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Choosing the right dress code everyday takes lot of your time and energy. To look stylish each day is becoming difficult. Bored of wearing the same jeans and T-shirt .. What can be done to add a spark to your look? Try out the mix and match approach to create a difference.
Mix and match will allow you to wear a new look each day even if you have a limited number of dresses. You can even make your ordinary clothes look exciting. It gives you an opportunity to blend the present trends with your personal touch. Update yourself with the current market trends. You may also have to buy few essential stuff to carry on your experiment.
Before your planning for shopping have a look at your present wardrobe. Which color suits best with your skin tone? Which fabrics do you prefer? Are you fond of stripes or dots. Which neck cut suits you most? Knowing your personal preference and lifestyle needs are essential. Dress generally does not give so much scope for mix and match so it is better to buy separate pieces of clothes. Then go for shopping.
Designing your wardrobe
1. First and foremost you need to maintain few basic color codes. Avoid duplication of colors.
2. You should have well fitted plain clothes of different patterns. You can always easily match printed clothes with plain ones. 75% of your wardrobe should be composed of plain clothes.
3. Depending on your lifestyle keep clothes that can be used both formally and informally.
Things to avoid
Choose color carefully specially while selecting bright colors. Don’t use too many colors in the same outfit. Select you accessories carefully. Don’t look overdressed.
The main aspects of your wardrobe are versatility and variety. Along with that apply your creativity .Apply this in your look and design your unique style statement.
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