The 25 Most Important Style Lessons We Learned From The Disney Channel
That outfit is SO Raven.
If people don't recognize your star power, wear it on your chest.
Pair with a massive leather headband or orange pants to convince people that you definitely dress yourself.
Don't be afraid to mix trends. All of them. At once.
Worried you might rip your sweater? Incorporate 1,000 small pieces of yarn into your outfit for a quick fix.
You'll never be bored when your clothes double as entertainment, like this word search shirt.
If you're feeling chilly but still want to look chic, try layering a dust ruffle over your cardigan.
There's no such thing as too much pink.
You can double the size of your head with perfectly placed pigtails.
Or go the mad scientist route with four pigtails.
Chest-claces are all the rage!
Basically, any time you're out of ideas, take what's on your neck and put it somewhere else.
If you find a scrap of fabric on the ground, stitch it into your outfit. Immediately.
Argyle is so dull. Why not spice things up with GIANT ARGYLE?
Can't decide between crimps or curls? Do both.
If you're the forgetful type, use your clothes as a notepad for your grocery lists.
Hats are always a good idea. Try blinding people with a sparkly hat.
Or reminding them of their childhood with a lego-esque knitted beanie.
If you're feeling lackluster in your headgear, add a delicate scarf for a touch of whimsy.
Let your hair be your personal cheerleader by adding pompoms to your spider leg braids.
Display your love of animals by cutting up a pillow case and hanging it off your shoulders.
Just remember, if people can still see...
... or hear after catching a glimpse of your outfit...
... you're doing fashion wrong.
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