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Best style tips you should try

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Jan. 26, 20 | 3:00 pm

When you’re living abroad and in a much smaller place than your home, one thing you should learn to practice is the art of minimalism or limiting the quantity—including your wardrobe.

But if you think keeping your clothes to a minimum will diminish your chances of being stylish, fret not, because with the right fashion hacks, you can still make your style an absolute head-turner!

Check out these tips you can easily apply in your fashion game:

Ditch the matching stuff
Be bold and drop the tradition of matchy-matchy clothes and just look for ways to wear colors that can just enhance each other. According to fashion experts, the best way to do this is to look at the color wheel and note that colors that are opposite each other are the ones that complement each other. In terms of accessories and jewelry, try to be simple and avoid wearing a full set. The simple, the better.

Balance the proportions
If you’re wearing a wide pants, do you think it will go well with a very loose top? It could be, but take note that not everyone can ramp up this look, so it’s best to stay on the safe side. Adding opposite volume is your best friend if you’re not sure about your style. So if you’re wearing a wide-leg trousers, opt for a fitted top to even yourself out. Also, make sure you know your body type and base your style from it.

Make your fool-proof looks your signature style
Take note of the outfits you feel most comfortable in, and create your own style based on it. Focus on clothes that work on you, and make sure it’s something you can wear long-term, not just something you talked yourself into because it’s the trend. Even if it looks unique or weird, if you rock it long enough, it will become your signature—something people would like and admire to see you in.

You can never go wrong with a classic white top
Just as every girl should have a black dress, everyone should have a white shirt or a white top—because it’s a classic that can never go wrong. It can go with jeans, skirt, shorts, and even on a jumper. It’s the easiest one to rock!

Accentuate your style with the right jewelry
Know the jewelries that flatter your face and body features, and you’ll surely create a fashion that’s classy and elegant. Earrings, for one, can do a lot for the shape of your face. Long earrings can make your face look thinner, while chunky and oversized ones can make your face look bigger. If you have a big chest, meanwhile, you should only wear a shorter necklace.

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