Do this, you’ll always look your best.
Get smarter with your wardrobe, and think essentials. I’ve been told, that what works regarding your personal style is consistency and knowing what works for you. The best dressed known people aren’t the ones who always try to impress with their bold choices.
Lately, I’ve been consistent with my style – structure, monochrome and simplicity – and revolving around essentials. As I’ve said before, I’m not a dress girl. Usually, I tend to grab a pair of A Case For Flareor skinny jeans. They feel too feminine, overdone and at the extreme opposite of what a girl living in a Bf shirt would love. Lately, I’ve been lucky in the dress department, and the reason here is the Australian designers.
Unless you want to be predictable – and lately, I’ve been bordering the edge of this non sense pattern – you need to break it, without looking like you’re switching up identities.
The nude dress is the essence of the entrepreneurship of this action developed against the matter of predictability. I’ve come up with a bit of a formula to help you with this..
The nude dress revolves around two parts: simplicity (only the dress) and details (the shoes).
You can mix this any other way, but the formula doesn’t change: a dress should be easy, chic (no fuss, since it’s the main piece of the cake), and details should enhance the main piece while adding some interest to your silhouette. Don’t want to look flat.
Add sunset light + galerie + a talented photographer (optional). It’s a win. Easy!