The only time ‘dressing-up’ should be looked down upon is …

Comment on Why Dressing Up Is Not a Crime of Fashion by hahnni.

The only time ‘dressing-up’ should be looked down upon is if what the person is wearing is completely unsuitable for what they’re going to do/what event they are at. Other than that, I can’t understand why people give me so much garbage for wearing a pair of cute wedges with a dress. Honestly.

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