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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Right from: Ann Taylor Loft  

From: Free People.com

From: Free People.com

From: Zara.com

From: Zara.com

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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

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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. 
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From: Chico‘s .com

From: Gap.com

From: Gap.com

From: Macy’s.com

From: Macy’s.com

From: Anthropologie.com

From: Anthropologie.com

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From: Jcrew.com

From: Anne Jewel.com

From: Anne Jewel.com