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How to Look Instantly More Fashionable In 7 Easy Steps

September 14, 2021

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How to Look Instantly More Fashionable In 7 Easy Steps

Trying to become more fashionable doesn’t meant that you have to splurge on a whole new closet. In fact, becoming more fashionable is easier than you think. It’s all about mastering the art of subtle styling tricks and knowing when to wear the right clothing. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by different trends in the fashion industry. Can we let you in on the secret?

People who are truly fashionable don’t let trends dominate their closet. They’re confident in their style and aren’t obsessed about wearing the latest must-have item from Zara or Bottega Veneta. Instead, they focus on subtle styling features that instantly elevated their outfit – it can be something as simple as adding layers to their outfit or throwing on oversized sunglasses to finish off their look. Here are 4 FASHION TRENDS FOR 2021 YOU ALREADY OWN.

Trust us. It’s the simple things that count.

These 7 tips will be a gamechanger for your closet and outfit ideas.

Colour coordination 101


How often do you stop and plan your outfits around a colour palette? We’ve all woke up and ended up putting on two clashing colours. Instead of choosing your outfit around specific pieces, shift your focus to choosing two or three colours to form the colour palette for your outfit. Once you’ve got your colours, use them to help you pick the right clothes and accessories to create your outfit. You can even incorporate the hues into your makeup routine.


It’s a good idea to choose colours that naturally flatter your complexion and features. You can incorporate signature colours like blue and lavender, or choose a more minimalistic colour palette of neutral and earth-tone shades.

Mixing textures


Get some texture into your look by mixing and matching different fabrics to give you an elevated and effortlessly chic look. You’re guaranteed to have more than one texture in your closet. You can style a ribbed knitted sweater with denim jeans and leather boots or contrast a silk blouse with suede shoes.


Textures help to add definition to your outfit, giving you an instantly elevated look. You can keep your textures all within the same colour family for a subtle look or go all out by incorporating bold colours to emphasise the different textures.

Don’t be afraid of colour


Everyone has a signature colour that reflects their personality. Whether you’re Elle Woods with a hint of pink or prefer to wear emerald green, you can never go wrong by adding a pop of colour to your outfit. People often assume that there are rules for wearing colour. In reality, you can mix and match any hues that catch your eye.


Don’t be afraid to experiment with pastels, neutrals, and neon hues in one outfit to help you stand out from the crowd.

Wear a matching set


Channel your inner Blair Waldorf with a matching set. This outfit screams Parisian chic and is both timeless while feeling contemporary and in-trend all at once. You can invest in a coordinating two-piece from your favourite brand or buy a budget-friendly option from a high-street store. While a skirt suit is the classic option, you can experiment with a pantsuit or a knit set for a fun twist.


Once you have your matching set, choose your accessories and footwear to go with them. You’ll usually want your matching set to take centre stage, incorporating the main colours into your accessories.

Blazer with a graphic tee


In the last 18 months, fashion trends have turned on their head and become more casual and laidback than ever before. If you want to achieve the ‘high low’ look of blending athleisure with workwear, a blazer and graphic tee is the easiest way to re-create the look. It’s both laidback and dressed up at once, meaning it works for anywhere you’re going to.

Stick to monochromes


When in doubt, go monochrome. If you’re looking for an easy fashionable look, choose one hue to create your outfit around and stick to it. You’ll want to avoid choosing a hue that matches your hair, but you want one that does complement your skin tone and complexion.


A monochrome outfit makes getting dressed even easier and helps you to narrow down your outfit choices by keeping your look in one colour from head-to-toe. You can keep your monochrome shade neutral or go for a pop of colour to stand out.

Throw your jacket over your shoulder


Your jacket isn’t a jacket, it’s a cape. If you look back at photos of Old Hollywood stars like Maria Callas, Grace Kelly, and Elizabeth Taylor, you’ll notice one thing in common. They always wore their jackets over their shoulders. It’s an effortlessly chic look that helps to keep you arm while adding an elevated feel to your outfit. It’s perfect for layering over dresses or as a transitional styling tip as the temperatures start to drop.

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