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Burn_That_Dress
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For my art class(for safety reasons) I am required to wear jeans, closed-toed shoes and am restricted from wearing long sleeves, jewelry, or loose/baggy clothing. Well, that pretty much limits my wardrobe to be honest. So, do any of you have any photos/inspiration/advice that fit this criteria of pants and non lose/baggy clothing? Most of my own wardrobe is constructed of all these “safety-hazards” so I’m kind of at a loss. Any sort of advice or inspiration is much appreciated. _

posted almost 3 years ago
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MizQT
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Fashion is not only about what clothes you wear, there are many other ways you can express your individual style, try a new hair do, some funky nail polish etc.

In terms of what you are allowed to wear, since you feel that your options are so limited, I would suggest trying bold cloured embellished pumps. Dark wash jeans with floral short sleeved shirts. Stripes, spots, tye dye the list goes on and on.

You are only limited by your imagination.

posted almost 3 years ago
 
miyukisarah
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miyukisarah
posts: 79

Think patterns.

posted almost 3 years ago
 
urbanbohemianluv
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urbanbohemia...
posts: 42

Contrare to what you might think there are lots of ways to go! Jeans: cropped, boyfriend, flare, acid wash, stovepipe, black, dark rinse. Shirts: patterned. Shoes: oxfords, tennis shoes (if you wear them) flats (embellished, patterned, etc.) There may be less options but many different ways you can go. And just think, this will help you to create new outfits and make your wardrobe bigger without spending so much!!

posted almost 3 years ago
 
BowsandGlitterxo
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BowsandGlitt...
posts: 466

maybe you can make baggy tops less “baggy” for example throw a strictured 3/4 blazer or short sleeve cardigan with a belt to make tops less baggy,
you can also invest in tunics with leggings

posted almost 3 years ago
 
andreaminoza
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andreaminoza
posts: 16

I recommend you to wear a nice top, something unique but defines who you are. If you want to wear a blazer, you can fold them but still be stylish. You can view my profile for some ideas :)

posted almost 3 years ago
 
JanelleEfe
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JanelleEfe
posts: 397

Sure! skinny jeans showcase your legs and give personality, so try them out! as for tops, solid fitted pieces are easy to find and can be jazzed up with a contrasting belt, headscarf, or shoes. however, patterns like florals and flannel go great with jeans. your possibility for shoes are endless, but Oxfords have been a favorite of mine recently. Parameters for dressing always suck to work with, but don’t be afraid to wear what you want!

posted almost 3 years ago
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