Project Closet: Debbie Wright Talks How To Find Star Fashion For Less
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!
Debbie Wright has a new gig as a host Saturday mornings on QVC, and she may have let the fame go to her head, because this week’s she’s here to share how to find the big star fashion… but for less! Here’s her tips to get those great looks without the high prices.
If you saw a celebrity wearing a floral blazer you like, search on eBay for “Floral Blazer” along with your size. As long as you are item-specific when searching, you’d be amazed at what comes up for a fraction of the typical cost.
With florals, remember– if you’re petite, go for a smaller print, and if you’re taller and looking for a bold statement, you can go with a bigger pattern. When you do a floral print, be sure that’s the focus, so keep the rest of your look plain.
2. Black and White
This look is always a classic, and top designer Stella McCartney, who has designed for many stars’ wardrobes, has a line of unique black and white pieces available in boutiques like Body Talk in Avon and NIRO boutique in Hartford.
Another big celeb trend is dresses with unique cuts in the back or the shoulders. It’s a different way to show off your shoulders or back with a really cool, unique shape. A lot of the cut-out looks are dresses and cocktails, a little dressier. So scout out for a fancy dress or a jumpsuit, and don’t be afraid to try out a new shape cut!
4. The One Shoulder
The one shoulder maxi– a dress that goes all the way to the ankle– looks great on many shapes and body types. It’s flattering, comfortable and subtly sexy. The shoulder is a beautiful part of the body to show off, and they’re showing it all over the Red Carpets. You can find some really nice one shoulder pieces at Marshall’s or TJ Maxx for surprisingly little money.
For more tips for your closet or your business, check out Debbie Wright’s ALL NEW website at projectcloset.com.