‘Who’, ‘What’ and ‘Where’ are the 3 W’s trending in the fashion industry. It matters most to celebrities who need to create a specific image and get noticed for their fashion styling. Have you at any point wondered who the real person behind all these looks and style is? It’s none other than a fashion stylist.
The present economy has given women a chance to utilize what they already own and shopping one’s closet has turned into a way to curve spending, save time and get imaginative with styling options. However, when confronted with a closet loaded with dissimilar options most people freeze when choosing what to wear. That’s when you call in the professional.
Today, fashion styling, is a highly recognized profession. With the ever-changing styling options, almost every individual needs a bit of assistance with styling. Fashion styling is a vastly scoped profession.
You are gazing at the work dresses in your closet and you have nothing to wear. The dresses hanging there seem so stale that if you reached in to read the tag of the dress, it would state “Stale & Tired.” The thought of putting one on and heading into work makes you want to call out. You start practicing your sick voice in readiness for your upcoming strep throat…ah-em…trip to Palm Springs.
If you must add some Bailey’s to your coffee in the morning to give you the liquid confidence to put on the same old work dresses again, you can at least vary the styling options to trick yourself and your co-workers into thinking that your work closet is actually bigger than it really is. Below are 10 styling options to breathe some life back into your old closet.
Belt – Cinch the waist of any dress with a belt. It can completely change the shape of the dress and is a great way to add some personality by using a pop of color or animal print.
Cardigan – An awesome way to add some color or texture to any of your work dresses. You can likewise combine it with a belt and increase the variations for the dress with the belt and cardigan variations. This option makes for a more modest look.
Blazer – Do you need to wear the same blazer that came with the dress? Mix and match blazer options to create a new appearance.
Scarf – An impressive way to look faux-European with your different scarves and all the different ways to tie them. Get your scarf game on point and people will never know you are wearing the same dress.
Brooch – A brooch can make a work wear appear more grand and elegant. This styling option can be combined with a cardigan so that the brooch is on the upper breast part of the cardigan.
Denim jacket – Sometimes, you just need a little jean therapy. Including a denim jacket makes the outfit cool and casual and not so stuffy. While a denim jacket may not be appropriate at all workplaces, give it a try to change your work appearance.
Chunky sweater – Including a chunky sweater over the top of your dress creates a completely different look because it will now appear like you are wearing separates. But be careful that the outfit does not make you look too bulky on top.
Knee-high boots – Are you always wearing your dresses with heels or flats? Swap in a pair of boots to breathe new life into your work wears. This is a great way to keep warm and still wear your dresses in the fall and winter.