We're all guilty of making impetuous wardrobe decisions, from hanging on to outdated clothes that never get worn to panic-buying items that won't be worn more than once. There have been several changes in our attitude to fashion this year, whether you've been living in your loungewear or have done more internet shopping than ever before.
It doesn't have to be that way, though. Yes, for everyone, these past few years have been a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence. Much of our lives have altered dramatically, from where we work and how we relax to who we can see and what we're allowed to do. However, having more time at home has given us the opportunity to assess what we actually need in our wardrobes. The start of summer is the ideal time to figure out what should go.
Making tiny shifts in how you approach your style could elevate the way you feel overall. In that note, here are a few easy ways for you to liven up your look that is guaranteed to boost your mood!
Using more or less layers allows for flexible clothing to match the needs of each situation. Especially in this transitional season that most countries haven’t had perfect weather, it could help you get over occasional rains or stinging hot weather. Layer a pressed shirt underneath or overlay using a jacket; it’s your call.
Utilise modern, daring cutouts
Covering up or not, that’s the basic theory. But what if you want to feel both at once? Opt for cut outs! Nowadays, a lot of tops are bare on top but still have sleeves. Dresses are also a part of this trend through the timeless triangular bares up front. They'll add a refreshingly modern touch to any summer (or winter) outfit.
Uniformity is the key
Don't be afraid to use your understanding of what works for you. All of the world's most stylish women have their own pattern and personal favorites. They keep it simple, they know what looks good on them, and they stick to it while shopping for new things.
Last but not least, control
Instead of going back to the same situation like every few months, think of it as a continuous and ongoing process. Allowing yourself to buy one very good piece per month rather than four big shopping sprees a year would almost certainly result in significantly more thoughtful purchases and a far more attractive wardrobe.