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Whose Fashion Advice Do You Value The Least?

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JKe895 JKe895 10 years
Ok, I will tell all. I trust my mother's fashion choices for undergarments and simple frocks/dresses. My sister just steals everything. My fiance makes me look untra prep and sometimes ultra slutty. I guess it depends on his mood, and as much as I love my best friend... she wears nothing but namebrand sports wear. Totally not me, so I'd have to go with her.
Wicked Wicked 10 years
It's hard to say. I'd say strangers :)
bluehue bluehue 10 years
A, B & C
amandaaa amandaaa 10 years
my mom has NO sense of style. she tells me that you "stop caring" about how you look when you get older. well, obviously for HER. she wears earrings with pictures of her cat on it, t-shirts with cat stuff on it, really tight spandex-like leggings as PANTS, awful shoes...oh lord. plus, i'm 18-going-on-19, so i would much prefer someone EITHER near my age, or older WITH a sense of style. either or. not my momma! my boyfriend either. a few times i told him to rifle through my closet, or at a store, and pick me something to wear. yikes.
reeveske reeveske 10 years
I said the bf but it's also my friends too. i always pick out clothes that they look at like "what are you thinking?" but once they see me wear it they are like, "oh wow that looks great!" Ive really learned to trust my "fashion instincts"" now that Im getting older.
bearbizzle bearbizzle 10 years
boyfriends would put you over-sized turtleneck sweaters and baggy jeans, if it means no other guys will look at you. haha used to have a joke with my ex about that one.
vmruby vmruby 10 years
I can't think of anyone off hand whose opinion on fashion i value the least.I really haven't got too much advice about it and if i did i probably took it into consideration if it was within reason.I don't know everything and I do value other's opinions as well. Usually i have people who are asking me for it.....
jillybean jillybean 10 years
My boyfriend can dress himself well, but I generally disagree with his opinions of my fashion choices. He'll tell me, "Oh no, take that off. What are you thinking?" I keep it on, and get a ton of compliments. If I wear something other than black, I "look like a parrot." I can give him credit for getting me away from big chunky shoes, and into more feminine heels. He used to call all my shoes "potatoes" I see it now, but luckily, that was over 4 years ago.
quietriott quietriott 10 years
i don't trust most of my friends because we have very different ideas on style and what it worth spending money on. i would rather spend more money on something to get quality, especially with classic peices and to get something that fits properly and is flattering, though most of my friends would rather buy a bunch of poorly made, cheap, trendy stuff.
Karla-Sugar Karla-Sugar 10 years
Ditto, Freya and inertia! The cycles of fashion have naturally occurring faux pas (IMO: ponchos, and the current cycle of "is she pregnant?" tops and dresses) and magazines support them while they're hot. I like being "current," but I try to hang on to what I know will always look good on me too. Props to the people whose husbands and mothers think they are always the most beautiful in the world.
Chaoticfury Chaoticfury 10 years
Definitely my mother's. She'd dressed me like a straight out skank if she had her way. I like subtle and classy but she prefers "Bootilicious" written in glitter across the behind. Her personal style is up there with Lil' Kim...
creamytofu creamytofu 10 years
my mom ....there is a different between not having taste and just having bad taste..and my mom has bad taste!
nicachica nicachica 10 years
my mother! she learned long ago never to get me any clothes or jewelry for gifts and now takes me shopping on my birthday instead of buying it herself. i love her to pieces and this compromise has worked out very well. :)
glam-sugar glam-sugar 10 years
My mom. She just doesn't have much of a sense of style. She can say something looks good but she just can't put anything together for herself.
Jamee-Ro Jamee-Ro 10 years
My older brother. He doesn't get female clothes--he says one-shoulder shirts are for cave girls, I look like I pirate when I tuck my jeans into knee-high boots, and that I got ripped off at the store for buying cropped pants (if I paid $20 more, I could have gotten the whole pant)...boys just don't get it! The best things in life are free. The second best are expensive.
the-makeup-blogette the-makeup-blogette 10 years
none of the above. though fashion mags come close.
Maggie-Mae Maggie-Mae 10 years
I love my mom but... lets face it, we don't have the same taste
addicted2pop addicted2pop 10 years
My hubby 100% .. he see's me but he does not see anything! Everything is great & o.k.(this is his reaction when I ask is this ok: Its good good, if you think is o.k.), until when we are out half night through he whispers ' You really look sexy ' but before that I don't think he sees properly.. or I mentioned just before to a friend of mine HE does not realize that I have added 3 different pairs of boots to my huge boot collection....or that I am constantly buying new clothes :-)(I guess that is ok otherwise I would be banned from the net + shops,lol):)
inertia inertia 10 years
I vote American fashion mags. I'm petite and fashion that looks good on tall women is irrelevant to me, and I'm half Asian so even the makeup tips are useless. As for people I know IRL, they tend to be too gentle when I ask if something looks okay, but I wouldn't say I don't value their advice. It's just that I have to ask in the right way. It's a little hard to tell someone "That dress doesn't look good on you," but not that difficult to say "Out of those 3, I like the blue one most."
ALSW ALSW 10 years
My sister is incredibly tiny and stick thin and tends to wear clothes that show that off. I could never wear the stuff that she does! And I'm not sure that her advice to me would be any good...
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 10 years
There is only one person I trust, and it's a friend of mine. My mother wants me to dress like a tramp (sad but true. She's always saying stuff like, "That neckline should be lower. Don't you want to show more cleavage? :oy: ) My sister hasn't been shopping since 2001. She just doesn't care about fashion. And she doesn't wear anything that isn't black or maroon. My boyfriend actually has valid, reasonable opinions about my wardrobe once in a while. But he doesn't know much.
IlovemyGeek IlovemyGeek 10 years
I wear my own style and sometimes that means getting raised eyebrows from my mom, she a little more preppy then I am. I also can't trust my husband b/c he thinks I'm still the same size I was when we started dating (which is sweet but c'mon there is a huge difference between a 4 and 8)LOL
krEnElk krEnElk 10 years
ANYONE related to me! i know they want me to think i look great in everything, but we all know that's a lie!
cupcakeilyily cupcakeilyily 10 years
I chose my mom, I mean she wouldn't say I look great if I look like a fat slob, but she always says I'm so beatiful, thin, sometimes I just can't trust her!
swwonder swwonder 10 years
My older brother he's well dressed, but he knows nothing about women's clothes.
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