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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Something Unexpected

Fashion trends are so mainstream that anyone can just whip up a look, call it trendy but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be unique. Nothing is ever going to really be unique if you really think about it.

So, today’s piece is just about upping your style points with something unexpected and not becoming a fashion victim.

I’ve been eyeballing lookbookers new looks for the past one hour and yawning excessively till I realized that most of it are either forgettable or kind of too much that it had me seeking for your typical basic looks that have something unexpected , which adds an edge.

Or a twist, whatever you need to call it.

A pop of bright red shoes worn with an otherwise black outfit will add a just-enough interest. Or don a pair of uber-feminine lacy shorts in a sea of murky dark for a look that’s so yin and yang.

So, below are some of the looks that I feel have this something unexpected going on without overwhelming the basic neutral pieces that make up the whole outfit. Sometimes, all you need is a little something that jolts a neutral look to life and it doesn’t have to be too extreme.

skirt by boohoo

spiked loafers by heursheen | ombre pants by hang ten

floral button up dress by kimichi blue | red boots by doc martens

polka dotted blouse by minkpink | studded pumps by valentino

lace shorts by chicwish

nautical cardigan

How do you wear something unexpected and make your style stand out? Share below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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