Women's fashion & style tips

Organize and Edit Your Wardrobe.

Start by de-cluttering your wardrobe and donating or selling anything that you don’t wear or love. Then, organize the remaining items neatly into categories. Hang what should be hung and fold the rest. Also, invest in a shoe rack so that you can easily visualize complete outfits

Balance Your Dressing

For most of us, a successful look comes from striking the right balance. As such, it’s important to plan outfits where the top and bottom complement each other. If you’re wearing a loose shirt,

Invest in Fashion & Styles that Work for Your Shape

investing in designs that work for your body shape is essential. If you’re not sure what clothes work best for you, have a look at the most flattering items you already own.

Don’t Be Afraid to Mix & Match

So, if you’ve been sticking to basic block colors for the past ten years, now’s the time to be bold and embrace checks, stripes, florals, gingham, and more. Just remember to make sure that your patterns complement rather than clash. To do so, try choosing one focal design and accenting your outfit with another. Alternatively, opt for two patterns with matching or complementary color palettes.

 

Curate Your Colours to Suit Your Skin Tone

To ensure every outfit you wear looks amazing, try filling your wardrobe with the colors that flatter you the most. If you have a cool complexion.

Wear trends in an age-appropriate way

there's a grown-up version of the style du jour. Take crop tops: To avoid revealing skin, pair a shirt that hits at the navel with a high-waisted skirt—or a longer top with a crop top over it

The right bra makes you look slimmer.

How to actually do it: "Where your breasts sit on your chest makes a big difference in how clothes fit," says Vazquez. In other words, if you're wearing a bra that fits properly, there will be no sagging or bulging—and that means your silhouette will look trimmer from every angle. The target is midway between your elbows and shoulders. You've scored a match

Don’t be too matchy matchy.

How to actually do it: Strive to wear colors that enhance one another rather than "match" in the traditional sense. , "look at a simple color wheel. The colors that are opposite each other on the wheel complement each other.

 

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