There are a million ways to dress up your outfit and accessorizing is just one of them. The best part is that it doesn’t take a fortune to pick up a few key pieces to spice up your ensemble.
One way is to shop around for the right items. For example, you might be able to get a few new pairs of shoes for a fraction of the cost of your current wardrobe. Likewise, you could swap some of your clothes out for the latest and greatest in e-reader worthy fashion.
In the spirit of good practice, you might want to consider swapping with a few friends. This will keep your closet clutter free and save you a ton of money on dry cleaning. You can also use your newfound savings to splurge on some of the aforementioned luxe items.
Of course, there are some things you should leave to the professionals. For example, you should never buy a dress that you can’t actually fasten the buttons on. Also, the cheapest place to shop for your next dress is likely to be your local thrift store. To make the process a bit more streamlined, you could try the following: (1) buy a dress in a color that isn’t too hot, (2) choose a coordinating top to go with the dress, and (3) opt for a dress with a higher sleeve length. Once you have your new wardrobe in order, you might be able to take in a few rays.