You've watched a ton of YouTube fashion videos, you've studied the trends for the season and you know what colors go with your hair and skin tone.
But where do you start? Should you go with a top, or should it be a bottom? Is it safe to mix prints?
Where can you get some fabulous jewelry that isn't going to leave you without your savings? We're here to help: let's take a look at some ways to make a unique female outfit.
The Top and Bottoms
The tops and bottoms trend is also viral, especially among young and trendy women. These are the women who are into fashion and always up-to-date with the latest trends. They love to wear loose skirts with crop tops or long-waisted jeans and short tops.
The two most essential pieces to get from this style:
This is the only piece of your outfit that you will wear over and over and over again. Make sure it is a solid fabric that won't have holes after a single wash. The most important thing for this is to buy a quality worsted or semisoft fabric. It shouldn't be stretchy but rather have some basic structure, so it won't look like you're wearing cardboard (which makes you look cheap).
The edges of the t-shirt
This is very important because this one simple act defines your style: a well-fitted top. You want to make sure the t-shirt is tied around your waist and the waistband is long enough so the top of your garment doesn't show too much. This way, your top will go with your skirt, and the dress will go with your top.
Getting the right accessories for this can be tricky and confusing. Many styles require a belt underneath the top and that's a no-go since that will make you look like you're pulling your underwear into the top when in fact, you're wearing a belt to hold it all up. So, no belt, no problem? Maybe, but a web belt, preferably made of silk, is excellent because it will not show through your top. Also, I recommend getting a well-fitting tank top with olive, camel, or denim shades for the bottoms.
Mixing and Matching Patterns
You don't have to stick with one pattern or color when it comes to your wardrobe. Try mixing and matching patterns and colors to create unique outfits without looking like you've gone overboard. The easiest way to create a unique attire is to mix and match two different patterns or colors. Two different colors could be black on white and viceversa, or you could go with boots and dresses with a few accessories on tops. You can also mix and match patterns in a scarf, a necktie, jewelry or shoes.
Keep things simple, keep things cute. Having too much things can feel overwhelming, and overwhelming is the worst place to be. All you need is a few items that you like and you can create a striking outfit.
Mixing and matching items can help you find parts of yourself that you feel more comfortable with.
Sharing things with your friends and family can be a great way to find different styles and have a great and heart-warming experience. Sharing is also a great way to find inspiration, share designs you like and check out the items you haven't seen before.
A lot of the time, you don't have to spend a big chunk of cash on a lot of equipment: you can get the basics you need out of your closet. Many clothing in our culture is patterned and when you wear them, you feel like you're wearing a put-together paper wrap: don't let that happen.
Why is your sweater hanging out? It's not because you don't know how to wear it, it's because it needs washing and conditioning. Washing it inside out and putting it in a mesh laundry bag is a great option to give it a second chance. Conditioner is your friend when it comes to reviving an item: you can condition any object, not just new things.
Mixing in Accessories
Another way to add interest to your outfit is by mixing in accessories. The fitting addition can be a great way to make your outfit stand out. But this doesn't mean you have to spend a lot of money. You can find some great accessories at thrift stores or vintage shops or you can make your own pieces.
Chances are you don't have any old bandannas lying around the house. But a scrap of fabric, a strap (of course), scissors, some twine and tape can make a tremendous makeshift bandanna
Avoid Distractions with Good Jewelry Choices
The most important thing to consider when choosing jewelry is to make sure you're not going to distract yourself or others from the main theme of your outfit. You don't need a lot of jewelry to draw attention to yourself, so it's best to stick to one or two pieces. It's good to have some trinkets but remember that it doesn't have to be something expensive and over the top. Just a tiny amount that you will proudly wear will keep it fun and not too decorative.
Another thing to remember is that sometimes people wear their jewelry too tight—or even too loose—and it can ruin the effect. If you're having trouble deciding which way to wear your jewelry, it's a good idea to make a side-by-side comparison with your friends. A quick peek at the photos will help you achieve the perfect look.