New Wardrobe. New You.
Sometimes in life, you just gotta throw out your wardrobe and replace it with things that look nice and fit better. You know what we mean? We’ve all been there. It’s actually crazy that our wardrobes somehow get filled with make-do garments in the first place. But there you have it. We all have to rush to find and buy outfits from time to time, and they tend to build up and build up until all we have available are things we wouldn’t have bought if we had any other choice.
Let’s look at some ways to spruce up your wardrobe without breaking the bank, starting with something personal and fun…
Did somebody say lingerie?
If you haven’t bought lingerie in a while, you’re basically saying you haven’t treated yourself in a while. Check out https://www.natori.com/ for inspiration. There’s no limit on the fun you can have with lingerie. From full outfits to small extras, it’s all designed to help you accentuate the parts of your body you love.
Why not throw caution to the wind and start a new collection of lingerie today? Your wardrobe is probably filled with safe and dull outfits for work or forgettable weekends, with maybe the odd item that you consider your risqué number. Let’s not fool ourselves. If you want the best, you have to go for it hook line and sinker. And that means lingerie.
While your confidence is on a high from browsing lingerie, why not consider…
Fitted smart wear (a little pricey perhaps, but life-changing)
You may not work in an office. You may not have much need for an outfit that hugs your figure and shows off your personal style with attitude. But buy one anyway.
There’s no telling when you will need the sort of smart attire that will mean the difference between arriving in a cobbled-together mismatched mess of an outfit and arriving like your mean business. We’re talking the full works. Shoes. Skirt or pants. Blouse. Jacket.
If you’re getting by with a tired old pants suit that didn’t look good when you bought it out of necessity eight years ago and still doesn’t look anywhere near good now, it’s time to sort things out. The interview for your perfect job could land tomorrow – looking your best tomorrow is only quick and easy if you put in the hours and hard work now!
Sitting on the sofa comes with a dress code. You may not think it does. But it does. Not convinced? OK. Would you sit on the sofa in your jeans at night while binging your favourite TV shows? No. You wouldn’t. How about a coat and woolly hat, or just your underwear? Maybe, but it’d be a bit odd.
Sitting around is more fun when you’re dressed for the part. Our final tip in the ‘new wardrobe, new you’ advice is to pay attention to your wind-down time. Buy the colours you love in a comfortable size and lounge around like you’ve earned it. Anything else just isn’t treating yourself with the respect you deserve.