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11 Ways to Style up Your Outfits

11 Ways to Style up Your Outfits

When it comes to fashion, the choices are endless. However, finding the right flair for you can be difficult. Don’t worry if you’re stuck in a fashion rut. There are numerous ways to combine your outfits and give them a new look.

Fashion is all about experimentation and having fun with your personal style. So, don’t be afraid to get creative, and try out new things. Who knows, you might just discover your new favorite way to style up your outfits.


1. Wear Clothes That Fit Perfectly

A good tailor is a must-have if you want any piece of clothing to look amazing. Tailor-fit clothing not only appears more polished but also feels more comfortable.

You won’t feel confident if your dress bunch up awkwardly or your pants drag on the ground. You can start experimenting with over- and under-sized items in a stylish manner without looking tacky when you have a decent amount of well-fitting clothing and you’re comfortable with doing so.

11 Ways to Style up Your Outfits

2. Balance Proportions

Balancing proportions involves styling your clothes to achieve a sense of aesthetic balance. You can accomplish this by dressing in clothing that fits your body type. When you desire to experiment with oversized clothing, turn it into a fashion moment by keeping the rest of your outfit fitted. You can pair a tight crop top with boyfriend jeans, or a puff-shoulder top with straight-leg pants.


3. Discover Your Own Personal Style

Making a mood board is a good place to start if you’re struggling to find your own unique style. Keep in mind that developing your own sense of style is an experiment; you never know what fabulous looks are waiting for you until you step inside the fitting room.

You shouldn’t let the labels “men’s fashion” and “women’s fashion” determine how you shop. To determine what looks best on your particular body, spend some time experimenting with colors and shapes.


4. Use a Belt

One of the simplest ways to instantly elevate any outfit is by adding a belt to it. A long cashmere sweater and a billowy midi skirt are two examples of an outfit that can benefit greatly from this trick to create balance.

11 Ways to Style up Your Outfits

5. Color Coordinate

Pick two or three colors that will form the base of your outfit (let’s say, mint green and off-white), and then base your choices for clothing, accessories, and even makeup on those colors. Whatever color combination you choose, you’ll look put-together and elevated.


6. Patterns and Textures Should be Combined

There is no longer a need to match your handbag to your shoes. Contrasting textures and colors make a strong fashion statement. A scarf, tie, or clutch can be used to introduce sequins and paisley in small amounts while keeping the rest of your outfit simple with stripes, other neutral patterns, and understated materials like leather and knits until you find what suits you best.


7. Build a Capsule Wardrobe

A capsule wardrobe is an untapped secret weapon of stylists. Your morning routine can be simplified if you have a closet full of easily mix-and-matchable items.

Invest in dependable wardrobe essentials like a black dress, simple T-shirts, a pair of well-fitting jeans, button-downs in solid colors, a blazer, and a simple leather jacket (or a denim jacket). Investing in a small collection of adaptable basics is the key to looking put together (and learning how to style them).


8. Accessorize at All Times

Try to wear an accessory, even if it’s just a simple bucket hat, a brightly colored bag, or an exquisite pair of earrings (or all of the above). An outfit can quickly go from boring to vibrant with the addition of a strong statement piece.

Remember that accessories are essential for elevating your look from ordinary to extraordinary! Wear layers of jewelry and a bright bag or a scarf. Only a small number of carefully selected pieces can make a big difference.


9. Monochrome

Neutrals are your best friend. Choose one solid neutral color and go from there! Although it is not required, you can match your hair if you like. This option allows you to match head-to-toe without spending hours on your outfit, which makes getting dressed way faster. Solids are widely available in stores (and probably in your closet), versatile, and help you make the most of your wardrobe.

Navy blue, black, cream, white, beige, and gray are typical examples of neutral colors. Don’t assume that you must wear all black (or other neutral). You can vary the color while still looking classy by using monochromatic (different hues or tints of the same color). A thin red alligator belt or a pair of red pumps are a few examples of small accents that can make a solid stand out.


10. Add More Layers

Wear as many layers as possible because the fewer pieces you have, the less likely it is that anyone will truly make or break your look. For example, wear a coat over a dress, over a mesh shirt, and with tights. Regard yourself to be a fashion icon on a runway in Paris. In addition, since you should be wearing layers in the winter, this advice is effective.


11. Switch Up Your Footwear

Choose the opposite of whatever footwear you would typically wear. Change your sandals for sneakers, high heels for flat booties, and sneakers for high heels. The more flawed it feels, the more proper it is. Take my word for it. Adding a printed flat or a wedge with a pop of color can make your outfit look more put together even if it is a casual outfit.


In conclusion, I’ll rise to the challenge by suggesting how you could accomplish this by following these simple tips. Firstly, make sure you’re wearing the right color. A bright color like red or pink will definitely help draw attention to your face.

Next, choose the right cut for your body type. I’m sort of clumsy, but choosing something with a fitted waist will help emphasize your figure. To finish off the look, style your hair in a sophisticated updo.

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