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Oftentimes, we may find ourselves staring blankly into the wardrobe and trying to figure out what to wear. If you want some help with the clothes you have, well do read on for tips on how to build more outfits and have some fun with your style.
Being fashionable is not always about wearing the latest trend or the most expensive clothes. It can just be as easy as adding layers to your outfit, tucking in a shirt with pants, and mixing and matching outfits to create a whole new look. Having your wardrobe looking fresh has never been easier with clothes that you can mix and match easily.
There are many benefits when it comes to switching up your outfits. Besides keeping your outfits from getting boring, it can also make getting ready in the morning a lot easier and fun. Another plus point is that it can save you a lot of money in the long run because you can mix new staples and trend pieces effortlessly without buying a completely new wardrobe every season. If you are unsure what to mix with what or how to create a different look with the same clothing, here are some ideas to create unique outfits that are comfortable and keep you looking on-trend.
You can have a whole outfit in different fabrics such as a ribbed sweater with leather pants. This is a super chic way and you can also go bold with your color choices or keep them in the same shade for a more subtle look. Create a fun casual look by layering a smooth sweater with corduroy pant and a denim jacket.
Layer Up to Keep It Interesting
Adding layers to an outfit can add a new level of interest to any outfit. If you want a simple, fun way to keep your outfits looking fresh, there are interesting ways to layer pieces. Put on colorful jackets over tank tops or sweaters when the temperature drops. You can also create a triple layer with tanks and button-up shirts and top it with an open-front sweater or a jacket. Pair a turtleneck underneath a sleeveless dress or overalls or wear your favorite skirt or shorts with leggings or tights for a fun casual look that will also keep you warm. If you want a dressier look, pair a button-up cardigan with a sheath dress, or add a vest to your favorite tops for a layered look that is great for work.
Create Colorful Contrasts
Another simple trick to make the clothes in your closet do double duty is to create contrast using color. By creating an eye-catching color combo will give your outfits that extra boost of style. For example, pair a darker jacket with a pastel-colored t-shirt or sweater. Wear a jewel-toned top underneath a monochromatic blazer and pants or wear your favorite white shirt with a colorful maxi skirt. Try a striped top with a basic pencil skirt or skinny jeans for color and interest.
Mix Casual and Dressy Pieces
Keep things cool and classy by pairing some unexpected pieces. For example, a lightweight top with a pair of wide-legged jeans will give the top a style boost. You can also wear your favorite jeans with a cashmere sweater and a pair of heels. Dress down a sheath dress with a casual jacket and flats or sneakers. It is ok to break some rules when it comes to dresses to create unlimited options.
Find New Ways To Wear Pieces From Your Closet
If you have been wearing your tops untucked, try tucking them in with high-waisted pants to create a brand-new look. Tie button-up shirts or flannel shirts at the waist over a tank top or your favorite tee to give it a more casual vibe. Or if you have always worn an unbuttoned cardigan, try it by buttoning it up and pair it with a skirt instead of jeans. Wear a flowy skirt with a tank top and layer with a blazer for a touch of sophistication. Wear a tee with jeans and add a statement necklace for a put-together look. The jeans and t-shirt are casual but the statement necklace adds a touch of glamour.