When it comes to date nights or big events, do you often find yourself struggling to put together the right outfit? Dressing well doesn’t have to be complicated. Here are some clever ways that you can use to look your best for almost any occasion.
Out with The Old
Start with sorting out old clothes that you no longer need or wear. This way you can make room for new clothing. Spend some time once in a while to declutter your closet. In order to avoid spending hours figuring what to wear, keep it neat and color-coordinated to find things faster. You can donate the clothes that you don’t need, to charity.
Buy the Right Jacket
When it comes to jackets, coats, and blazers, there’s only one golden rule – it should fit your shoulders properly. Not too wide, not too tight. Purchasing the right fit is important, as this is one piece that is extremely difficult to alter, even by a good tailor.
Fix Jeans Problems
One of the staple items in any wardrobe is a pair of jeans. The first rule of purchasing a pair of jeans is to shop for a smaller size, as they tend to stretch after two washes. If your daily outfit consists of jeans, ensure you have a glue gun to do your stitches and hems. Remember that the hem of your jeans should go above the top of your footwear. If you’re getting them altered, make sure you’ve washed the jeans twice before visiting your tailor.
Stock up On Scarves
One of the classiest pieces to stock up in your wardrobe is scarves. They are available in different colors, prints, materials, and styles, so you’re sure to find one that matches your preference. Wearing a scarf is one of the fastest ways to accessorize and make any outfit look like a million bucks.
Make Belts Your Best Friend
Another accessory that can make any outfit look better is a belt. If worn the right way, it can accentuate your waistline, making it look thinner. So, the key is to make your belt stand out. The best way to do so is to ensure your belt is of a different and/or opposite material than your garment.
Women trying menswear is considered as the strongest fashion statement. It is also more comfortable than most women’s wear. This doesn’t mean you opt for baggy clothes. Instead, find a suit that fits you well and still looks feminine.