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The 50 Best Fashion Tips of All Time I Tattoodeepink.com

The best fashion advice ever and how to use it in practice:

1. Balance ratio.2. Wear trends in age-appropriate ways.3. The right bra makes you look thinner.4. Don't match very well.Show skin by selecting 6. Spend as much as you can afford on staples.7. Develop a signature style.8. Everyone should own a classic white shirt.

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The 50 Best Fashion Tips of All Time

1. SHOW SKIN STRATEGICALLY

Looking truly sexy involves knowing what to bare-and what to keep under wraps. Otherwise, where's the mystery? "Choose one-only one-body part and show it off," advises Jen Rade, stylist to Jenna Fischer and Angelina Jolie. "If it's cleavage, don't show your legs. If it's your legs, stay covered on top."



SHOW SKIN STRATEGICALLY



2. ROUND UP WHITE BUTTON-DOWNS

Take a classic cue from Marilyn Monroe! They elevate jeans and keep ball skirts from drifting into fantasy-land. But all that mileage comes at a cost: a short shelf life. So buy three, don't over bleach (which can cause yellowing), and refresh regularly.
ROUND UP WHITE BUTTON-DOWNS


3. ACCESSORIZE IN BRIGHTS

If you've got a closet full of neutrals-be they navy, black, camel, or gray-add energy with boldly hued shoes and bags. Not only is a hunter green satchel more lively than ho-hum black, but it's also surprisingly versatile. Feeling really brave? Wear a neutral base with shoes and a bag in two different complementary colors.



ACCESSORIZE IN BRIGHTS

4. THINK IN MULTIPLES

Take a cue from Jackie O, who had a closet full of sheath dresses. If you find an especially flattering fit right off the rack, go ahead and buy doubles. When it works, why question it?
THINK IN MULTIPLES


5. KNOW YOUR STRETCH

The secret formula for a soft but formfitting T? 95% cotton, 5% Lycra spandex. For jeans to hold their shape, they need at least 2% Lycra.



KNOW YOUR STRETCH

6. HEM YOUR PANTS FOR A SHOE HEIGHT

"The biggest mistake women make is wearing pants that aren't the right length for their shoes," says stylist Kate Young. To fix this, hem to either heels or flats like Emmanuelle Chriqui-no going back. Generally, hems should just graze the tops of your shoes and be from 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch off the floor.
HEM YOUR PANTS FOR A SHOE HEIGHT



7. THROW ON A SCARF

It's the ultimate accessory according to a host of the best-dressed women we interviewed. Stash one in your purse or carry-on to transform simple Ts in the time it takes to make a knot.



THROW ON A SCARF

8. GO HANDS-FREE FOR EVENING

A dressy bag with a chain helps you hold crudités and a cocktail-plus, it lends a cool edge to evening wear, says stylist Cher Coulter. Wear the chain diagonally across your body for the best effect.



GO HANDS-FREE FOR EVENING



9. CONSIDER THE WEAR AND CARE

Before you buy, try to gauge how a piece might hold up after a few washings. And don't shell out for clothes you can't, or won't, take care of. If you know you'll never hand-wash that embellished sweater or fancy bra, walk away.

CONSIDER THE WEAR AND CARE



10. EMBRACE YOUR SHAPE

"Once you know which silhouettes flatter you, filter trends ruthlessly," says designer Shoshanna Gruss. For instance, if you're petite and shapely, it's best to avoid tall columns and billowy maxis even if you love them. Go for a dress with a defined waist and just-above-the-knee hem.
EMBRACE YOUR SHAPE


11. MAKE A LIST BEFORE YOU SHOP

Not of what you want to buy, but of the 10 fave items in your closet. This will help you zero in on pieces that mesh with what you own (or remind you that you never actually wear big floral prints).


MAKE A LIST BEFORE YOU SHOP



12. HIT THE DRESSING ROOM PREPARED

If you're shopping for that ultra-important dress, get a true feel for the fit by bringing your hip or thigh slimmer with you. And while you're at it, bring heels, lipstick, and a hairbrush. These will help you get a better sense of the final result.

HIT THE DRESSING ROOM PREPARED
















13. ALWAYS CHECK OUT THE REAR VIEW

And don't leave the house until you like what you see. Every angle matters. Trust us.



ALWAYS CHECK OUT THE REAR VIEW


14. ROUND DOWN IN DENIM

When in doubt, go with the smaller size in jeans. They always stretch, and nothing's more unflattering than the unintentionally baggy derrière.




ROUND DOWN IN DENIM


15. EDIT YOUR CLOSET

Clothes need breathing room! You should be able to see every item without rummaging. Consider donating anything you haven't worn in the past year.


 EDIT YOUR CLOSET



16. LAYER YOUR NECKLACES

Coco Chanel's more-is-more approach still makes a statement today. You can do multiples of the same material, or better yet, go for contrast: Try a femme piece with edgy chains, feathers with beads, or pearls with diamantés.
LAYER YOUR NECKLACES

17. TOUCH THE INSIDE

A garment's lining is often a designer's calling card, and a good way to judge quality. A well-crafted lining is a sign that the whole piece has been sewn with care.


18. OPEN YOUR MIND

Always take one "it's cute but so not me" thing into the fitting room. You never know!


OPEN YOUR MIND

19. SHOW SOME LOYALTY

A great-fitting dress or pair of pants from a line one season may mean similar success the next, as shown by Pippa Middleton. Designers, especially higher-end ones, tend to size their clothes based on a regular fit model.



20. STRIPE IT UP

"Striped pieces are a nice, classic way to pull yourself together for the weekend," says stylist Tina Chai. A red- or navy-and-white bateau neck, for instance, has presence and versatility.


STRIPE IT UP


23. UPGRADE YOUR BUTTONS

Sometimes, the only giveaway that your cute jacket cost less than lunch money is its cheap hardware. Swap in nicer buttons, or have a tailor do it.


UPGRADE YOUR BUTTONS



24. NEVER BUY A BORING COAT

"Outerwear should never be an afterthought," says Holmes amp Yang co-designer Jeanne Yang. "So many people only see you in your coat—if you're not wearing something great underneath your trench, they'll never even know!" Look for a stylish coat, like Twiggy's here.

25. OWN SOMETHING LEOPARD PRINT

Make the print "a staple in your accessories wardrobe," says stylist Rob Zangardi. It's timeless, racy enough, and always glamorous.

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