You don't have to just wear gold or silver jewelry — try mixing them together.
Also combine: navy and black.
Your shoes don't have to match your belt.
Mixing prints and patterns is not only acceptable — it's supremely on-trend.
Clutches aren't just for evening.
You can (nay, SHOULD) wear sequins for daytime.
Wearing one shade head-to-toe isn't a no-no — it's encouraged.
Sneakers aren't solely for the gym.
Sweatshirts also aren't just for the gym.
Screw Labor Day — wear white whenever you like.
Wear horizontal stripes.
Turtlenecks aren't just for nerds.
And hats aren't just for bad hair days.
Wear pajamas from a Lifetime movie marathon to a dinner date.
Another fashion rule to break tomorrow? Wear red and pink together.
Also, wear see-through fabrics out of the house.
Speaking of see-through, show off the contents of your bag.
Show off your midriff.
Less is more is another bogus rule — more is more!
Carry a backpack instead of a purse.
Wear sweatpants out of the house. With heels.
Wear open-toed sandals with your hosiery.
Also, wear socks with your sandals.
And definitely wear glasses to make a fashion statement.
And finally, show up somewhere entirely overdressed.