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If you’re a fashion lover, you probably know all of the latest trends and plenty of fashion tips to go with them. However, some tips come and go with the seasons; only relevant when a certain trend comes back around. The following 8 tips are things you can live by forever, making them some of the most valuable fashion tips you could hope for. Enjoy!

[highlight color=”pink”] 1. Never Show off Too Much Skin [/highlight] You must leave something to the imagination. Women who get their legs out in a tiny dress as well as their huge cleavage look a little trashy – sorry to say it. Everybody has their own personal style, but wouldn’t you like to leave something to the imagination? It’s much better to show off one asset than all of them at the same time.

[highlight color=”purple”] 2. Focus on Style, Not on Fashion [/highlight]  Fashion comes and goes, but style is forever. Focus on styling your outfits how you like them, and not how fashion dictates you should. If everybody had their own signature style, the world would be a better place.

[highlight color=”pink”] 3. Ditch Trends if They’re not ‘You’ [/highlight]  If a trend isn’t you, just ditch it. Don’t think that to be on point you must rock every single trend that pops up in a fashion magazine. Yellow coats are in but yellow makes you look washed out? Don’t go there! Don’t be a sheep and only follow trends that you really like.

[highlight color=”purple”] 4. Don’t be a Copycat [/highlight]  Seriously, nobody likes a copycat. Take inspiration from people whose style you admire, but make sure you add your own individual personality to the look. Styling is an opportunity to express yourself, so make sure you’re expressing you and nobody else.

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[highlight color=”pink”] 5. Accessorize [/highlight]  You’re wearing a lovely outfit, but is something missing? Accessorising doesn’t have to take ages or be a chore. Necklaces, rings, and bracelets can make or break a look. You can also add scarves, waist belts, bags, etc. The more texture and interest you can add to an outfit, the better it will look.

[highlight color=”purple”] 6. Get Some Colour in Your Life [/highlight]  If you’re a neutral/black and white kind of girl, get some colour in your life! Sticking to the same colours all your life is boring, and you’ll look like a one trick pony. Wearing something bright and bold can be invigorating; whether you choose Islamic clothing, a jacket, or some patterned trousers!

[highlight color=”pink”] 7. Spend a Little More, Save More [/highlight]   If you spend a little more on your garments, rather than spending your money on throwaway fashion, you’ll save more in the long run. This is because quality garments will last much longer, meaning you don’t need to replace them. This is another reason you should only buy clothes you love; you’ll spend the money on high quality items, and eventually you’ll have a capsule wardrobe. No looking in your wardrobe and saying you have nothing to wear!

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[highlight color=”purple”] 8. Embrace Your Shape [/highlight]   Embrace the body shape you were born with. Some thin girls wish they were hourglasses, while hourglasses often wish they were thin. You can’t change it, so embrace it and love yourself for who you are.

Use these tips and thank me later! 🙂

 

Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.