Many of us have the New Year’s resolution as cutting down the entire food group or will spend enough time in the gym. But we have captured one new resolution for you guys that to make the year 2018 your best dressed year to date.
So let’s ready for the adventure and save enough money for shopping. It’s going to be fun for all of you. We will not let you come out of your comfort zone. This year will make you stop wearing black from top to toe. And will finally stop you to feel guilty for buying a pair of somewhat impractical stilettos.
Make sure to take some tips from the fashion professionals before you add trendy pieces to your wardrobe. The fashion professionals include The fashion director, Lisa Aiken of Net-A-Porter, Jennifer Fisher; the stylist turned jeweler, and Gigi Burris O’Hara, milliner extraordinaire. These fashion professionals will guide you on how your closet. They will tell you to shop a bit smarter.
Here are some tips, the fashion professionals gave to make your wardrobe.
1. “Go shopping solo.”
Jennifer Fisher has warned that “Trust your gut because sometimes the friends give you the worst advice. If you don’t think your friend has the same style as you do, don’t stop with them.” Usually, we find the jeweler to the stars shopping alone in stores as well as online. So the person can focus on what exactly she wants for her wardrobe and what she wants to but.
2. “Before buying a statement piece, ask yourself one question.”
Aurora James, the designer of Brother Vellies, asks before buying a vibrant animal print coat or the top dress that “Does this accentuate the best version of who I am as a woman?” The designer explains that “For me, I love the things that have a ‘wow factor’ so if I am going to splurge and buying something, I want it to be the clothing version of my self.” It is the best trick to make your purchasing accordingly what you wear.
3. “Opt for a trend that will stick around for a while.”
Lisa Aiken, the fashion director, suggest for a sharp blazer, smart trousers, and the bottom down shirts. She explained that “This trend has longevity and can be worn as a full pantsuit or off duty with just the blazer, a white tee, and denim.”
Maggie Marilyn explained that “It’s something you can dress up or dress down.”
4. “Consider even the most minute detail.”
Milliner Gigi Burris O’Hara pointed out that “Looking put together is very different than having it all together, it just takes a bit of mindfulness. Make sure that your shoes are shined and put on a hat- immediately you’ll look done.”
5. “Flaunt it, because you’ve got it.”
Tanya Talor, the designer wants you to show off your body with the floral dresses and smart blouses to include plus sizes. She told the Observer that “I believe in dressing for your body type, not hiding it.”
6. “Ease into a more colorful wardrobe.”
Marilyn advises to ‘start smart.’ She advises adding more pop of colors to your daily dresses. She suggests starting with a neck scarf or colorful pair of shoes. And then fill your wardrobe with the colorful dresses. She noted that “Red is so timeless, it’s bright and bold and goes with everything. It’s such a strong and empowering colors.”
7. “Push yourself with something new.”
Fisher prefers wearing pants. So now in 2018, she is finding more skirts and dresses. She explained that “I try to pick one silhouette each season that’s new to add my wardrobe. I find skirts and dresses much easier to put together at 6 a.m in the morning.”
8. “Yes, You should buy something impractical.”
You have to allow yourself to search for something special like a pair of open-toe mules with a heel. These purchases just make you feel happy.
James said that “Everyone loves to dress up, even if it’s just at home. Why not throw on some palms pumps when you are cooking dinner this evening. You only live once, don’t take yourself so seriously.”
9. “Use Instagram for everyday inspiration.”
Taylor said that “It shows me how a mix of women are dressing, from designers to stylists to influencers on my friends and which styles they are wearing day to day.”
10. “Don’t forget to build a solid foundation of basics.”
Aiken explained that “You can’t go wrong with white tees, vintage denim, perfect tailoring, and pointed pump.”
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