Modern style is reluctant to follow stereotypes. New trends usually go against certain rules trying to hint that individuality is what matters the most. There were times when such restrictions helped us live but this has finally come to an end. That’s why designers and fashion icons choose bold color combinations and prints, and are not afraid to mix unmatchable items, wearing whatever they like.
We at NewssGuide decided to bust 9 widespread fashion myths that no one should believe in 2020.
Myth #1: You can’t wear silver and gold jewelry together.
If in the past, wearing gold and silver together was considered to be a sign of bad taste, however, today there’s nothing bad about this combination. According to stylists, the only thing that should be taken into account is the fact that the pieces share a similar style and match the other details of the look.
Myth #2: You can’t combine more than 3 colors in one look.
Mixing various textures, colors, and prints in one look has shifted from “bad taste” to ultrafashionable over the years. Today, designers and gurus of street fashion bravely mix seemingly unmatchable patterns and colors, not worrying about disharmony at all.