Fashion Tips to Ensure You Always Look Stylish
1. Make sure you have reliable wardrobe staples: an iconic little black dress, a pair of jeans that fit perfectly, a classic blazer, simple T-shirts and button-downs in neutral colors, and an effortless leather jacket (or denim jacket). Investing in a capsule collection of mix-and-match basics is the key to looking put together.
2. Make sure your clothes fit perfectly. Tailored clothing not only looks polished, but it also feels more comfortable. Pants that drag on the ground and dresses that bunch up awkwardly won't make you feel stylish. If your capsule wardrobe fits you well, you can start to play with over- and under-sized items in a way that feels fashionable, not sloppy.
3. Being creative with your attire will allow you to express an aesthetic harmony that is all about balanced proportions. Create an impression by making use of oversized, odd-shaped clothes to a fitter ones. It is perfect to pair wide-leg jeans with fitted cropped tops, or a straight-leg jeans to match with a puff-shoulder shirt.
4. Discover your own fashion sense. It may require a huge amount of time to develop your sense of fashion style. Take note that experimenting on your personal style depends on your taste. You will never know what wonderful looks you’ll find until you reach the dressing room. The terms “menswear” and “womenswear” should not be used to limit your shopping choices. Take some time to try various colors and experiment on modern shapes to determine what fashion style suits you.
5. Add a belt. Adding a belt to your look is one of the easiest ways to make any outfit look more put-together. It's also a great trick for bringing balance to a look that otherwise might not work—like a long cashmere sweater and billowy midi skirt.
6. Play with color. If you're nervous about adding color to your look, start with just one colorful piece, and keep the rest of your look neutral. As you get more comfortable with colors, you'll learn which color combinations work best for your style. Take a look at a color wheel for inspiration.
7. Mix patterns and textures. The days of matching your handbag to your shoes are over. Clashing textures and prints make a bold fashion statement. Start small with neutral patterns like stripes and low-key textures like leather and knits, adding in the sequins and paisleys in small amounts (like a scarf, tie, or clutch) until you learn what works for you.