Looking put together can help you look the part while working or doing anything else. And it can help you gain more confidence in yourself. While it might seem challenging to build a fashionable wardrobe, the good news is that it is relatively easy to do so.
Don’t be Afraid to Spend
A great basic wardrobe is something you can build for many years to come. That’s why it’s so important to be able to spend the money on investing in one. A basic wardrobe can consist of simple, well-fitting t-shirts, jeans, button-downs, and a blazer. If you don’t have the money to invest in your wardrobe now, you could consider taking out a personal loan from a private lender. That way, you can acquire a basic, classic wardrobe now. That could be especially important if you have recently started a new job or are getting back to the office and have found that your old clothing will no longer work.
Find the Right Clothing for Your Body Type
It is important to balance out your proportions. That way, you will look more aesthetic. Start by clothing that fits your body shape well. If you want to add a larger piece, keep everything else more fitted to you. For instance, if you are wearing a free-flowing blouse, consider wearing it over leggings or skinny jeans. Don’t be afraid to spend a little more to get items that fit you perfectly. If you don’t find something in your exact size, consider working with a tailor to get your clothing fixed up. When it is tailored, it will fit better and make you look more polished. For example, if your pants are too long or your dresses bunch, you will not feel very stylish. Once you have a basic wardrobe, you can then look for larger or smaller things that make you look more put together but not sloppy.
Keeping Your Fashion Unique
Consider playing around with color. If you don’t want to add color, you can begin with one fun piece worn with darker or more neutral colors. You might find you like it and want to add more colors. You will learn about the combinations of color that work with your personal style. To find your style, create a mood board of things you like. It takes a while to develop your personal style but spending time on it here and there will help you do so. Personal style is something that is always evolving, and it is a type of experiment. you might not know something looks good on you until you try it on. Try playing with different silhouettes and colors to find something that looks great.
Don’t be afraid to mix and match textures and patterns. One’s belt and shoes no longer have to match and combining prints and textures can make for a fun new look. If you are just starting and are not too sure, you can start out smaller with neutral, small patterns. Then you can become more adventurous over time.