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Candace Plattor, M.A.
Therapist, Author, & Speaker
I admit it. I’m tired of the ridiculous trend lists that come out every season, breathlessly trumpeting what everyone MUST have in their closet. When a list of trends looks like this…
Beachy Stripes, Banker Stripes, Rainbow Stripes, Single Shoulder Cutout or Off the Shoulder, Slit or Bell Sleeves, Khaki/Utilitarianism, Bright Yellow, Bright Pink, White Shirt Dresses/New Shirting, Waist Cinchers, Fold Over Waists, Trench Coats, Boy Scout Sashes, Bathrobes, Athleisure, 80s Glam, Giant Bags, Giant Earrings, Giant Long Pendants, Giant Necklaces, Giant Shoulders, Lingerie on Display/Translucent Fabrics, Cutouts, Romantic Florals, Slogans, Flatforms, Origami, Jumpsuits, Leggings, Sweater Vests, Metallic Finish, 70s Prints, Babydoll, Round Shoulders, Puffball Shoulders, Punk Details, Fringe, Polka Dots, Patchwork, Bright Blue, Neon, Ruffles, Laces or Ties, Small Phone Cases, Ugly Shoes, Lower Lid Eyeshadow, Mini-Braids, Glittery Lips, Mushroom Cuts, High Ponytail, Bronzy Skin, Disco Eyes, Dark Goth Lips, Icy Blue/Icy Pink Eyeshadow, Kitten Eyes, Super Straight Hair, Neon Pink Eyeliner, Orange Eyeshadow, Bold Lip/Eye, Hoop Earrings, Baseball Caps, Wet-Look Hair, Ribbons/Flowers Hair Accessories, Gray Lipstick, Beachy Waves, Beehives, Low Ponytail, No Makeup Makeup Look, Long Sharp Nails, Ear Makeup, Eyebrow Makeup, Matchy Matchy Makeup, French Manicures
…then nothing is really a trend. The key to finding your way through the maze of options is to know yourself well enough to know what will work to help you look current (if that’s your goal) or to stay classic in a sea of silliness (if that’s your goal). Here are a few tips to help you out:
Above all, remember that the good news is you can usually make something work for you if you know what to look for. Need a little help? Click here to get started.