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Top STYLING TIPS Every Woman Should Know

by Katie Leslove 20 days ago in tips

Essential tips that every woman should know to dress in style.

Top STYLING TIPS Every Woman Should Know
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While fashion is meant to have fun with, choosing flattering and trendy pieces of clothing can be a daunting task when you have to pick from so many options. But if you know how to pick the right pieces for your body type and style, you can embrace any outfit.

To help you with that, join us now as we have shared some essential tips that every woman should know to dress in style.

1. Plan Everything

No outfit is created accidentally. There’s always planning involved in styling a great outfit – be it a regular dress or for a special occasion. So, just like you plan things for your work, you need to plan your outfits a day or two days earlier to make your mornings stress free. Whenever you’re free, you can go through the pieces you already have in your closet and try to mix match them to create trendy style ideas. Also, click pictures of the clothing pieces that you think will look great together. This way you can easily take out your phone to check the already clicked pictures of the outfit styles you’ve already created. Planning everything will save your time to dress up later. So, give it a try!

2. Seek Style Inspiration

There is nothing wrong to seek style inspiration from any other woman who wears the most trendy and classy pieces. Not just celebrities, it could be any Instagram fashion influencer, your best friend or your sister. Just discover the women whose style inspires you and try to plan your outfits as per their choices. However, you must ensure that your body type, personal sense of style and skin tone is similar to your favourite fashionista so that their choice of outfits also looks flattering on your body.

3. Whenever in Doubt, Choose the Dressy

If you’re confused about what to wear, choose to be dressier. But if you feel worried about being overdressed, do bring a casual layer like a cargo jacket or a pair of jeans to add a touch of ease and comfort to your dressy outfit. A layer of a casual piece of clothing will also help you dress down your dressy outfit.

4. Try to Step Out From Your Comfort Zone

There’s nothing weird in trying something new. Be it a bright shade of red in your stale neutral palette or switching from casual tees to designer shirts for women, you can always make appealing style statements by trying new things.

5. Don’t Forget to Accessorise

Be it a statement neckpiece, a stunning pair of earrings or a dainty pendant, always make sure to wear at least one accessory to make your normal outfit to stylish in a jiffy. You can also carry a stylish handbag with your stylish outfits to look up-to-date and stylish all the time.

6. Create a Capsule Wardrobe

A capsule wardrobe is a must-have for a stylish woman. This means your wardrobe must-have items that can easily be mixed and matched without much guesswork in the morning. So, it’s best to invest in classic trousers, tops, blouses and designer shirts for women to mix-match and enhance your everyday outfits.

7. Don’t Let Age Stop You

When it comes to new trends, don’t let your age become a barrier in trying something new and stylish that catch your eye. So, what if you’re above 50? You can still rock a pair of stylish boyfriend jeans. If you’re 22 and want to try investing in formal wear, do give it a try. Just don’t let your age stop you from experimenting with your style.

Conclusion

If you want to change your normal dressing game or experiment with some new refreshing trends, you need to know the given style tips to always look chic and fashionable. Check out our official website to explore new clothing trends and keep things stylish.

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Katie Leslove
Katie Leslove
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