How to Look Expensive Regardless of Your Budget
Every well-dressed person will tell you that getting your staple clothing items tailored can make a world of a difference in your wardrobe.
Tip 1: Tailor Everything
To avoid looking like you just rolled out of bed, Diaz recommends steaming everything before you leave your house for a wrinkle-free, polished look.
Tip 2: Steam or Press
Closet staples are the items in your closet that create a strong foundation for your statement pieces (more on those later).
Tip 3: Choose Quality Staples
One of the easiest ways to add extra spice to an outfit is with tonal or monochrome pieces.
Tip 4: Monochrome It Out
Amanda Greyson, styling director at Free People, believes blazers are the surefire way at elevating even the simplest of outfits.
Tip 5: Add a Blazer
If you are stuck on how to make your clothing look expensive, why not start with your accessories
Tip 6: Elevated Accessories
The best part about button downs is their versatility. “You can dress them up or down, layer them over a graphic tee, or under a sweater or leather jacket.
Tip 7: Button Downs
They cost a lot more than your basics or staples, but the benefit you get out of them could last you a lifetime.
Tip 8: Invest in Statement Pieces
Stunning Examples of Feed-In Braids