Fixing up your fashion style can be difficult. However, there are many ways to add your own style into your wardrobe while staying on trend.
The first is to go bright. Many stylish items come in a variety of colours – after all, the items on the runway aren’t all black, grey, or white. A pop of colour can add a touch of personality to any outfit. Try a red blazer, a pink statement necklace, a purple pair of earrings, or even a pair of bright coloured shoes.
The latest 1970’s Boho trend is one that is fast approaching this summer. Features such as tan suede materials and fringes can be seen as the latest fashion trend. Celebrities such as Kendall Jenner photographed wearing an all denim jumpsuit and Olivia Palermo seen in a fringed waistcoat paired with flared denim jeans, are great inspiration for daily fashion.
Changing up your boots can be another good way to keep on trend and on point while still being able to change up the ho-hum of your wardrobe. The ankle boot is a good place to start – it’s a simple corner stone to all fashionable wardrobes as it as seen as an on trend for summer and winter.They can be simple with a zipper for a little bit of a kick, or they can have multiple different kinds of kicks. Some have two zippers, while others have chains and studs and strips of fabric that wrap around the ankle of the boot.
While it may not be a staple of everyone’s wardrobe, a plain t-shirt is a good piece to have in the wardrobe. This is where neutral colours come in very handy. A grey, black, or white t-shirt in the wardrobe allows funky patterned bottoms a chance to shine, and can be paired with a simple pair of jeans for a very casual look.
A statement tee, on the other hand, is also a good thing to keep on hand. Letting your shirt do all the talking on the streets offers the chance to wear a casual and laid back pair of bottoms or a plain skirt. If there are multiple colours in the shirt, pick a pair of bottoms in a less prominent colour on the shirt.
While these are only some of the best ways to pick up the fashion trends and stay within your comfort zone, they do work.