Style is your first form of self-expression when you walk into a room. You express yourself to the world, by wearing your clothes actually you wear your beliefs and your opinion. Before you ‘say hello’ to someone, the first thing that people will have is a reaction to what you’re wearing. That’s why it’s really important to put together an outfit and feel extremely confident. Don’t forget: style it’s not something you can buy.
Create interest with textures
Wondering how to make your outfits look intentional? It’s simple. Choose tricky color combos like navy& black or brown&black and style them with different textures. Matte textures as cotton canvas, twill, denim or suede can be combined with shiny ones like sequin, silk satin, patent leather or vinyl. This combo creates a perfect balance to your look.
Wear a hero piece
It’s a common story that every fashion blogger will tell you that your outfit will be completed if you add a magical third piece. Aside from your top and bottom, what is this extra piece that you’re going to layer on to create more interest and style? This could be a hat, a vest or a cardigan. The trick is that a lot of these third pieces aren’t necessarily practical but more for the sake of style. The goal with this hero statement piece is that you decide where the focal point is and to draw focus to your outfit.
Invest in accessories
If you wear monochromatic outfits or love neutral color looks, try to layer accessories on top of it like heirloom pieces. In this way, your clothes will appear instantly more expensive than they are. You can draw back your budget on basic pieces and invest in good-quality jewelry, that will last for a long time.
How much self-expression is coming through in the clothes that you wear? The answer is different styles may represent you and you have to embrace all the versions of you and transform them into outfits. For instance, you can wear a feminine, romantic puff-sleeved dress with combat track sole boots and a leather jacket on top to create a more edgy, grunge look.
Don’t hesitate to express your style and embrace your uniqueness. If you wear basic, neutral outfits all the time, you’ll never develop any flair. The more you experiment, the more mistakes you’ll make—and the more things you’ll find that make you look and feel great. Do you want to avoid ever looking bad, or do you want to look as good as you can?