, there are also popular fall-winter combinations that have long been out of fashion. Check them out in the OBOZ.UA article to avoid having another fashion failure.
1. Silhouette pants or skinny and fitted down jacket
Tight things are a fashion taboo. Make your outfit more relaxed: mix a loose-fitting top and a silhouetted bottom or a semi-fitted top and an oversized/straight-cut bottom. Such combinations will help to balance the figure.
2. Winter clothing and nude tights
If you can see your legs in tights between your outerwear and shoes, it causes dissonance. Instead, we recommend protecting your feet from freezing with thermal underwear, leggings, pants or insulated tights that match your shoes (for example, black/brown merino wool or fleece tights are suitable).
3. Skinny jeans and high silhouette boots
It's not just the combination that's wrong here but also its individual components. Stylists have long advised replacing skinny jeans with straight-cut, flared or palazzo models, and high boots that fit snugly on the leg with boots with a wide shaft, insulated Chelsea or hikers with a massive sole.
4. Short shorts and tights
The only shorts that are still relevant for wearing in the fall or winter are Bermuda shorts. They should be combined with high boots. All other models (short leather or knitted ones, etc.) are hopelessly outdated and will look vulgar rather than stylish.
5. Bag and shoes of the same color
This rule is a thing of the past. Now fashionistas can style their outfits with any bag (but not in the same shade as their shoes!). Outfits look especially interesting when a bright red, emerald or even orange accessory stands out against the background of Old Money clothes.