Clothes are the one thing you absolutely cannot go out without. We all wear it, but some are better in combining and pulling off certain outfits than others. If you are the type of a person who gets confused when you need to dress up for a special occasion, you will find the tips in this article useful, no matter what age you are. These are simple tips that don’t require much of your time or effort, but will do wonders for your outfit, and the way you feel about your look.
1. Make your own bra strap concealer.
Having your bra straps show when you go out can seem tasteless and even make you look cheap. But don’t despair, this problem is relatively easy to fix. Solving it requires a little sewing, but it shouldn’t be hard, and you will look and feel so much better when you know that your bra straps are hidden behind the straps of your shirt or dress.
The process of making these concealers involves press studs and small pieces of fabric. You can buy press studs in a haberdashery shop for a very small amount of money. As for small pieces of fabric, you can cut them from an old piece of clothing that you don’t need anymore and use it for something better than just standing in the closet and collecting dust. You can find detailed instructions on how to simply make bra strap concealers on this link.
2. Wear another layer between your shirt and sweater.
Wearing a sweater over your shirt seems to have been a trend for as long as we can remember. But if we don’t know how to wear these two items together the right way, we may end up looking a little bigger than we really are and the part where your stomach is may look frumpy. Well, lucky for us, there is a solution.
By wearing a tank top below your sweater and over your button-up shirt you may acquire a more polished and modern look and as a plus – you will look skinnier since there will be no frumpy materials making you look chunky. This top will straighten the shirt and prevent it from wrinkling under your sweater, and it will also hide the buttons. Layering shirts may have been a problem for you until now, but this can really make your dressing routine easier and stress free.