Fashionista, Style Consultant and Author, Debbie Wright is back with more style tips for your closet, and your business! Check out her tips, then get ready to reinvent YOUR wardrobe!
When we dress well, we feel great, and good things can happen! People have a mindset that they save dressing up for special occasions, but you should feel just that good every day, even if you’re in jeans. Here’s Debbie’s tips on how to look your best all the time.
1. Dress your body shape TODAY
One of the biggest keys is to fill a closet with clothes you love. So many people have a variety of sizes in their closet, or they wait to go shopping until they lose that last 5 pounds, but forget that– you need to have clothes that flatter your shape right now, because that’s how you will feel your best.
2. Shop Everywhere
A lot of people with limited time just go back to the same old store and buy the same old things. There’s nothing wrong with having stores you love, but if you’re not careful you can end up with a closet full of the same thing. To build a closet you really love, sometimes it’s best to venture out and try some new looks. Go to consignment stores and thrift stores, which will offer you a multitude of brands and offer some great prices.
3. Tailor your pieces
Make sure you only buy clothes that fit and flatter your body shape. By spending a little more time, you can find those great finds that will work perfectly for you.
4. Make your own mannequin
Some people don’t go to the larger stores or consignment shops because they get overwhelmed by the racks and racks of clothes. To open up your realm of possibilities for shopping destination, make your own mannequin. Pull out pictures from magazines featuring clothes you’re attracted to. This can help you figure out what it is you’re looking for, which allows you to stay focused when you’re in a store. This will be your road map to fashion.
5. Clear out the confusion and clutter
Don’t be bombarded with things you don’t love. If you don’t love something, consign it or donate it… there’s plenty of things you can do to free your space and find a good home for your unwanted clothes.
For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s website at projectcloset.com.