Ways to Curate a Fashionable Closet


Even if you're not the most stylish woman on the block, it's really nice to look as good as you feel. If you'd like to curate an effortlessly fashionable closet, there are a few tips you'll want to consider. 

1. Get the basics. 

Don't underestimate the power of a good foundation. Start with making sure you have the right undergarments. A supportive bra is a must-have. You'll want to purchase underwear that doesn't showcase an intense panty line. Think about your color palette. You'll want to build a foundation of neutral colors that are versatile. A white button-up shirt, a great pair of blue jeans and a navy blue cardigan are items that will always be in style. Knowing this, it's best to invest your money in these areas because they'll last a long time. The same concept applies to a great-fitting trench coat, a pair of vans sneakers nyc and a black blazer. As you incorporate these pieces into your overall attire, it'll be easier to build a good outfit on a consistent basis. 


2. Accessorize with trends. 

You don't need to banish trends from your closet. You just need to make sure your clothing isn't dominated by trends. Take a look at the trends of each season, but don't make large investments. It's okay to set aside $50 to dedicate to trendy pieces like blouses, accessories and more. As the trend gets old, you can opt to donate the items to a local charity or thrift store. 

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3. Customize your looks. 

The thrift store is one of the best places to develop a fashionable wardrobe. The prices are extremely inexpensive. You can easily walk out of a thrift store with a load of amazing pieces for less than $30. When it comes to the thrift store, there are a few things to remember. It's a great idea to get some pieces tailored. If you know how to tailor your pieces yourself, that's great. Otherwise, find a great tailor with reasonable prices. Your clothes will look better and last longer. If you've purchased a blazer with simple black buttons, head over to the local department store to find funky buttons.

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