|Dressing Classy should be the ultimate desire of every lady. The higher our standards are when it comes to dressing, the more classy we become. Although fashion is primarily for self expression, we use our dressing as our first introduction of who we are. Dressing classy therefore puts us in a good light with others. Here are six easy tips to dressing classy|
SIX TIPS ON HOW TO DRESS CLASSY
1. Wear items that are made of classic fabrics.
Classic, timeless clothing made of materials that will last well is what you should be looking to add to your wardrobe. Think cotton, wool, lace, silk and linen. These fabrics will stand the test of time and items made of these fabrics tend to give off a classy vibe on their own.
2. Fit is important
If it doesn’t fit well then you shouldn’t wear it regardless how expensive it is. Skirts should hit just above or below the knee, as should your classy dresses. Classic trousers are straight and slightly wide. Wide leg pants and skinny pants in classic fabrics are also acceptable. Dresses, pants, blazers and blouses should follow the curve of your waist.
3. Modesty is required (Don’t over expose)
The aim here is to appear as professional as possible. Dressing classy requires a bit of modesty – no mini skirts or midriff baring tops that reveals cleavages. In addition, armholes on blouses and dresses should not reveal your bra.
4. Don’t go overboard with accessories
Simple jewelry is the best way to go when aiming for a classy and sophisticated style. Understated elegance should be your mantra.
5. Style your hair
Nothing says I am organised, classy and professional like a well styled hair. Spend a little bit of time styling your hair and you will amazed at the transformation.
6. Makeup makes a difference
Heavy makeup does not necessarily make you classy. If not handled properly, make up can mar your efforts at looking classy. The eyes, checks and lip should be what you focus on if you have limited time. Put on some mascara to open your eyes, add some blush and wear a subtle lipstick to add a pop of colour.