Style Tips Part 3

  •  Rolled up jeans, designed that way or done by hand, are a fast way to make your outfit current. Not only does this style jean bring more interest to your look, but it also shows off those cute shoes. 

 

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From Pinterest 

 From Eileen Fisher.com

From Eileen Fisher.com

 From Garnet Hill.com

From Garnet Hill.com

 From Net- A- Porter.com   

From Net- A- Porter.com

 

  •  Drape a jacket or coat over your shoulders. This simple style tip brings to your outfit an air of sophistication while at the same time making it look more fashion forward, chic, and expensive. 

 

 From Jcrew.com

From Jcrew.com

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From ASOS.com

From ASOS.com

 From Pinterest    

From Pinterest 

 

  •  Knotting the ends of your top is an easy way to define your waistline without using a belt. This fashion idea lends a more creative finish and adds a playful vintage touch. 

 

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From Madewell.com

From Madewell.com

 From Anthropologie.com 

From Anthropologie.com 

 From Express.com   

From Express.com

 

  •  Get more use out of a dress by slipping on a sweater or tee over the top half and tying it at the waist if you need to. This style trick creates the illusion of a separate bottom half and allows you to get more use out of the dress. 

 

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

Style Tips Part 2

  • Layering is an important component of making an outfit. With the dog days of summer here and the up and coming fall season this is the perfect transitional time to be playing with this method of styling. Try to have fun with your layering! For example wear a leather jacket over a maxi dress to create a unique combination. 
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From Religion Clothing.com

 From Jcrew.com

From Jcrew.com

 From ASOS.com

From ASOS.com

 Shopbop.com

Shopbop.com

 From FreePeople.com   

From FreePeople.com

 

  • Try to mix prints and patterns. Yes, this fashion style is okay for you! Start off simple with mixing florals and stripes and go from there. This type of style gives you freedom to express your individuality in a fun and creative way. 
 From ModCloth.com

From ModCloth.com

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From Pinterest    

From Pinterest 

 

  •  Push and roll up sleeves on jackets, tops, or sweaters. This gives your outfit more interest and make it look relaxed and easygoing. 
 From Net-A-Porter.com

From Net-A-Porter.com

 From Women Within.com

From Women Within.com

 From Lili Gal.com

From Lili Gal.com

 From ASOS.com   

From ASOS.com

 

  • Tuck your shirt in completely or tuck just the front or side to develop a visual interest to your look. This technique will help you show off those high waisted pants that are on trend right now. 
 From Boden.com

From Boden.com

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From Madewell.com

From Madewell.com

 From Pinterest 

From Pinterest 

 From Pinterest ( street fashion from Paris )

From Pinterest ( street fashion from Paris )

Style Tips Part 1

With the dog days of Summer approaching and a new season coming around the corner we all can use some new style inspiration! I have compiled a list of style tips for the next few posts that will help you fine tune your wardrobe and bring it up to speed for anytime of year. 

 

  •  Buy one to a few pairs of good quality jeans. That will not only stop you from buying 20 pairs of jeans but also will give you a reliable wardrobe staple.  
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From Paige Denim.com 

 From AG Jeans.com

From AG Jeans.com

 From DL1961.com 

From DL1961.com 

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

 From Principle Denim Innovators.com  

From Principle Denim Innovators.com  


  •   When it comes to your purse, opt for bags that represents the colors of the seasons. Whether it’s bright colors, warm colors, patterns, or a unique brown its sure to give your outfit a pop. 
 From Fossil.com

From Fossil.com

 From Francesca’s.com

From Francesca’s.com

 From Hammett.com

From Hammett.com

 From Fossil.com

From Fossil.com

 From Hodo.com   

From Hodo.com

 

  •  Colored pants can brighten up any inspiring fashionista’s closet. Pair them with a tee or a pretty blouse and you will be ready for the day.  
 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From Jcrew.com and Ann Taylor.com

From Jcrew.com and Ann Taylor.com

 From Old Navy.com

From Old Navy.com

 From Ann Taylor Loft.com             

From Ann Taylor Loft.com 

          

  • If your “go to” outfit is seeming a bit tired, throw on an accessory. It will wake up your threads. Colorful scarves, statement necklaces, fun earrings, bracelets, rings, and cool detail bags can be the perfect addition. 
 From Charming Charlie.com

