How to Make Your Own Fashion Trends for Preteens

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Making your own fashion trends is a great way to put your own unique stamp on your wardrobe. Make your own fashion trends for preteens with help from a style and fashion expert in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Fashion for Preteen Girls
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Video Transcript

Hi. I'm Jana Coke, the Frugal Stylist. For this video, we are going to demonstrate how a preteen can start their own fashion trends. Well how you do that first is being comfortable with yourself, being a risk taker, being bold enough to step out of that mold where a lot of people really want to kind of fit in, and be the one who says, you know what, I'm going to do something completely different. Now how you do that is you get inspired, you get inspiration from friends, from family, from celebrities. You can read different types of fashion magazines, such as Teen Vogue, Seventeen Magazine. You can also be a subscriber to different blogs on line, and then start a pictures account. Collect different images that you see on line and put a collage together of things that really inspire you. That inspiration can come from interior design, it could come from different type of celebrity events, it could even come from nature. Whatever inspires you, you take those individual pieces and you put it in to your clothing. For example, this outfit was inspired by Olympics. It's also inspired by ballet. And there's different types of inspirations in to this outfit. And how we express that is with a navy blue blazer, a red and white striped top, very American, very inspired by the Olympics of this year. Then the tulle skirt, very ballet, very delicate, very light. Then to add an interesting punch, we paired it with a pair of bright blue tights and some animal print pointed toe flats. So that's it. That's how you inspire your own fashion trend. You dress for whatever individually inspires you. For more style tips, please visit I'm Jana Coke. Thanks for watching.


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