Style Tips Part 4

  • Add clothes with texture to your wardrobe. This not only creates interest in an outfit but gives you an opportunity to put your own personal touch on your look. Think fringe, lattice, chiffon details, feathers, colorful suede, frayed hems, ruffles, lace, sweater knits, sequins, beading, fur, velvet, studs and so much more.  
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From: Zara.com

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Left from: Anthropologie.com 

Right from: Ann Taylor Loft  

From: Free People.com

From: Free People.com

From: Zara.com

From: Zara.com

From: Johnny Was.com    

From: Johnny Was.com

  

  • Use a belt, Because it defines your shape and highlights your waist. A belt adds polish to a casual outfit and can complete your look. Try belting your top and jacket together or find a jacket that has a belt already attached to it for a dramatic look. Either will accent your waist and make the jacket stand out as a statement piece.
From: Free People.com

From: Free People.com

From: Zara.com   

From: Zara.com

 

From: ASOS.com

From: ASOS.com

From: Free People.com

From: Free People.com

From: Zara.com         

From: Zara.com

 

 

 

  • Never underestimate the power of good accessories! They can bring any outfit together and make it pop. If wearing a statement necklace, keep earrings medium to a small size or skip them all together. In other words, try to stick to one focal point. 
From: Chico‘s .com

From: Chico‘s .com

From: Gap.com

From: Gap.com

From: Macy’s.com

From: Macy’s.com

From: Anthropologie.com

From: Anthropologie.com

From: Jcrew.com

From: Jcrew.com

From: Anne Jewel.com

From: Anne Jewel.com

Style Blueprint November 2018

The What To Wear article is now up on @styleblueprintnville !!!! Go take a look and read the stories of these amazing moms who have sacrificed so much for their sweet kids! What an honor and blessing it was to style this photo shoot!!!! I cannot thank @styleblueprintnville enough for having me back and letting me be apart of this amazing shoot!!!! 🌇Where: Jackalope Brewing Company 💃Models: Lisa Wolfe and Laurenne Nicgorski 📸Photos: Leila Grossman 💄Makeup: The Cosmetic Market 👗Clothes from local boutiques: Moda , Pieces , and Posh

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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 )