Double your wardrobe possibilities without spending a dollar.
If you wear your denim jacket like you order coffee (the same, every day) then make this switch: belt your denim topper and then shrug off one shoulder. The belt will help the jacket stay in place, so it’s not as finicky of a look as you think.
Okay, so this trick might actually cost you a dollar. Buy some grosgrain or satin ribbon to swap out the laces of your fall booties. A renewed spring in your step is practically guaranteed.
Hey, since you’re at the ribbon store, pick up a thin velvet option too. It will totally transform your blouses.
Shopping your closet is all about pairing unlikely pieces. Case in point? A denim vest with a floaty dress.
Now for your next trick, try tucking a lightweight blazer into a skirt. Finish the look with a jazzy belt to keep things neat.
The spring runways were all about contrast. Mimic the look by wearing a ruffled dress with mom jeans. In fact, you should make jeans the answer to all of your under-worn pieces.
Chances are, you already own the three pieces that make up this look. Upgrade a classic white button-down by wearing it open over a turtleneck and tuck the hems into a high-waisted pencil skirt. Add some flashy boots for next-level outfit mixology.
Making the most of the clothes you already own requires some sneaky layering. Wearing a belted sweatshirt over a shirtdress (or button-down) with jeans is actually groundbreaking, non?
The addition of a small cross-body bag will make last year’s winter coat feel new again, trust.
The lesson here is to add a pair of fishnet socks. But, in the sprit of not spending any money, you can swap in any pair that’s suitably flashy.
Little did you know, that shirtdress you bought on a whim last season has the potential to be the hardest-working piece in your closet. Try wearing it partially unbuttoned over a dark-wash jean.