Fashion That Irritates Me
Fashion that irritates:
There are a few things that bug me a lot. I find them quirky and quite irritating. Fashion is one thing among those. There are some particular things regarding men fashion that irritates me. For example, normal people trying to dress up in alternative manner just to make them appear as someone cool. They tend to wear such awkward clothes that they don’t even realize they are being pointed out as annoying rather than someone who is cool. If you wear clothing that has spikes all over it, how on earth would you expect it to make you look cool? A little bit of spikes on your jacket or gloves are okay, but spikes swarming all over your jacket and gloves is too much. I mean if you wish to add some bad-ass look to your personality, why do you have to wear so much spikes?
Fashion that irritates me:
Then there are some people who wear “Wellies” or Wallington Boots as a part of their normal attire. Normally, willies are worn when kids have to play in puddles or when farmers have to perform their daily tasks. Yes, it suits them but why on earth would you make something like that a part of your attire? Trust me it does not look good at all. Keep them for rainy days rather than putting them on every single day. Some of us often decide to make jelly bracelets a part of their attire. It is understandable if you wear them in an informal gathering, but what’s the point of wearing jelly bracelets as a part of your daily routine? People often have sentimental values associated to these bracelets, but you should keep in check your age and your gatherings before deciding to make them a part of your attire.
Then there are thick rimmed glasses. Not everybody can wear thick rimmed glasses right. They do not look good on each and every face cut; you need to know what style would suit you before you even consider wearing those glasses. And even if you do wear thick rimmed and big framed glasses, you should dress up accordingly too then;a goofy dress code to carry out that look properly. Some people tend to wear their shirts in a manner that they are tucked in from just one corner. That’s a nice look if you are trying to portray a hipster, but if you are wearing your shirt like that in a normal routine, It would only do you harm and portray you as a lousy person who is very much indifferent to even his own self.
Nowadays people tend to dress themselves up in neon colors such as bright orange, blue, purple, yellow and parrot green. Although quite in these days, such sharp colors sting in your eyes. Goofy neon colored t-shirts with similar jackets paired up with luminescent sneakers; such dressing would probably do enough to make you look like a neon signal instead of a person. Try to incorporate a fine blend of colors in your everyday wear that would make you look appealing rather than annoying. Not everything you find attractive can be worn. If you have no knowledge about how to add it up in your layers, there is a 99.99% chance you would end up wearing it wrong.