Not a fashion victim? Time to prove it…
Here at The Fashion Police, it’s our job to identify and arrest fashion victims (and then to help them to rehabilitate, obviously: you CAN overcome crimes of fashion, people – it just takes a little bit of time, and a complete change of mindset…), so it’s helpful when people who AREN’T fashion victims make themselves known – which they can now do with the help of this French Connection t-shirt.
Of course, SOME people might argue that paying £30 for a t-shirt is the very definition of being a fashion victim, but we’re going to leave that up to you to decide. In the meantime, here are some articles to help you avoid becoming a fashion criminal yourself: starting off with the ACTUAL definition of “being a fashion victim“.
We hope these articles will help you keep fighting crimes of fashion. If in doubt, though, remember the main rules of style:
01. Wear what you like, not what’s in fashion
02. Get the perfect fit
03. Pay attention to fabric
04. Keep your clothes in good condition: polish your shoes and iron your clothes!
05. Only wear shoes you can walk in – nothing says “fashion victim” quite like a woman who obviously can’t walk in her oh-so-trendy shoes!