Without a big budget, upgrading your fashion style may seem hard to achieve. I mean, let’s get real, your wardrobes need a change and some clothes are pretty expensive. Not to mention, your favorite jeans and shoes need replacing too which can make this scenario more overwhelming.
However, this should not be an issue since I’ve gathered down below some tips and tricks on how you can easily upgrade your fashion without spending too much time and money. These are practical ways that’ll give you an amazing look without compromising your wallet. So check them out and let me know what you think!
DIY Your Clothes
Whether you’re a creative person or not, there are always plenty of DIY clothing ideas that you can try. You can customize your own clothing depending on your likes and make it unique from others. You’ll save so much money by simply making and upgrading your own clothes. And the best part? People will ask you where you got your top, but you can tell them you did it yourself!
Add Some Accessories
One of the easiest and simplest way to upgrade your look completely is by adding some accessories. A simple hat, a belt, a bowtie, socks, or a scarf, can seriously change the look of an outfit. A little bit of accessorizing can go a long way when it comes to upgrading your style.
Shop at Different Stores
If you start to notice that almost everything in your closet came from the same stores, why not make a difference and try to shop at other places you don’t normally visit. You can find a lot of awesome styles where your personality will fit and discover more clothing options. Walk through your local mall or shopping district and get some great ideas. It’ll freshen your wardrobe and instantly upgrade your style.
Make One Change
Usually, when you are too used too and comfortable with your outfit choices, you tend to simply focus on it and forget to think out of the box. But did you know that by simply changing one thing about your style can make it seem new and look more amazing? Consider experimenting with your clothes and learn to mix and match.
If you usually wear jeans and a belt all the time, then try to change up your belt. Even small or subtle changes can make it feel as if you are wearing something new. Just adding a few new pieces to your current wardrobe can do a lot.
Invest in Some Staples
Leather jackets, denim, hoodies, and jeans are just some of the clothing staples that you need to invest in. You use them most of the time and they will never go out of style. So have an eye for a good quality and comfortable staples and you’ll save so much money.
Make Old Clothes New
During your free time, do yourself a little favor and sort out the clothes in your closet. Get the old clothes that still fit you and try to upcycle them. If you find an old denim jacket, why not add some patches or sew some beads or lace. It’ll make them look new and more fashionable. You’ll wallet will also thank you after.
Get Items with Multi-Seasonal Versatility
If you live in an area where the change in weather is drastic, then you’ll find this tip totally helpful. Instead of investing in some fancy single-use items, consider getting items that have versatility. Let say, for example, a new leather jacket is much better than a furry coat that you’ll only wear once or twice because the fabric loses its stretch when you washed it.
These jackets are perfect for spring and fall but can be worn as a layer in winter or as a cool night cover-up in the summer.
Shop at Vintage or Thrift Stores
Lastly, If you’re really on a budget, consider visiting some vintage or thrift stores. You’ll find a lot of affordable items that look super cute. From designer bags to shoes to all kinds of clothes, your wardrobe will have an amazing upgrade. And the good thing is that they all come super cheap.
Now if you have any questions, let me know in the comments down below or email me! I’d love to help you out!