The key to looking your best all the time is only to own clothing that looks good on you. Your fashions should serve you; they should be easy and comfortable. When the items aren’t suitable for you, they never will be, no matter how hard you try to style them.
For example, I never bought another when I learned why pants with pleated fronts, dirndl skirts, and cable-knit sweaters don’t work for my shape. However, it changed my life when I found that slim-fitting pants, pencil skirts, and sleek-fitting cashmere sweaters nearly always looked good on me.
When I wear a skirt or pants with pleats, darts, or gathers, I look two or three sizes larger than I am. If I also wear a bulky top or one that falls from the bustline, I look like someone I don’t recognize. Part of the magic of fashion is its ability to make us feel like the best version of ourselves; if the garment fails in its job, it isn’t your fault. In truth, the style isn’t suitable for you.
My classic silver jewelry never lets me down. Sunglasses are usually a must each time I go outside. Similar items are linked. Watch – Earrings – Ring – Sunglasses. The fabulous bracelet is here. (Use the code SAS10 for $10 off any one item at Beauty in Stone Jewelry.)
The top I wore to the grocery store is at least four years old, but the fact that it is a solid color and has a simple, timeless style means it will not date. It has a crossover front detail and a V-neckline, so it will always flatter me. I have worn the slim-fitting white jeans countless times since I bought them last year. Similar jeans are here and here. A similar top is here. The sandals are also from a few summers ago. I found similar sandals here. The bag is also old, but here is a similar one. My sunscreen is here. My lip color is Plum here.
My blogging goal is to show you different ways to wear things you might already have and to make wise buying decisions in the future. Of course, if you only have clothing that suits your frame and style, you won’t need much, but all you have will get used often and well. The links I share with you sometimes allow me to earn a small commission at no additional cost to you.