Styling Tips for Women With Small Budgets

If you are one of those women who have had to cut down on shopping due to the economic downsizing then fear not. I have a few tips for you that will help you to turn your existing wardrobe into something totally new.

Start by rummaging through your wardrobe. There is a huge chance that there are a couple of dresses hanging in there. This is one type of clothing that you can cash in on. Start by going through all the dresses that are in your closet.

Try them on to check they fit and the condition that they are in. Pile the good ones away from the ones that are in questionable condition. Look out for accessories to match the clothes that are in a good condition and those that fit you well. Clothes that may need mending or do not fit you can be donated to charities of sold online; collect the money to fund your next shopping spree.

Now, go though your accessories. Start with the number of belts that are in your wardrobe. Belts add glam to an outfit and create an illusion of a slimmer body; now which woman doesn’t want this? Look at your handbags and clutches next. These also add glamour to an outfit and must be given some consideration.

Your shoes also add oomph to an outfit so don’t feel shy to experiment with different style of shoes. You can wear a pair of chunky heels to the office on a Friday or even a pair of stilettos when you are in a good mood or days when you don’t have to walk around too much.

Look through your wardrobe for chunk jewels like a necklace, a long string of pearls and chunky rings look fabulous with any outfit. Pin your broaches on your belts, waistbands or your scarves. Scarves can be worn around the neck, on your handbags or around your wrists.

Try wrapping your scarf around your watch and put that around your wrist; this is an innovative way to wear your watch; imagine the glam quotient it will add to your wardrobe.

Now that you have a few ideas go ahead a rummage your closet and start inventing new outfits for yourself from your existing ones.