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Fashion is one of those things that as women we are sort of conditioned into mastering from our teenage years. However, not all of us have the knowhow or the interest in fashion which can leave us feeling as if all we ever wear is jeans and tshirts. However there are a few ways which you can pretend you are a fashionista and overhaul your style a little this year, and here are some of our top hacks.
Finding the right bra
Before you do anything else win your clothing you need to make sure that you get the basics right, and choosing the right bra for you and your body type is crucial for a great look. Think about looking at panache by Lingerie Outlet and seeing the different styles of bra they have on offer. You could choose a plunger bra if you are more well endowed, a balcony bra for a smaller rack and think about push up and lace numbers for a fancy flair. Have fun choosing great bras because they can make a big different to how your outfits look.
Turning a vest into a crop top
If you have an old vest lying around with basic straps or spaghetti straps, you might be getting a little bit bored of wearing it all the time and looking the same in every photo you take. One fun thing you can do to update your wardrobe is to make a vest top into a crop top. All you need to do is cut the best top at the front vertically until it splits apart like a cardigan. You can then wrap the pieces around your body and tie them at the back for a stunning fashion piece!
Using a vest as a skirt
If you seem to have more vest tops than anything else in your wardrobe you can make the most of things and use your vest top as a pencil skirt. All you have to do is put your best top on your hips tuck in the sleeve and you have a sexy body in skirt to wear underneath cute camis and blouses!
Hiding bra straps under a top
When you have chosen your perfect outfit for the day and you are about to go out, there is nothing more frustrating than seeing your bra straps poking out from underneath your tops. One of the things you can do to make sure that this doesn’t happen is to use either a curtain hook or a large safety pin to hold the straps together in the middle of your back. This means that when you put your clothes on you won’t be able to see the straps and you can go off and enjoy your outfit for the day.
Fixing ripped jeans with bright patches
One of the more annoying things you will notice with your family and some of your friends even when you wear ripped jeans is the infamous ‘I think you need a new pair of jeans there!’
Anyway, if you genuinely do rip a hole in your jeans and you intend to fix it, you can make the process a bit more fun for yourself by using a patch which is brightly coloured or patterned. For example it could be yellow and white stripes which you patch underneath the rip and this can bring a fun element of light and colour to your clothes.