Another year is about to start, and the fashionistas in us are naturally already panicking about the next fashion trends to try to live up to. With 2017 on the way, we are certainly on the watch for any fashion staple to have for the upcoming year. Similarly, out of this habit of looking out for fashion trends year after year, there are already some fashion tips that we have noted to be applicable every year regardless of the season.
You see, for people who love to sew, it's easy to get lost in our creativity and experiment with various clothing styles, without realizing that we might already be committing a fashion mistake. To help you stay fashionable year after year, here are our top 5 tips for all time.
1) Keep Outdated Pieces
This is a common mistake especially for us who love to sew. To accommodate more things in a room, we let go of older pieces. The thing is fashion trends are basically cyclical, which means some of the fashion pieces from years ago can become fashionable again in the recent times. So make sure to keep few outdated pieces in your closet, since you'll never know when they'll be hot in the fashion market, again.
2) Spice it up by adding new elements to your usual style
Friends would find an outfit and readily associate it with you. This is true, through time, and with much consistency, there is a certain look that we are able to build of ourselves that simply stick to the people around us. However, if you want your current fashion style to look more interesting and edgy, take the risk of adding few elements that are not usually associated with you. Of course, you can always match this with your usual fashion choices.
3) Black will always be classic
I am assuming here that you already have the little black dress. But, there's also one underrated pair involving black clothing, and that's pairing it with navy. It always works! And if anyone would try to tell you otherwise, don't listen to them. The catch? Make sure to have a reliable navy apparel in your closet to spice your black outfit a bit.