Most people think that to be trendy and fashionable one must be having so much money to buy expensive fashionable clothes and to be trendy but that’s not the case. Even with a small amount of money and using the resources available one can be able to maintain his/ her fashionabilty and be rocking on the streets like every other person. Simplicity is class with a flare of elegance. The good thing about it is that you do not have to be rich to pull a classy look.
To be classy, first you need to wear more fitting clothes. Classy and sophisticated clothing is typically tailored and form-fitting (not too tight, but you can show off that figure). Skirts should hit just above or below the knee, as should your dresses. Classic trousers are straight, slightly wide, faintly bootcut, or menswear- inspired and should be ½-inch off the floor in the back. Wide-leg pants and skinny pants in classic fabrics are also acceptable, as are ankle pants. Blazers, blouses, and sweaters should follow the curve of your waist. Do not hesitate to take items to tailor to be altered to fit properly.
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Secondly do not apply too many make up because the good can turn bad thinking that you are hitting to the top of the most trendy fashion only to realize that you are just moving out of fashion. When it comes to makeup, you’ll never go wrong with a dab of concealer, rosy cheeks, mascara, and a berry lip. For expensive-looking hair, try a sleek blowout. And don’t forget your nails – no polish is better than chipped polish.
Also look for the high heels for the ladies this is because one looks taller than she is and there building more confidence and also making one to look more classy and more fashionable. The heels must be class, simple and high.
Avoid shouting colors, If anything, work with black and white outfits or go for the subtle cool colors. Dress in Three Colors at a Time if need be. The idea is – even if you’re mixing textures, patterns, or prints – as long you keep everything to no more than three colours, the other mixing will look intentional (not like you got dressed in the dark).
For jewelry, inexpensive jewelry is the ultimate impulse buy, and when chosen and styled thoughtfully, it can elevate any outfit. Opt for clear crystals over plastic gemstones, and choose darker metals over excessively shiny ones. Additionally, choose metals that have some weight to them instead of ones that look and feel flimsy. For a classic look, add a metal or leather watch. Don’t be afraid to rock something with an ethnic or vintage vibe. Jewelry is the ultimate statement and conversation piece.
Putting on jacket is also another way to embrace fashion and to be trendy. No matter what you’ve got on underneath, a fabulous jacket makes an instant outfit. Focus on finding quality closet staples that will last you forever. A belted trench, black leather jacket, raw denim, and a navy, camel, or black pea coat will never go out of style. Collect them all and you’ll never find yourself with nothing to wear.
Another tip is that, If you spot a loose thread, give it a snip. Need to get rid of pills on a sweater? Use a disposable razor to shave them away. Got a pulled thread? Gently stretch the fabric back into shape and use a sewing needle to push the snag through to the inside of the sweater. And obviously, never wear an item of clothing with a stain, hole, or missing button. To be more fashionable you have to consider all of those aspects and no matter how small they look it matters a lot.
Ensure also that you are smelling nice. No outfit is complete without a luxe fragrance to match. Find a scent you love and apply it to your skin (never your clothing or hair) at major pulse points, advises perfume and fragrance expert Sue Phillips. “Heat rises, so it’s important to apply perfume to points on the lower half of your body in addition to places like your wrists, elbows, and the nape of the neck,” says Phillips. For a scent that lasts, spritz your ankles, behind your knees, and between your thighs. To avoid mixing too many fragrances, treat your skin with an unscented moisturizer or almond oil before applying perfume.
Avoid also earthly colors. Mossy earth tones can look drab and outdated. For a more luxurious look fill your closet with vibrant jewel tones and pastels. As for patterns and prints, leopard spots are a classic. Most others will make you look outdated. Avoid these other style mistakes that make you look older than you are.
Use steamer. A steamer is easier to manage and faster to use than an iron. To keep your clothes wrinkle free, fold or hang them as soon as they come out of the dryer, and give them a steam the night before wearing. Don’t waste time and water on the hot shower/steamy bathroom method—it’s fairly ineffective.
Last but not least tuck in. it is a simple way to go classy and trendy. A tucked-in shirt with a skirt or trousers always comes across as polished and classy. To give your outfit more of an edge, try a monochrome look in black, white, or navy.