Look High Fashion

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Tired of that grungy, plain T-Shirt and jeans look? Jealous of all your friends that always look like they've just walked off a magazine? Want to be the fashion idol of all your friends and family? Good news -- it's not too hard. You don't even have to break the bank to get that high-fashion look. All you need is some determination...

Take care of your body. Although we don't love to admit it, having a decent figure makes high fashion clothing look extremely sexy. Eat right(fruits and vegetables) and drink 8 glasses of water a day. Water clears out your complexion and balances your body. If you are bigger, a fashionable wardrobe can still look stunning. Just make sure that you buy flattering clothes in cuts that emphasize your beauty, not your weight.Wear good, quality make-up. With makeup, it is all about quality, not quantity. The key to looking high fashion is not only having nice clothes, but a great face! Wear a subtle bronzer in the summer, and a moisturizer that will make your skin glow in the winter. Find out what colors go with your skin tone and eye color. Remember: try to empasize one feature at a time. If you are wearing a bold lip color, try to keep the rest of your makeup modest, and if you have bold eye shadow or liner, keep the rest modest too.

Add jewelery if you are looking to plain. The difference between a T-Shirt and jeans without and with a necklace is huge! Depending on the trend this rule will vary but for the most consistent "High-Fashion" go with more classic stlyes (pearls, gold, silver) and avoid too many plastic, enamel, or wooden accesories.Pick your trends wisely. No matter what the new fashion is you should be very selective on what trends to follow. No true Style Maven attacks every trend that trapes down the runway. You should own quality (which does not always mean designer) Jeans, and cotton shirts. Because we tend to buy accesories less often than clothing this may be where you should invest in your "statement" or designer peices.Heels should be reserved for outings and gatherings. One who wears heels to the grocer, dry cleaner, or other similar environments will be deemed as "trashy" or from a lower socio-econimic status. Shy away from running sneakers (although you should own a decent pair)for a more casual shoe consider a flat, loafer, or slide, and for summer a stylish espadrill leather sandal or flat. Be confident. No matter what label your clothing is, exude the confidence that you deserve. Wear the garment, don't let the garment wear you!

I encourage shopping at any store that fancies you. For more high end pieces consider consignment or authorized discount vendors. When Shopping High Fashion, Keep It Clean. Things such as fluro and plaid, which are in style at the moment, should not be the first thing you reach for. Go to the more sleek items. Stay away from prints, as prints will go out of fashion quickly


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