Quick and Easy Fix For Your Fashion Needs

by Charlotte Smith

Fix For Your Fashion Needs

Are you tired of being social-media shamed for your “outdated” outfit ideas? If the Fashion Police keeps lambasting you about your wacky pants or grandma shoes then it’s time to make some changes. Your social life depends on it.

 

What to do with your discarded clothes?

 

The good news is you probably don’t have to get rid of your entire wardrobe for nothing. If your clothes are still in good condition, one good idea is to sell them. You can either host a garage sale or sell them to second-hand shops. Otherwise, you can always opt to sell your clothes online. There are plenty of online options that can be setup with a few clicks of a mouse.

 

Another idea is to join clothing swaps, a trend that has been starting to sweep the country. They’re a fun way to pass on your stuff and get something new to you in return.

Quick and Easy Fix For Your Fashion Needs

But if you’re somehow still attached to your clothes, you can also consider upcycling or reusing it differently. Sometimes all you require is some quick and easy tweaks. For example, mixing and matching tops/bottoms better or adding a few game-changing accessories might be all you need.

 

Here are some helpful tips.  

 

Add a Scarf

A bright scarf is a super-easy way to add some pizzazz to a boring outfit. A colorful wool or flannel scarf can be effective in the wintertime since the bright hue can help lift the spirits of everyone around you. You could also shop for a new scarf for other seasons. Consider lighter materials like silk or cotton.

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Celebrate Your Shape

Picking clothes for your body shape can be a cinch. Make sure you’re realistic and honest about your physique whether it’s a Coke bottle or pear shape. That’s the first step.

 

Then it’s easier to figure out which general styles fit you like a glove and which clothes  are a fashion disaster. For example, a boxy top or mid-length vest can be very slimming. You can then filter fashion trends based on your shape-specific criteria.       

 

Bet on Black on Black

You’ve probably heard the old saying that “everything goes with black.” In the art world black is the presence of all colors. The hue is also one of the neutral colors like white, grey, and beige. These are some of the reasons you should consider simultaneously wearing a black blouse, skirt, and shoes.

 

If you’re in a hurry and can’t decide what to wear you should consider a black-on-black outfit. It’s a quick and easy way to put together an entire ensemble. Just make sure to wash dark clothes properly so they won’t fade.

 

Show Skin (But Not Too Much)

If you want to look sexy one way you can do that is by showing some skin. The key is to know what to bare and what to keep covered. An effective approach is to show off just one body part.

 

Here are some examples. If you wear a mini skirt then provide more coverage for your upper body. Meanwhile, if you’d like to show some cleavage then consider pairing the top with pants or long skirt/dress. This approach will help you look sexy, stylish, and classy at the same time!

 

Be Creative

If you’re feeling a little bit innovative you can try using some materials from last weeks party or an event you’ve attended. Stuff like excess ribbons and some burlap fabric may come in handy. You can pin or sew them up and turn them into an accented ribbon bracelet or an eco friendly burlap bag. In a way you’re strutting with some style and sustainability.

 

Conclusion

If you want fixes for your fashion blunders the number of options is unlimited. An added bonus is don’t have to spend tons of time, effort, and money to get your wardrobe back on track. It might just require some tweaks.

 

The whole process can be quick and easy. Some outfit fixes include accessories, vintage looking tote bag for a classic look, and some figure-friendly clothes. They’ll help turn your fashion selfies’ haha emojis into likes and shares.

 

 

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