First things first: realize that you don't have to match up your kicks and clothing all the time. Not only has this not been cool since like, 2003, it just looks tacky. "Matching" doesn't mean going tone-for-tone, just making sure two colors don't look totally gross next to each other. Ease up.
10. Stop matching your clothes
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