I few months ago, I discussed minimalism. Now I would like to focus on getting the most out of your wardrobe. Interchanging pieces in your closet is the simplest way to expand your wardrobe. I can’t tell you how many times I bought a dress and failed to save it from “closet fever”. To avoid my dress from collecting dust, I started shopping out of my closet. I thought, why not wear my dress as a skirt? Although this idea is nothing new, apparently I did not entertain the thought until now. Ha!
So you’re in the closet, what’s your next move? Grab the dress of your choice and start styling. Add a top, belt, shoes, a few accessories, and you’re ready to go. If your dress is fun and flirty (ex: feathers, structured), a fitted top can be more flattering. Adding a belt will accentuate your waist. Creating an A-line shape will draw attention to your waist and highlight an hourglass figure. If the dress hugs your body, a loose fitting top is more ideal; for instance, wearing a chunky knit sweater over a form-fitting dress. However, if you want the laid-back chic look, pairing a loose fitting dress with a chunky knit sweater can be just as stylish. Just be sure the look flatters your body.
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