Many times we learn a lot from TV shows and movies. Be it fashion or other things that we might apply in our lives, these series teach us a lot. Fashion sense is something that keeps changing all the time and with passing days and years, people change the way they dress or get influenced by others around them.
The Bold Type has become a show on everyone’s Watch list. All those who started watching it couldn’t help but binge it overnight. Most of the reviews for the four seasons that aired have been positive. Season 5 of this series aired in the US on May 26.
The audience is now waiting for the new season to be available to watch. As of yet, there is no date or confirmation as to when it will be available on the OTT platform. But viewers are waiting eagerly as they need to know what happens next.
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Jane (Katie Stevens), Kat (Aisha Dee), and Sutton (Meghann Fahy) have become household names now. Their fashion sense in the show is inspiring many. The comfortable yet trendy, casual yet fashionable, their clothes are going to surely influence you.
The women in the series are all in for fashionable clothes that also give a good style statement. Here are some things that we learnt from them:
Going to the office doesn’t mean formal clothes or following the rules. You can wear comfortable yet formal clothes. It doesn’t have to mean wearing suits or skirts.
One good thing about this show is that it doesn’t say you have to wear really expensive clothes to look good. It can cost-friendly yet good looking. The brand doesn’t matter.
You don’t have to follow the trends. Your personal style and taste are what matters. Go with originality even if it means going against the trends.
Wearing clothes that are typically termed as ‘Girly’ doesn’t make you look any different. You can look feminine yet stylish and commanding. You are the boss.
Something that you should always remember is to be confident in whatever you wear. It can also be mismatched trousers and top, but that is still YOU.
Clothes don’t define you. It is YOU who makes the clothes stylish or trendy. It doesn’t matter what people are thinking, as long as you feel good wearing it.