Collaborative Post | It's no secret that looking your best helps you to feel your best. The key to presenting elevated style is knowing who you are and not being afraid to showcase yourself through clothing. There is no right or wrong answer when it comes to choosing your favourite items for your body and personal taste. However, there are certain things you can bear in mind to take your wardrobe up a notch.
The right fit
Making sure to get garments that fit correctly will allow you to create your desired silhouette and look more put together. Part of this involves identifying and dressing for your body type, as this accentuates your natural features. For the ultimate fit on a special occasion, get suits and dresses tailored to look a million bucks.
Of course, no matter how hard you try, your clothes aren’t going to sit properly without the right underwear. Getting well-fitted lingerie is crucial to look and feel great in your outfit, as underwear impacts the form created for your clothing. A poor-quality bra, in particular, will not provide enough support to provide lift and shape.
During a cost of living crisis when the price of clothing has gone up, it can be tempting to buy the cheapest possible option for everything you want and need. However, the truth is that it’s rare to get something for nothing.
Cheaper items tend to be of lower quality, lasting a fraction of the time of a high-quality alternative. Overall, you may find that the value proposition is much better for more expensive clothing. Superior material is likely to stand the test of time, fit better and feel comfortable.
Accessories can take your outfit to the next level and help you show off your unique personality. Take into account the level of formality needed at any given point and have a selection of accessories to hand to match casual, smart casual, formal and special occasions.
Pairing clothing with the perfect jewellery is an effortless way to elevate your style. Earrings, watches and necklaces are all ideal for any time of the year. Think about acrylic plastic or polymer clay pieces for more casual outfits and jewelled metal pieces for events or fancier attire.
Scarves and gloves are more seasonal and a variety of knits, textures and patterns will allow mix and match to different clothing.
Headgear tends to be easily overlooked as a potentially very expressive form of accessorising. Headscarves, headbands and hats can tie the whole look together. For example, in summer, a bright bandana may liven up a casual look on a warm day. In winter, a warm woollen beanie in a patterned knit can make plain outerwear look more stylish.
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