Tips and Tricks for When You Have Nothing to Wear

Getting tired of recycling the same outfits over and over again? Forget to do your laundry? No worries! Skip the closet-diving and rummaging this time...
Getting tired of recycling the same outfits over and over again? Forget to do your laundry? No worries! Skip the closet-diving and rummaging this time with these 4 ways to make more out of classic outfit combos and closet staples. Here are 8 stylish outfits using common items for easier mix-and-matching, and never have deal with this fashion dilemma again. Plus, a lot of these items are very versatile, and can be used in a number of ways.

T-Shirt and Jeans

It's time to upgrade your go-to outfit of t-shirt + jeans when there's nothing else to wear. This combination is so simple since everyone has these items, and is super versatile. Accessorize to make your outfit pop, or make it city chic with the right shoes and bag.

1. All About Accessories

Accessories are one of the best ways to add that extra pop that an outfit might need.

2. City Girl Chic

With some fancier boots and a cute newsboy hat, you're all set for an Instagrammable adventure in the city!

Dresses

Got some dresses gathering dust in your closet because you have no idea how to include them in an outfit? Here are two ways to get some better use out of them while looking cute.

3. Tuck in a Turtleneck

You've heard of wearing a t-shirt under slip dresses. Why not try out a turtleneck too? This outfit gives effortlessly chic vibes.

4. Bodycon as a Top

Want some more use out of your shorter, tighter dresses? Just tuck them into a pair of jeans.

Oversized Pieces

 

Are you a hoarder of your boyfriend's clothes? Or, single and just happen to own some pieces that are way too big? Either way, here's how you can upgrade your oversized clothes.

5. Adding a Corset

A corset is just what you need to take that oversized shirt from "I'm wearing my boyfriend's shirt as pajamas" to a sophisticated shirt dress.

6. Tuck It In

Or, tuck that dress shirt into a flowy maxi skirt (to avoid visible wrinkles and bunching up) for an office-appropriate look.

Unique Silhouettes

Having nothing to wear might be a sign that it's time to think outside of the box with your outfits! Here are two ways you can experiment with new looks that will definitely pay off.

7. A Dress...But Make It Edgy

Dress + combat boots = a sundress with a little edge.

8. Oversized Blazers

Blazers are a great way to upgrade your outfit and make it more stylish. Pair an oversized one with a t-shirt and some jeans for a more polished on-the-go look. Just make sure your jeans are on the shorter side to balance out the blazer!

This article was inspired by bestdressed!

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Rejuvenate Your Skin With 3 Easy Steps!

The skin is our biggest organ, and it's constantly producing new skin cells. At the end of the skin cell life cycle, dead skin cells...
The skin is our biggest organ, and it's constantly producing new skin cells. At the end of the skin cell life cycle, dead skin cells can remain on our skin, clogging pores and making it appear lifeless. Not so nice, huh? Here is a 3-step guide on how to exfoliate and get smooth, radiant skin. Repeat this process 2-3 times a week for the best results!

1. Take A Hot Bath Or Shower With Body Wash

Hot water will help open up your pores, and prepares the skin for cleansing. Use a good body wash to soften the skin.

2. Remove Dead Skin Cells

Once the skin has softened, its time to scrub! There are many ways to exfoliate your skin; shower gloves, brushes, sponges and body scrubs. Choose the one you prefer. Scrub your entire body in small circular motions. Pay extra attention to your heels, elbows and knees, which are the driest parts of our skin.

 

3. Apply Moisturizer

After getting out of the shower, it’s time to moisturize the skin. It’s important to hydrate after scrubbing, or else it can feel dry and irritated.

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How To Take Better Care Of Your Clothes & Shoes

There are many basic steps you can take to take better care of your clothing, shoes and accessories. You will be amazed at what a...

There are many basic steps you can take to take better care of your clothing, shoes and accessories. You will be amazed at what a difference these products can make in extending the life of your favorite pieces and improving their overall look!

Flyco Lint Ball Remover

Have fabric pilling and lint balls ruined the look of your sweaters, coats and socks? This device can drastically improve the look of your clothing within seconds. It's also so much fun to use!

Lingerie Washing Ball

If you're tired of pulling deflated bras out of the washing machine, this is just what you need to help your lingerie keep their shape.

Lint Roller

Get rid of all the fuzz, pet hair and other little nuisances all over your lovely darker colored clothing.

Dr. Beckmann Portable Stain Pen * 2

If you spill something on your clothes, you only have a very short amount of time to keep them from getting stained. That's why it's good to always carry one of these around!

Crep Waterproofing Spray

This spray works effectively to waterproof and protect leather, canvas, nylon, suede and more. Make your shoes and bags last twice as long!

Wooden Shoehorn

Contrary to popular belief, shoehorns are not just for grandpas and dads! A shoehorn can help keep the back of your shoe from getting damaged when you are sliding your feet in.

Shoe Tree & Expander

This amazing tool can help you gently stretch shoes that are too small, or help them keep their shape when not in use.

Mini Sewing Machine

Use a simple, portable sewing machine to quickly fix little tears in your clothes.

Japanese Natural Power Suede Cleaner

Suede can be especially difficult to clean. This product has over 24k reviews on Taobao, so give it a spray and let it work its magic.

Leather Care Cream

Get those old leather shoes, jacket or couch smooth and shiny again with some nourishing leather cream.

Wooden Clothing Hangers

Wooden clothing hangers support your clothing better than wire or plastic. They will do a better job of helping your clothing keep its shape, and your clothing won't slide off onto the closet floor!

Hanging Moth Repellent

If you love your sweaters, the local moths probably do too.

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How To Prevent Thigh-High Boots From Slipping

Over-knee boots are supposed to be elegant and sexy, right? But if you have to spend your time pulling them up as they slide down...

Over-knee boots are supposed to be elegant and sexy, right?

But if you have to spend your time pulling them up as they slide down your legs, it can ruin your look (and mood). Here are some simple and effective tips to solve this common problem and help them stay put!

ARM YOURSELF WITH NEEDLE & THREAD

It only requires basic sewing skills to sew an elastic band inside the opening of the boots. If you’re a real go-getter, you can try replacing the existing elastic with something tighter. Be sure to measure the circumference of your leg where you want the boots to hit so you use the correct amount of elastic. Find all of the basics tools you’ll need in our selection of sewing kits.

WEAR HIGH SOCKS

Wearing high socks can save your boots from slipping, depending on their size and material. The socks also provide an extra layer of warmth on cold days!

INVEST IN VELCRO

If you’re feeling particularly ambitious, you can never go wrong with velcro. Cut a strip and sew it directly onto your high socks, where the top of the boots should be. Then attach the other part of the velcro with glue (suitable for the material) or sew it inside the boots and you’re all set. Check out this video (VPN needed) for a handy tutorial on how it’s done.

If you are skilled enough for a more advanced DIY project, the best option is to mix elastic and velcro. Take a look at this tutorial (VPN needed).

If you just want an one shot solution, you can use a strong doubled-sized adhesive.

Now you can walk around and dance all day and night without having to worry about a thing!

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