How internet killed personal style

Style is a very personal thing. You either have it or you don't. Well, whoever came up with that line didn't foresee a world with internet and a little thing called google. The other day, I had one of those should-I-or-shouldn't-I-chop-off-my-hair moments and I googled, of course! And there were some how-to's online that made me go REALLY?!




The Tuck-in - So, my search for hairstyle for winter led me to this gem. Apparently, this winter, it's fashionable to tuck your long hair inside a turtleneck sweater or your winter coat. Like this





 How to front-tuck your T-shirt - You know how we have always tucked in a shirt or a t-shirt and not really cared about it. Well, the internet tells us how exactly to do that!




How to cuff your jeans - As someone who is 5'3, it's always not easy to find the perfect pair of jeans/pants with the right length, so, I have always rolled/cuffed my pants. Ofcourse there is a GIF to show you exactly how to do that!





Whatever happened to originality in style? Have you guys come across any such things about style?

2 comments

  1. Oh Well! There is ALWAYS someone who doesn't know the basics and then there is someone else who provides them that answer :P

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  2. Lol ya well remember how we spoke about how HGTV shows show the silliest thing like put a curtain and a vase and "voila" you have a designer room! It's the same shit. I also kinda blame the blog world and internet for this. If you see we have common recipe blogs, style blogs or articles. I mean sometimes it's just advertising dumb stuff for hits I guess. Also, what's very dumb to us may be relatively new to someone else

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