It seems easy to get hung up on the latest trend. Style really isn’t something that can be bought. Sure, editors and insiders have their share of chic gear, but the reason why some become icons and inspirations is because of how they put the whole look together. Scroll through to find out how to give your outfit an quick update.
Do you think long sleeves were meant to be rolled? While a button-down can feel stiff, rolling up the sleeves gives it an easy nonchalance. It’s the easiest way to inject a little cool factor into even your most classic shirts.
The hemlines of our jeans might just cover up the best part of our outfits; the shoes, of course! If we didn’t roll them up. Instead of rolling up under the hem for a discreet, “looks like I didn’t cuff them at all” look, do as the editors and insiders do and embrace the roll. The result is so cool and a little undone and perfect for showing off your heels.
The easiest way to define a waistline without a belt is knotting your shirt right at the middle. It lends a more creative finish than just tucking in your shirt and adds a playful touch.
It tricks down with a slew of skinny belts, coming with oversize shirts, tunics, and coats to fit to the frame. It highlights the middle, plus, the belt adds polish to even the most casual ensembles. It may take a minute to throw on, but it looks like a more complete outfit every time.
Small ways to tweak your jacket or cuff your jeans that have a major impact on how your whole outfit looks. Plus, these aren’t seasonal or of-the-moment, these are timeless tricks that work again and again.