A TIKTOKER has shared her tried and true rule when it comes to fashion.
Katrina Bowman runs the TikTok account, trendingwithtrina, which boasts over 320,000 followers.
A TikToker shared her favorite fashion tip called ‘the rule of thirds’Credit: TikTok
Her bio reads that she is a certified stylist who creates content with practical tips and adorable style.
In one of her most recent videos, Katrina asks her followers if they know of the rule of thirds.
It is a fashion tip that advises people to pay attention to the clothes they are wearing.
“Don’t cut your outfit in half,” Katrina wrote using the app’s onscreen text feature.
She shows an example of what makes for an outfit that isn’t ideal.
Katrina is wearing an untucked shirt with a long shirt, showing an even 50/50 split.
The video transitions to Katrina with a new look, this time tucking in the shirt to the long skirt.
“Instead, create interest and balance by wearing 1/3 on top and 2/3 on bottom or vice versa!”
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The key is to divide the outfit and not your body, she explains.
“Yes girl! So simple but so effective,” wrote a viewer in the comments section.
“You bet!” Katrina responded.
Meanwhile, another TikToker spent $500 on Kim Kardashian’s Skims and reviewed the products.
Logan Hill, who has nearly 800,000 followers on TikTok and goes by the username loganraehill, took to the video-sharing platform earlier this week to offer her fans a review on some shapewear projects.
The TikTok user captioned her post: “I spent $500 at @skims so you don’t have to! #skimshaul #size6fashion #size8fashion.”
Logan describes her body as a size six to eight and tells her followers she always purchases Skims in a medium.
The first Skims product Logan tried was the sculpting body suit with snaps, which costs $62 on the company’s website.
“It definitely sucks everything in and it’s very shiny and smooth,” Logan explained, appearing to be wearing the bodysuit in the color Umber.
Logan’s Skims review comes just weeks after the TikToker and her friend revealed how the same Zara clothes look on their different bodies.
According to Katrina Bowman, the rule creates ‘interest and balance’Credit: TikTok