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Style Guide: How to Get the Most out of Your Wardrobe
We don’t know about you, but the packed closets of shows like Sex and The City and movies like Clueless set us up for failure. To think our wardrobes would ever reach that level of perfection was unrealistic, to say the least.
So how does one get the most out of a more modest wardrobe? By a little layering and impromptu tailoring, of course. Push your clothes to its limits with these styling rules.
Cuff & Roll
Go ahead and wear today’s jeans tomorrow. Rolling the cuffs transforms day-old denim and solves ill-fitting hems. Apply the same concept to the sleeves of layered jackets and tops for a messy finish.
Conventional: Roll up the sleeves of a layered button up and sweater.
Unconventional: Fold the cuff of your denim to expose a stocking-clad leg.
Let your layered pieces peek out by pairing them with sheer or shorter garments. The strategically-stacked look brings a clean contrast of colors and textures.
Conventional: Let a sheer tunic hang loosely under a crop top.
Unconventional: Layer a graphic A-line skirt over a longer tulle skirt.
An Unlikely Duo
Who says certain garments are mutually exclusive? Wear what you want, when you want by teaming unlikely duos like dresses and jeans together for an avant garde ensemble.
Conventional: Stack a graphic tube top over a structured oxford.
Unconventional: Slide a satin slip dress over distressed skinnies.
Cut the Clutter
The number one rule of layering is knowing when enough is enough. We’re all about fashion-forward creativity, but too many layers create unwanted bulk. Stick to two or three pieces for a clean layered look.
Conventional: Pile a denim jacket and hoodie combo over a basic tee.
Unconventional: A camisole maxi over a neutral-toned polo.
Stuck in a styling rut? Follow these rules and find new ways to wear your wardrobe.