You probably have an outfit or two that you always reach for. It has pride of place in your wardrobe because you know it will always fit and look good. That’s awesome. You should also think about changing up your wardrobe every so often. Who knows? You might just find your next favorite look.
Try New Jeans
Jeans can be really hard to find. There are just so many options. Avoid “agony of choice” and start simple. Figure out your body shape first. There is no right or wrong here. It’s all about what is most flattering. If you prefer more coverage you can go for a high rise fit. If you like being body conscious then skinny jeans are probably a good choice.
Check Your Lids
What do you think of when you think “accessories”? Is it jewelry or a nice watch? A cool pair of sneakers? Hats can also be a fun accessory. Wearing a trucker hat sends a casual message. You can mix it up with different patterns or the logo of your favorite sports team. Some hats even have clever slogans. The trucker hat is the perfect match for that new pair of jeans you found.
Keep it Tight
Cinch up your look with a belt. You can wear a neutral color in the summer. A darker color makes more sense in the colder months if you live somewhere chilly. Some people also try to match their belts with their shoes. If that’s not your style then pick a belt that has a pattern or is even embellished with shiny jewels. The buckle itself can have a little illustration or clever clutch. You can tuck your shirt in all the way or just at the front to have your belt on display. Belts are not an intuitive accessory so you will really stand out.
Pump up Your Kicks
Are your shoes scuffed or old? It might be time to replace them. Think about where you tend to wear your shoes. Work or hiking boots are perfect if you spend a lot of time outdoors. Sneakers are always classic. Arch support is very important no matter what shoes you end up buying. This can come from a small heel or just an extra cushion in the foot bed.
Don’t be daunted if you dislike shopping. You don’t need to feel like you have to have a complete wardrobe overhaul either. Check your clothes regularly for rips or general wear. Replace these items over time to save time and money.