How many times have you failed to repeat a piece in a short amount of time thinking others would notice? But repeating an outfit should be something normal and even chic!
Buying is not a sin – It’s expensive to have nothing to wear – Save Me! by Nathalia Arcuri
When using a piece again, you exercise creativity to produce looks and, in addition, buy only when necessary and give more value to the clothes you have.
After all, as amazing as falling in love with a piece is finding different ways to wear it to the point that no one realizes that they are repeating that piece.
That’s why we’ve listed 7 tricks on how to repeat an outfit creating different looks. See how:
A piece can even look new when we add different complements. That’s because the accessory fixes the look.
So abuse necklaces, bracelets, earrings, purse and shoes. The result is a look with different versions.
LOOKS WITH LAYERS
The third piece is a foolproof trick for a production with personality. A blouse gains two versions when worn alone or under a coat, for example.
PLAY WITH THE PIECES
You know that V-neck knitting? Have you ever thought about throwing the neckline to the back? Look at your pieces, let your imagination fly and try other ways.
In addition, the shirt also gains different possibilities of dressing. However, be aware of the occasion and choose the way that suits you best.
FOCUS ON PRINTS
You know that basic denim jacket? One day she goes with a floral outfit, but on another, an animal print blouse. As a result, attention will be focused on prints.
CLAIMANT ON THE UNIQUE PIECE
Have you ever imagined wearing a t-shirt over your dress? So it’s a look with two pieces, where the skirt of the dress continues to show. So, for the finish, finish with a belt.
In the same way, a midi skirt can go over a tube dress.
STATEMENT PIECE FOR A FASHIONIST LOOK
Statement is that powerful piece for its color, texture, volume or shape. That is, it adds value and personality to production.
So match it with that outfit you want to repeat for a more fashionable look.
Author: Tina Siqueira