Tips on how to elevate your style

Tips on how to elevate your style


You can elevate your style by simply being conscious of what you wear. This means asking yourself questions like "Does this piece fit my body type?" or "Will this look good on me?" and finding out the answers before walking out the door. If you're having trouble figuring out how to make clothes work for your body type, remember that there are plenty of resources available online and in stores to help!

Find pieces that are flattering and you feel chic in.

When you find pieces that fit well and flatter your body type, they’ll feel like an extension of your body. And when they look good on you, it will be easier to put together outfits that are stylish and comfortable.

If the thought of dressing up makes you cringe because “the clothes don’t fit anymore!” or if it seems like there is nothing in your closet worth wearing, then it might be time for a wardrobe overhaul. Not only does this mean getting rid of anything that has no sparkle left (and maybe even those things that do), but also giving away what doesn’t work anymore—either because it doesn't fit or just needs updating—and investing in new pieces.

What kind of items should you be looking for? Try choosing ones that are versatile enough so they could be worn for multiple occasions: a little black dress would be perfect here! Also remember to choose clothes based on how much personality each item has; if every piece in your outfit looks exactly the same as all the others, then chances are high people won't notice them at all!

Make a plan to fill in any holes in your wardrobe.

Once you’ve identified the areas that need work, it’s time to make a plan. The first step is to look at your wardrobe and see what you need in order to fill in any holes. If you don’t have a particular item, it may be time to buy it—and don't worry too much about buying something that doesn't match perfectly or spending too much money. The key is not fretting over every little detail; instead, focus on making your wardrobe more cohesive overall by adding pieces that build upon each other's strengths and weaknesses:

Be inspired by fashion icons such as Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O.

Fashion icons have always been the go-to source for style inspiration. You can use the fashion choices of Audrey Hepburn, Jackie O., and more to help elevate your own look. Here are a few tips for getting inspired by them:

  • Know what works for you. When it comes to fashion icons, each woman's style is different. One thing that they all have in common is that they know what works for them—and what doesn't work at all! If an item doesn't fit your body type or personality well enough, don't put it in your closet just because someone else liked it enough to wear on the red carpet once or twice. Save yourself some time by only buying things that suit you best while still staying true to who you are as a person (and not just another copycat).
  • Don't try too hard when incorporating new items into your wardrobe; focus instead on personal touches like jewelry or accessories that reflect who YOU are as an individual rather than trying desperately not to be like anyone else (even if other people might say differently). This way when people say "you look so much better than last time we saw each other!" then this will mean something because it came directly from YOU!

Keep up on current trends and use them to inspire your own looks.

  • Be inspired by fashion icons such as Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O.
  • Keep up on current trends and use them to inspire your own looks.
  • Use fashion magazines and blogs to keep up with what's new. Look for inspiration in the things you already have (e.g., a pair of shoes or a bag).

Get creative with the accessories you already have.

  • Scarves
  • Belts
  • Hats and sunglasses

Wear a structured bag or shoes to make your outfit more polished.

If you want to elevate your look, the first thing to do is pick a structured bag or shoe. A structured bag will give you a defined waistline and draw attention to your figure. A structured shoe can do the same thing for your legs and feet, making them look longer and more slender.

If you don’t have a structured bag or shoe, it’s easy to fake it! Just throw on an oversized scarf that has some weight to it around your neck or waist (think bold prints like paisley). This will give the illusion of a defined waistline while also adding some color and personality to an otherwise basic outfit.

Elevating your style is much easier than you think!

Elevating your style is much easier than you think! To help you achieve a more elevated look, here are some tips:

  • Be open to new ideas. Don't be afraid to try something new or different—you'll be surprised at how far this can take you in terms of style.
  • Experiment with your style. Try out new styles that you've never tried before and see what works for your body type, coloring and personality.
  • Confidence is key! You don't have to dress like the most stylish person on the planet in order to feel good about yourself. Just be confident in who you are and what makes YOU unique!


It’s time to stop settling for basics and invest in your own personal style. We hope these tips have given you some ideas on how to elevate your look and feel confident about it. Remember that it doesn’t take much; just try different things until something works for you! If you need any help on styling and elevating your fashion sense, hit me up on my Facebook page, Selvaggio Style Boutique or VIP group, Selvaggio Style™ and let’s talk!

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