We all have the desire to look perfect for every occasion, some people have impeccable style, but it’s not their body shape or size that matters, it’s the little things they do to make their clothes fit better, like making sure a faded outfit is brightened up with a pop of color, and every outfit ready something perfectly.
Brightside offers some tips and tricks for you so that you can always look your best, with some simple changes you can make to your wardrobe:
1. The wrong type of belt can reduce the significance of the outfit
Thick, attractive studded belts are suitable for weekends and parties, just don’t try to add contrast with the belt, for example a black belt works well on a black dress, but a colored belt is a bit of an exaggeration.
Belt color and shape
2. Lots of prints together
There’s a reason why couture usually appears on catwalks and on the red carpet, quirky fashion might not fit our occasions, and we’re not all tall and skinny models, and we can rock any piece of clothing.
You can wear a printed jacket over simple outfits, a printed blouse under a plain pants, suit or pocket, or just a printed dress, and not mix them all together.
Lots of printed clothes
3. Dark lips or dark eyes
Makeup is an art, and you can choose your favorite look at parties and the like, but when it comes to work or just plain everyday makeup, you have to stand out only one thing.
If you are going with a bright or dark lipstick, make sure your eyes and cheeks are highlighted, and if you want to highlight the eyes, choose a light color or a sheer color on your lips, with makeup, remember that a little is always better.
4. Always wear the right cloth for the weather
Your fabrics should match the weather, no wool or heavy fabric in the summer, no cotton, silk or lace in the winter, so while Phoebe wore a wedding dress in the snow, remember that Monica and Rachel wore jackets as bridesmaids at Friends.
5. Make sure your sleeves stop at your wrists
Sleeves that go above your wrist look good for a beachwear or bohemian dress, and for formal wear, the sleeves are better to stop at the wrist.