Incorporating better fashion in your life only takes a simple commitment and dedication to trying harder. Many people want to, but the time is just not there it seems. However, you can do simple things to help you bring fashion into your life, so remember the helpful tips you’re about to read.
When choosing accessories, stick to one large, statement piece. Dangling earrings, a big necklace, and a chunky bracelet give the eyes nowhere to rest. If you want the focus to be on your necklace, wear studs in your ears. If you don eye-catching earrings, skip the necklace altogether to avoid looking too “busy.”
Dress in a way that accurately reflects your age. If you are a young professional woman, do not go to work dressed like someone in their teens. On the other hand, if you are a teenager, do not dress in a style that an older woman would feel comfortable in.
As you start to get grayer, and your hair is almost 50 percent gray, you will want to look into a permanent dye. It does not wash out, though, which means that each month you will begin to see your roots showing through. One trick to help with this is to put in highlights near your part and your temples.
To add a touch a bit of “spring” to your wardrobe, go with mint green this season. This soft green looks great on its own or when paired with other colors like neutrals and other subdued hues. You can find it in various shades and in everything from dresses to shoes.
If you notice your hair frizzing when it is dry, try applying just a little leave-in conditioner from the top to the bottom of your hair follicles. If your hair is very curly, use a serum instead and start around the middle of your hair rather than at the crown. These tactics will help to smooth things out and help you to look your best.
Throw away that sweater with the hole in it or those jeans that are barely staying together at the crotch. They may feel like old friends, but if you’re spotted in them, you’re going to be viewed as the neighborhood bag lady. It’s easy to forget that your shirt is stained if you suddenly have to leave the house. Buy and wear clothing that you won’t mind being seen in.
One way to add more weight to thin hair is to use mousse. Don’t lay it on too thick, though. While big hair may be in, it didn’t look good in the eighties, either!
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to be fashionable. There are many department stores that carry comparable styles to famous designer fashions. Other stores offer high-fashion brands at low prices because they buy over run styles. Another option is getting a sewing machine and recreating your favorite styles.
Fashion in your life doesn’t have to be an unclaimed desire. All it takes is personal expression and a little bit of time and dedication. If you want to look your best, you must make it a priority. Remember the tips and advice you’ve read here as you embark on your journey.