From Charming Charlie.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

 From Earthbound Trading Company.com

From Earthbound Trading Company.com

 From Fossil.com

From Fossil.com

 From Shopbop.com

From Shopbop.com

 

  •  Add the “in colors” of each season to your wardrobe and you have instantly updated your closet. This spring and summer season yellows, pinks, lavender, sky blue, turquoise, and milky white are just a few of the colors that are popular. 
 From Zara.com 

From Zara.com 

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From Chico’s 

 From Kate Spade.com

From Kate Spade.com

 From Amuse Society.com

From Amuse Society.com

 From Macy’s.com

From Macy’s.com

 From Urban Outfitters.com

From Urban Outfitters.com

Easy and Breezy Maxi Dresses

The maxi dress has become a staple for every women’s closet! The bright colors, bold prints, and fun details have made this style a must have for your summer wardrobe. From beach coverup, to street style, or a dressy affair this easy throw on and go dress can be styled in numerous ways. The combination of its long length and flowy skirt makes this dress an eye catching look and the perfect outfit for any occasion. Scroll down to see some great ideas for your wardrobe and that next outing.

 

The White Maxi  

This classic doesn’t have to be boring. Look for a white dress with some color detail or add fun accessories.  

 

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From BB Dakota.com

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From ASOS.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

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From Target.com

 from Anthropologie.com

from Anthropologie.com

 

The Striped Maxi 

From vertical, horizontal, diagonal, or other striped designs your look can be edgy and feminine. For a more feminine look try ruffles or bright colors. An edgy look can include a cool side or front slit. Top it all off with layered jewelry and boots. Whichever look you choose be ready for some outfit envy!  

 

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

 From LiliGal.com

From LiliGal.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From ASOS.com

From ASOS.com

 Amuse Society.com

Amuse Society.com

 Religion.com         

Religion.com  

   

The Long Sleeve Maxi 

Sleeves gives any outfit that extra touch. For a maxi go for some unique accents like embroidery, drawstring or a belt around the waist. One thing is for sure, you won’t be cold for those indoor events.  

 From Religion.com

From Religion.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

 From JohnnyWas.com

From JohnnyWas.com

 from FreePeople.com   

from FreePeople.com

 

 

The Blue and White Maxi 

This timeless combo gives a light and airy feel to any maxi dress. You can bring a sophisticated or bohemian vibe to this combination by looking for classic silhouettes or boho looking patterns. 

 

  

 From LiliGal.com

From LiliGal.com

 From Jcrew.com

From Jcrew.com

 From Target.com

From Target.com

 Both from FreePeople.com

Both from FreePeople.com

 From Jcrew.com   

From Jcrew.com

 

The Floral Print Maxi

These “steal the scene” prints are a fantastic way to celebrate the warmer weather. When wearing these patterns think the bolder the better! Put some quirky accessories with these looks and you’re ready for the spotlight! 

   

 From Jcrew.com

From Jcrew.com

 From H&M.com

From H&M.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 Both from FreePeople.com

Both from FreePeople.com

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From Jcrew.com

 From JohnnyWas.com

From JohnnyWas.com

The Casual Maxi  

From street style chic to beach babe these throw on and go fashions are a must for your summer wardrobe!  Bring a lot of interest to your outfit by adding cute sandals, sneakers, a jean jacket, and a straw purse. With this look you will be ready for anything that might come your way. 

 From H&M.com

From H&M.com

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

 From ASOS.com

From ASOS.com

 BB Dakota.com

BB Dakota.com

 From Anthropologie.com  

From Anthropologie.com  

 From ASOS.com

From ASOS.com

 From FreePeople.com

From FreePeople.com

The Dress Up Maxi

Did you know that maxi dresses are not just for a casual day out, that you can actually dress them up? Yes, that is right; you can wear these long length dresses for a summer cocktail party or a evening wedding. Elevate your maxi with a pair of heels and statement jewelry for a elegant summer look. 

 From BB Dakota.com

From BB Dakota.com

 From Betsey Johnson.com

From Betsey Johnson.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From Macy.com

From Macy.com

 From LiliGal.com

From LiliGal.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com

 From Dillard’s.com

From Dillard’s.com

 From Anthropologie.com

From Anthropologie.com