Story by Devon Rademacher
Feature image via @ootdmagazine
New year, new me? No way.
But, we can get behind some fashion resolutions that could do everyone some good.
These include donating more, experimenting with different style and judging others less.
Be More Environmentally Friendly
We can get down with donate all unused clothes sitting in our closets, recycling plastic bags and trying to stick with more ethical beauty and clothing retailers. This also means making sure fur is faux and vegan leather is used.Be More Daring
Wearing nice clothes to class is hard, but we’ll try to be a little more stylish to my 10 a.m., and maybe try something I wouldn’t normally wear. This also means experimenting with new styles. Who says you don’t look good in a jumpsuit? Try it on and rock it.
Fashion rules are a thing of the past, but it’s tough to stop judging others based on their choices. If you’re comfortable in those pajama pants, we’re behind it! Bedazzled suit to class? Why not. Let’s embrace all our classmates’ personal outfit choices
Take More OOTD’s
More “Outfits of the Day”? Yes! We don’t always see our friends when they look their best, so the least they can do is Instagram it. It helps know what you wore and inspires my next post, too.
Wear More Red
Not much reasoning behind this, but everyone looks good in red. Let’s wear more red, Central Michigan University.
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