How to get a good look?
It seems to me as though the titles speaks for itself, but let’s make a brief presentation of the article. How much does a good look cost? First of all, it is not a question of dollars. You could spend 1,500$ on an outfit that may make you look like a clown, or still go unnoticed.
A good look could be the fact of going out looking like a replica of a Gucci or Givenchy model, but you should understand that fashion shows are often there to present a great number of outfits. You could also get a makeover going anywhere from 0 to 2,000 $for an outfit.
Small reflection tracks: how does the harmony come with it? How does the spirit rise? How do we get an athletic body? Only one answer to those questions, repeated three times: experience, experience and experience. Unlike what most people think, experience does not come by doing a maximum of things, but experience is acting efficiently, after having thought responsibly about what you want.
How many of you take time to sit and think, or to really look around magazines or websites that deal with fashion? It’s up to you to create your fashion sense so that it can look like your second skin. So take a look, sit back and analyze.
How do you manage the evolution of your style?
Let’s start by a short anecdote. When I started searching for my style, to say the truth, to search myself, I bought dozens of clothes at Jules and Celio. I bought without looking, and I didn’t really take time to think about what I was wearing because everything in those stores looked really cool.
This is how I ended up spending 300 $ in one afternoon, for two really average pairs of jeans, two horrible jackets, and 4 color-empty polos, either too rigid or too soft with time. One year later, I did not wear any of what I had bought. This article would have come in handy. I won’t hide the fact that you will spend money in acquiring your style, but usually not more than what you would be willing to invest.
How? By following two rules:
The first rule: be patient.
Don’t rush to a store with the idea of buying something just because you went to the store. You may have to return to the store as often as ten times, and you don’t have to buy anything.
So get rid of the illusion that you have to purchase things, even though many elements are present that may force you to buy things (polite salesman, sales, clearing stock surplus, company going out of business of other inventions), all this is just marketing.
Second of all: buy smart.
Well you have learned not to submit yourself to the laws of marketing, which is a good thing. It’s sad to say this, but this is an infallible logic: the best outfits are made by the greatest fashion designers. However, you should know how to make the difference between quality and marketing. Indeed, I have seen brand jeans that were really horrible (badly sized, floating cut, cheap aspects…). The same way, it is not because a big brand outfit is really cheap for any reason they may give (sales, private sale etc.) that it means you’ve made a great deal. You should know how to recognize something which is of great quality.