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4 WAYS YOUR SENSE OF STYLE CAN TREND MORE THAN WHAT'S TRENDING -
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Dressing has come a long way than wearing trendy stuffs or the popular brands. When you dress according to trend, then you are in fashion. And no matter how fashionable you are, when you turn up in public, you don’t leave a lasting impression with what you are wearing.  So if you want your style of dressing to be more than what is trending and common to everyone, these are the four clues you need.
1. Dressing is freedom: What society doesn’t want to see is a naked person, so sometimes you need to break the rules to come out of the ordinary everyday fashion. Besides, laws are made by people and can be changed as well by people.
2. No one is a judge: If you are turning up for an event or going out. The people you see are not judges to give a verdict on how you are looking. So clear your conscience of what people may say and rock your style in confidence. That’s the only way to be more trendy.
3.Take the risk: We live in a society and thereof whatever we do arouses people views. And since your style of dressing will not conform the everyday fashion, be prepared for any reactions you face from others. Not saying that the reactions are going to be negative, but for the want of trending than what’s trending, you must be a risk taker.
4. Consistency: Don’t be a loser who quits before the race is done. If you want trending with your style, you need to be persistent in creating that mark. Sometimes it’s works the eleventh time.
AUTHOR: TTDHOKU
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