Most people will not have a lot of money to spend on clothing. However, this does not mean that your wardrobe should look shabby or boring. Here are some inexpensive tips that will give your clothing a facelift.
Replace your buttons – Low priced coats or blazers can look cheap when they have plastic buttons. Change your plastic buttons to more upscale coat buttons to make your coat look more expensive.
Keep it simple – High street bags and jewelry look more expensive if they are simple. Choose ones with less embellishment and those in block colors.
Choose faux suede than faux leather – If you want to add a bit of luxury, choose a pair of faux suede pumps. They will look more expensive than a pair of faux leather pumps and will be a lot cheaper.
Use an iron or a steamer – Wrinkles can make clothes look less expensive and old. Always iron or steam your clothes before wearing them.
Purchase a slip – Inexpensive clothing is usually not lined. To avoid any wardrobe malfunctions, invest in a good slip in neutral shades like nude, black and off white.
Keep fabrics in mind – Choose tweed, cotton, and linen as they always look expensive.
Fabric shaver – A fabric shaver will make all your knits, look brand new.
Get it in black – Darker shades will hide stitching mistakes, which are telltale signs of budget pieces.