The best style tips every woman should know
The best style tips every woman should know. Being able to dress chic is a skill that can be hard to master. Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up the best style tips every woman should know.
While these tips may seem simple, they will help revolutionise the way you dress daily and ensure you look fashionable.
Organise your wardrobe
When it comes to dressing stylishly, you need to have an organised wardrobe. How can you choose a great outfit if you can’t see what you own.
Start with decluttering your wardrobe and donating anything you don’t need anymore. Here’s our tips on the best way to organize your wardrobe.
Find a Good Tailor
A good tailor can make even a bargain wardrobe look great. Whether it’s a pair of jeans that need to be hemmed, nothing beats a garment that fits perfectly. If you don’t want to spend money on getting your clothes tailored, learning to sew is a valuable skill.
Balance your top and bottom
The most successful look is all about balance. It’s important to plan outfits where the top and bottom compliment each other. If you’re wearing a loose shirt, wear fitted pants. If you’re wearing a tight-fitted top, go with a skirt or wide-legged trousers.
Work with your body shape
Investing in pieces that work with your body shape is essential to looking stylish all the time. If you’re unsure what works for your body, have a look at the most flattering item you own. If those high-waisted jeans work for you, choose pieces with the same silhouette.
Then you can have fun with different textures and patterns while still ensuring you look good.
Prepare for the fitting room
Try not to go shopping when you’re not prepare for the dressing room. If you’re in too much of a rush, it’s better to wait and shop another time. As sizes and fits vary from shop to shop, trying on clothes is essential, especially if you don’t want to return them later.
Dress for the item that you’re shopping for. Trying on an evening gown with the right underwear and heels will look better than a sports bra and sneakers.
Don’t be afraid of mixing patterns
Patterns are great for adding some fun and diversity into your wardrobe. If you’ve been sticking to basic block colours, try to switch things up and embrace checks, stripes, floral and more.
Wear colours that suit your skin tone
If you’ve ever wondered why some colours look great on you and some don’t, it’s all about your skin tone. To ensure every outfit looks amazing, fill your wardrobe with colours that flatter you the most.
If you have a cool complexion, choose colours like white, grey, silver, blue or black. If you’re on the warmer side, stock up on gold, brown, yellow, olive or red.
Have these three jackets handy
Although a little black dress and white t-shirt are essentials, there are also three must-have jackets you need to own. A tailored blazer, a leather jacket and a denim jacket are non-negotiable items every stylish woman should own. The blazer will have you covered for any formal events, while the denim jacket is perfect for those casual days. For edgy outfits and evening drinks, a leather jacket is perfect.
Show the right amount of skin
To create a stunning ensemble, showing the right amount of skin is essential. Try showing off just one part of your body to ensure you nail the right look. If you love your legs, opt for a long-sleeve mini dress. If in doubt, show less, not more.
Adding accessories will help to complete any look. Whether it’s as simple as wearing a belt or a necklace, the right accessories have the power to transform any outfit. Stylish hats, bags, jewellery and sunglasses are all essential items to have in your wardrobe.
Choose your outfit the night before
Everyone knows the pain of rushing in the morning and having to choose something to wear. Try to set your clothes out the night before. Having stylish, pre-selected outfits will make your mornings run more smoothly.
Here at Fashion.ie we always promote fashion sustainability. Where possible, please exchange your clothing with others to increase their longevity which ensures they do not go towards landfill which is bad for the environment.
Always check out how and where your clothes, beauty products and accessories are made before purchase to ensure they are not only ethically produced but environmentally friendly.
We can all play our part and make the difference to working towards a better and cleaner fashion environment here in Ireland.
The best style tips every woman should know