1. Update in Small Doses
if you are not sure skinny jeans are for you, Try on simple straight jeans for a start, and see how it works out.
2. Don’t Buy Junk to Save Money
Cheapo, just-because-its-on-sale items are almost always a bad investment. Remix existing clothes, alter your hair, makeup and accessories or borrow something from your best friend’s closet until the financial situation brightens.
3. Trends have a short life span
Fashion trends are a failure on the fashion timeline. One season everyone is wearing peplum or high-low, the next they are wearing pants. There’s nothing wrong with dabbling in ‘It’ bags or must-haves, but remember that they’ll only be hot for a short time.
4. If You Think You’re Too Old, you probably Are.
When your gut feeling tells you that a trend is too young for you, you’ll never really feel comfortable in it, so itsbetter not to try it
5. Wear what works for you.
Go with how fashion makes you feel about yourself. If you feel great in a mini and you’re 55, then go for it. If you prefer maxi gowns and you’re 21, then wear them.
6. Try black, they always Look More:
7. Leave Your signature Look for a While
Ultra-conservative? Explore new looks — maybe a lacy shirt with peeks of skin — or prints (try leopard for a bit of wildness). Downtown diva? Try a girly knee-length skirt. Play, have fun, remember that style should work for you, not the other way around. You’ll probably go back to your look after experimenting, but with a new approach.
8. Keep it simple
they say less is more right? An accessory at a time wont be a bad idea, just as having not more than 3 colours on.
9. You Are About Much More Than Just Fashion
Put much more thought into your reading repertoire, spiritual nourishment and personal relationships than your wardrobe. An inner peace and glow will never go out of style. Even designer Kenneth Cole says “To be aware is more important than what you wear.”
10. You’re the Boss!
If you love it, look great in it and can afford it, buy it. Yes, it’s really that simple!