There’s nothing wrong with being stylish and trendy. In fact, it can be quite fun! Staying up-to-date on the latest styles and fads is a great way to stay ahead of the curve and look super cool. There are a variety of ways to follow the latest trends. Here are a few of Limor’s favorites.
Let’s remember that we are all imperfect human beings with imperfect bodies. Nobody is perfect. None of us!
I think it’s important to be our own best friend as we’re creating new outfits and working on our fashion sense. Learning to wear clothes that flatter our body types rather than hide them is a good place to start.
Stay curious and gentle as you experiment with different proportions, colors, and pieces of clothing—wear what makes you feel good!
It’s raining, so why not use this opportunity to go through your belongings and get rid of anything you don’t need? This will help you resist the temptation of buying things you don’t really need, just because they’re on sale.
Knowing what gaps exist in your wardrobe will also help you make better decisions when you do see something you love on sale.
We have all heard the term but do we really know what it is?
A capsule wardrobe consists of your most essential clothing items that can be used as the foundation for your entire closet.
You can create entire looks with just the capsule wardrobe, and you can also layer capsule pieces with seasonal pieces and trendy, fast-fashion items.
Making the most of your shopping trips can mean the difference between a closet full of clothes you never wear and a wardrobe you love.
Learning how to shop for exactly what you want will help you make better use of your time and money.
When your wardrobe consists of pieces that you love, putting together an outfit will become second nature.
Don’t try to hide your body under clothes that are too big or baggy.
Instead, find a good tailor who can help you create a capsule wardrobe that fits you well.
With tailored clothing, you’ll not only look more polished, but you’ll also feel more comfortable. Pants that drag on the ground and dresses that bunch up awkwardly won’t make you feel stylish.