Want to make your clothes look more expensive without a huge strain on your wallet? Look no further! Here’s a quick and easy guide to expensive styling on a budget:
Befriend the belt.
Like buttons, belts are also an indicator of the price tag of an piece of clothing. But luckily, belts are another item that can be changed easily. For example, remove the belt that came with a dress and add your own for your own personal touch. Not only will the dress look nicer, but it will also reflect more of your own style.
Invest in a steamer.
A crisp, wrinkle-free shirt will look higher quality than the same shirt with wrinkles. You’ll look more professional and put together in the matter of minutes by steaming your clothing. Its an easy and frugal way to polish your look without breaking your budget.
Sometimes the most stylish and budget friendly looks are not so intricate. Simple basics won’t break the bank, but will keep you looking chic. Best of all, you can wear more simple clothing in many different ways and the opportunities are endless for accessorizing.
A tell tale sign of a cheap item of clothing are its buttons. Instead of sticking with the provided cheap, plastic buttons, find nicer ones that fit in your budget. Not only will you be able to personalize your clothing, but you can also practice your sewing skills.
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