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The author gives some interesting and fun tips to make your wardrobe interesting and chic. Do read for some quick fashion tips!
I often find myself struggling to decide what to wear when I have to attend a party right after work. Carrying the right attire to wear, right after a tiring day at work, can be so cumbersome.
There are definitely multiple options available on the internet to choose from but, I seldom don’t have the time to look at those options and imitate.
Recently, a few days before such an occasion I decided to put Alexa to use and thankfully it solved my problem.
There are a few wardrobe essentials I am going to list out that one should invest in. You can stack any one of these at your place of work or put it in your bag or your car.
A blazer can be a great piece of clothing for your work meetings or your after work parties. Accessorizing your attire is another option too.
You can pair your blazer over a pair of denim shorts, over a dress or you can wear it over a maxi too.
Team it with stilettos or heels, add some jewelry and voila, you will look as dashing as ever.
Men too can play along with different patterns and colors of blazers. You can roll up your blazer sleeves, wear a floral print or a checkered one for a more casual look. Solid colors look great for work.
A great YouTube video I stumbled upon would help you to style your blazers. Have a look:
A long dress is always a great option for almost anything. A formal look with a solid color jacket, an informal look with some added accessories. A traditional look with some ethnic looking stole, a casual look if you pair it with sneakers or a simple beach look if you put on your flip-flops.
Check these links out:
Styling a maxi dress
Many ways to style one maxi dress.
Now, these are my personal favorite. You can team them up with almost anything. Pair them with a tee, a jacket, a blazer, a kurta or a tank top. Basically they go with everything.They come in various styles and designs. Pick your favorite one, team it with a tank top and a blazer for work and shed the blazer and add in some neck accessory for an after work party.
You need to have a pair of black heels, because black goes with everything. You need to have a pair of white sneakers because white is sporty and chic. A long neck piece and a few earrings should be in your box of accessories as well.
‘Mix and match’ is the rule and you will be amazed at how a little thinking can change your mundane outfits to really fab ones.
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