What’s in your closet? If you’re not sure, first cheat by getting fashion tips from “Up the Way Magazine!” Our online Fashion tips are sure to make you shine! At UTWM, you will maximize your wardrobe and minimize your cost!Start by getting rid of clothing you don’t wear. If you haven’t worn a garment in over a year, more than likely you won’t. Toss it out! If you dig around and find things that is no longer stylish, non-flattering, too small, too big, out-of-style or just plain old “BLAH” clothing it’s time to toss them out! Give them out! Give birth and make space for styles that make you look “AHH!” Remember, mixing and matching
great pieces that you already have (that fit) will help you minimize your cost. After you’ve gotten rid of the closet “BLAHS,” but are still unsure of what to wear, grab pieces from your wardrobe that are plain, fit comfortable, stylish that will blend with bold colors and prints! Flatter your own look and personality with style and pizzazz! When you select plain colors, be sure to snazzy it up with bold accessories, such as eye-catching hoop earrings, a breath taking necklace, irresistible bangle bracelet, simple chain belt or a thick-waist belt to give your mid-section a thinner look, and all eyes will be on you!
If you desire a more conservative look of “AHH,” especially on a busy work-day, a power-meeting, or a job interview, choose a basic black dress, skirt or black suit with small silver accessories, and wear a low-heel dress shoe or flat for comfort all day. If you want to play after work at your local “Happy Hour” take a pair of black pumps and party the night away!
When you choose tan or brown, be careful because sometimes those colors can clash with your skin tone. So, turn those “BLAHS” into “AHHS” with gold accessories to liven things up! You will be the talk of the town, but tell them you got your STYLE from upthewaymagazine.com!
Cotton Tip of the day: Silver accessories look great with black, navy blue, and white. Gold accessories look great with tan, brown, and orange.
By: Sherrie Cotton