Dark washed skinnies, brighter coloured blazers, wedges, fabulous dresses. That’s what I wear and I’m 15.posted about 5 years ago
bright colors, dresses, shorts; and make your hair all pretty. I know that will get you some attention :)posted about 5 years ago
Although what you wear makes a big difference, the real secret is to act like everything you wear is amazing. The right attitude to match a cute outfit will definitely get you noticed.
Clothing may make the outfit but attitude creates style.posted about 5 years ago
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At 16 you start to really come into your own and develop your real fashion sense without going a long with whats in at the time. I think you should buy timeless items. Like cardigans and blazers skinny jeans. I think the main way to wear age appropriate items is to make sure its not too revealing and if you want to wear heels nothing over the top for school.posted about 5 years ago
Cute dresses are always good! :) I guess it takes awhile to find out what your true fashion sense is like. Don’t just go with clothes/trends because they are popular, but find clothes that really suit your body shape and your personality! Confidence + attitude are important, if your clothes show that and your personality then it doesn’t matter whether your clothes are “on trend” at the moment or not!posted about 5 years ago
Firstly, confer with your PARENTS to see what they consider appropriate and inappropriate. Then, check your school’s clothing policy to see what isn’t allowed in school.
Then, EXPERIMENT! You are in high school. You’re developing your style. Put together what you think looks good. For inspiration, check out magazines tailored to people your age (i.e. seventeen) or follow some of the people on chictopia (particularly the ones around your age) whose fashion you admire.
One thing, however, that gets loss in translation is that high school is not a fashion contest. Have fun with your clothes, but your grades should always be your first priority.
Also, don’t TRY too hard to be different, because it’ll make you a poser. Also, there this saying that “the nail that sticks up is the one that gets hammered down”. Focus on developing your own unique style instead of being noticed by others or else it may backfire on you.posted about 5 years ago
thank you all for your comments!!!!! Confidence just might be my issue … I have it but not enough..
people arent my top priority but i glad that you said that..!