Let's be real here— what you wear is important. Your clothes make a big impression, whether you mean for them to or not.
Here are some fashion tips you can use to make yourself look great.
Top off your look with a stylish hat.
There was a time when women and men wore hats on a daily basis. Now, it seems the only time people will don a hat is to protect themselves from the sun or for a themed party. However, a well-styled hat can be the very thing to elevate your outfit to the next level.
Style your scent.
You might think it a strange suggestion to find a scent to match your style— after all, what does smell have to do with fashion? Well, technically you do wear the scent on your body, right?
When shopping for a new cologne or perfume, make sure to try a sample from the store first. You'll want to spray the scent on you directly, then smell it to see how it interacts with your natural pheromones. (Did you know that perfumes smell different on every person that wears them?) Even if you smelled a particular perfume that you liked on someone else, it doesn't guarantee that it'll smell the same on you.
Get the fit you love in more than one color.
If you like a shirt or skirt think about getting it in more than one color. Because clothes come in so many varying cuts and styles, you're likely find it difficult to find clothes that fit well for your body type. When you do just get more than one so that you can feel great more often.
Buy the mom jeans, already.
Mom jeans are what are on-trend now. These kinds of jeans fit loose on your legs, but should fit a little snugger around your waist for a more flattering shape. Mom jeans don't have to be just for a casual look— they are versatile and can be worn for many occasions, depending on how you style them.
Dress for yourself.
The most important rule of fashion is to dress for yourself. Sure, once in a while you want to dress to impress a certain special someone or your friends, but it's important to remember that you should always wear clothes that you're comfortable with and make you happy. That can mean not always wearing the most trendy clothes if they don't fit your personal sense of style or shopping for unique pieces you can only find in thrift stores. Whatever you do, do it for you.