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Outfits that pollute your style

Ever heard of the terminology, “Air pollution”, it refers to bad and horrible odors that are causing damage to the natural environment such as smoke, carbon dioxide and dumping substances that are suffocating the environment and the people who live in that capacity. In regard to men’s style, there are outfits that pollute your style and they make you look terrible instead of terrific.

1) Ripped jeans that look like you have been attacked by dogs

I have personally never been a fan of such outfits such as ripped jeans, shirts or t-shirts , they make you look cool and trendy or fashionable to some but according to me, they pollute your style, they may not necessarily cause air pollution but in terms of style, they are damaging your image and personality, people will assume you are homeless, high or having some type of disorder in the brain.

2) Bad odor, bad breath and unwashed clothing are all factors of a polluted style

Who wants to be around damaged goods, no one right? So, in terms of style, an outfit that is dirty or unclean is one factor that leads to a polluted style, so better clean that cloth by washing it when dirty, don’t wear dirty outfits gents. Secondly, bad breath, I know it had nothing to do with style but the inner also matters just as the outer, so brush your teeth, eat sweets that will produce fresh breath such as halls and also eat fruits and vegetables that will help put the bad breath under the carpet. Lastly, bad odor is caused by not applying perfumes on your body , start wearing that scent and spray that Cologne you have been hiding in your closet and you will certainly look plus smell better.

3) Fashion greenwashing

According to an online article which can be accessed using this link-, fashion companies such as ASOS and H&M are in the cross hairs as rising scrutiny of green claims ratchets up the pressure on brands to credibly back up any sustainability messaging such as those marked with tags a such as 24% polyester recycled , such inappropriate information can be misleading to consumers and this is one factor that pollutes your style, wearing clothes that have disturbing messages is an issue that all manufacturing companies need to pay attention to as well as its marketing strategies or else the regulators may enforce a harsh penalty thus the company will lose valuable support and consumers support. One thing to look out for if you plan to buy clothes that are on trends check for these fashion greenwash tags they will guide you when shopping a cloth this will avoid many problems such as people who hate your style or a class action lawsuit may grow its tails out and the consequences of each fashion brand will be costly and dire.

Final thoughts

  • Ripped jeans that look like you have been attacked by dogs
  • Bad odor, bad breath and unwashed clothing are all factors of a polluted style
  • Fashion greenwashing

Wishing you all a great and happy month of October


7 thoughts on “Outfits that pollute your style

    1. Thank you Brandon for stopping by. Have a great day brother๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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  1. Oh yeah, bad odours are literally a pollution. It doesn’t matter how well styled you are if you’re going to smell like a fish factory. Anyway, thanks for this post!

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    1. Yes Stuart๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚, you are definitely right about that, one should smell good and wear nice clothes that won’t be a pollution. Thank you for stopping by and your comment is funny, it made my day๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ™


  2. As for ripped jeans that look like you’ve been attacked by dogs, Someone I know once wore that jean๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. I was also once a fan but now I’ve passed that stage.
    Nice topic by the way.

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    1. Thank you Khanyisile for stopping by and I am not a fan of ripped jeans basically I prefer dark denim jeans that are plain. I am glad you also passed the stage of wearing such jeans๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘


  3. Thanks for the humor about the ripped jeans. I’m not a fan either.


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