Maybe I'm more of a practical, every day fashionista. Like, I am not going to wear high heels to the grocery store. I'm going to wear something flat and comfortable. It could also be because I stay at home. When I worked in an office, I dressed up pretty much every day (high heels included).
But I digress. The point is that I do know a thing or two about shopping and I think I have some knowledge of what it takes to make an outfit.
So I will impart my priceless wisdom to you.
Style Tip #1: ACCESSORIZE
You would be surprised how simply adding accessories to an outfit can make it seem more dressed up. A t-shirt and jeans can be made "fashionable" by adding a scarf and earrings or a chunky bracelet. It's really the most basic, simple rule to make everyone think that you've put some effort in without really putting a lot of effort in.
For example, take a simple, plain, white t-shirt and jeans... it can be dressed up or dressed down. And no one ever has to know you didn't do laundry!
Rebecca Taylor vneck t shirt / American Eagle Outfitters jeans / Nine West flat heel boots / Dorothy Perkins concealed platform pumps / Old Navy scrunch flat / Coach black stainless steel jewelry / Kate Spade statement earrings / Kendra Scott tiger eye jewelry / Lauren Ralph Lauren long beaded earrings / Kate Spade square stud earrings / Layered necklace / Crystal chandelier earrings / Blue stone jewellery / H M bracelet, $9.64 / Witchery scarve, $38 / Scarve / Tribal print scarve / H M scarve, $11