"No longer is it chic to hide behind big framed sunnies," St. Michael told INSIDER. "It's all aboutthin frames. This also translates into eyewear, but there is some leniency to this rule forviewing specs."
Although faux fur is okay, St. Michael suggests staying away from anything that is made of realanimal fur.
"No exceptions to this rule. Animal fur is disgusting and cruel. Go faux," he told INSIDER.
St. Michael explains that there's no point in spending big bucks on a simple, designer t-shirtwhen a much cheaper option can be easily found.
"There's no need to pay top dollar for a plain white t-shirt. That's just plain senseless!"
"Traced back to the 14th century, espadrilles were favorable to peasants because they weredesigned to be disposable. It's actually absurd that anyone would pay $500-$1000 fordesigner espadrilles," St. Michael told INSIDER. "It doesn't matter who made it, it will mostcertainly fray."
When shopping for any clothes, it's also important to evaluate the fabric they're made of.
"Not only are [synthetic fabrics] bad for your health as they are made from toxic chemicals, they are awful for the environment," St. Michael said.
Like synthetic fabrics, St. Michael suggests that consumers should stop buying treated fabricsalthough they may seem like great options.
"Wrinkle-free/stain-free may seem like a convenience but just like the above the clothing, [it] is treated with toxic chemicals which is bad for health/environment. Invest in a goodsteamer," he told INSIDER.
Fishnet stockings, plainly and simply, are always a mistake to buy.
"The exception: good for entertainers and Halloween costumes," he said.
"They're hardly heels. Go buy yourself some flats," he told INSIDER.