Spoilt For Choice: Styling Tips To Double Your Wardrobe
We bring you simple and easy styling tips that will increase the size of your wardrobe without occupying your closet space (which barely shuts already). Reusing your existing pieces of clothing with a little bit of creativity can turn them into completely different outfits. This will also help you save a lot of money, which is what all of us want to hear, are we right? From turning a simple scarf that you got as a gift into a sexy halter top to ‘borrowing’ your boyfriend’s T-shirt and creating a brand-new dress for yourself, the choices are numerous.
Why not go a little daring by wearing only a vest as a top? This look is sexy and stylish and will definitely put you on the list of cool trendsetters. Pair the vest with skinny trousers and heels for a more sophisticated and classy look, or a pair of jeans and booties for a laid-back sexy vibe, and be sure to raise the heat wherever you set foot.
If you have a midi or a maxi skirt lying round, you can easily turn it into a dress. Add a chunky belt to accentuate the waist and layer up on the accessories to give it a finished, feminine look.
The latest trend to hit the streets of New York, London and Milan is wearing your sporty outfits as casuals. One of them is swapping your crop top for a sports bra. A sports bra not only looks good, but also spells comfort and support in bold letters. We totally approve of this trend. Who doesn’t want to look great while feeling comfortable?
Why not get inventive and turn your boyfriend’s (or brother’s) T-shirt into a cute and girly dress. Just follow the tips given below and you will never run out of dresses, as there are so many T-shirts available in the closet that you can raid and replace.
A scarf can be worn in so many versatile ways. Style it as a vest or a top, halter or tube. It is easy and quick and provides an opportunity for a different look every time. It is perfect for hot weather as it lets you flaunt your sexy back.
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