How to Revamp Your Personal Fashion Style?

Have Fun and Create Individual Styles

You are unique and the clothes you love to wear have your name written all over them! Your favorite clothes are your personal style, and you wear your clothes, because you like the way they make you look and feel, for sure!

After some time, you may become tired of wearing the same clothes and colors over and over again. You, perhaps, want to create an individual clothing style that is fresh, new, and makes you smile all over once more!


You can create a new look by cutting the sleeves of your old blouses.
You can create a new look by cutting the sleeves of your old blouses. | Source

Start with Your Jewelry

The first place to start is with your dress accessories! Look through your jewelry case, shoes, pocketbooks, scarves and belts. See how you can create fresh styles by recombining the things you already have, before shopping for new clothes. Perhaps, you never thought of wearing an old colorful belt with your darling solid color dress. Alternatively, perchance you can wear an offbeat piece of jewelry to accentuate a particular outfit to make it look trendy.


Cut Your Long Dresses

You can even alter a cocktail dress to a new look and feel, by elongating or shortening its hem.

The next intelligent thing to do to revamp your wardrobe is to take an inventory of your clothes. See if you can mend or alter any of them to create a new look. You can cut older pants at, or below the knee to create stylish culottes, and cut a long dress at the knee to create a fabulous cocktail dress. You’ll get even more wear with your revamped dresses, since you’ll have more opportunities to wear them. It's not every day you're invited to a ball, so why not let your imagination run wild!


Replace Coat and Dress Buttons

You can wonderfully make over your tops and coats, by simply replacing its buttons with brighter and softer ones. You can sew ribbon braids on your cuffs and collars, to create a brand-new look.

Clean collars of shirts by gently scrubbing them with liquid hair shampoo and warm water, afterwards line dry. Make your cashmere pieces, and wool sweaters look modern by snipping the snags with a pair of nail cutters. After that, hand wash and line them dry once again. Cut your old sleeves at the elbow to create a brand-new blouse.


Dye Your Wedding Dress and Shoes

Cut your aged jeans to craft a great pair of shorts with raw edges, or remove the stitches at the seams, and sew it into a fabulous Jean skirt. Remove the pockets of a loose trouser and skirt, and stitch them together to form a tailored piece that fits you flawlessly.

Lengthen your skirts and short dresses with an attractive piece of lace, you can stitch to elongate. Wearing colorful slips is a neat way to revamp your see-through blouses and dresses with vibrant camouflaged colors.

You can dye your wedding dress to create a whole new dress, and if you’d prefer a shorter dress, don’t be afraid of snipping it. You’ll feel honored you could still fit into your wedding dress after many years of storing it.

You can also dye your old shoes made of satin material with newer colors to match your older outfits. You can in addition add attractive buckles to your leather shoes to create a new flare.


Tips to Revamp Older Styles

Once you comb through your wardrobe and revamp older styles into trendy looks, you’ll feel like you've just inherited an innovative closet full of grand clothes. For sure, they'll fit you wonderfully, because they're your favorite clothes!

Now, what do you believe are the five most important pieces of clothes you must own to dress up your personal style some more?

  1. Black Suit and Black Pant
  2. Black Dress and Black Pencil Skirt
  3. Natural Colored Suit
  4. White Blouse
  5. Cashmere Sweater


Every Wardrobe Needs a Natural Colored Suit!

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Funom Makama 3 4 years ago from Europe

wooow, definitely awesome and engaging, nice share.

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