Fashion Tips: Six Fashionable Looks To Last

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1. A Suit That Means Business

  • Check the label for quality fabric that can be dry-cleaned. Washable suits are rarely an investment.
  • Good finish and tailoring will always keep their style.
  • Choose a versatile colour e.g. Grey or Silver – it can be updated with on-trend accessories, and each piece can be worn separately.

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2. The Classic “Little Black Dress”

  • Know the right style for your figure – avoid high necklines if you’re busty; If you’re smaller on top, a high neckline and nipped-in waist will show off your curves.
  • A mid-length hemline, either just above or below the knee, is the most versatile.
  • Word of Warning – it’s tempting to buy a ‘Wow’ dress if you’re splashing the cash, but the best compliment you can get is that your dress looks new every season. Stick to a classic shape that will never go out of fashion.

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3. An Everyday Bag

  • A mid-sized bag is best – it will fit all your essentials, but won’t appear too bulky.
  • Choose neutral colours, like tan, grey or black, which will go with most of your wardrobe.
  • Check the details – you want quality leather that looks better with age and details that won’t tarnish.

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4. A Wear-Anywhere Trench – Coat

  • Knee-length or just above is versatile – it can be worn with both skirts or trousers.
  • Keep it simple and avoid one-season- only details, like blouson sleeves or over-sized buttons. These will quickly go out of style.
  • Go for a neutral colour – beige is classic, but black, navy or grey are good basics.

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5. A Great Pair of Jeans

  • Stretch denim is more comfortable and will be more accommodating.
  • Dark denim is smart, and can be dressed up or down. Light denim quickly goes in and then out of style. It also isn’t particularly flattering.
  • The cigarette cut or boot-cut is a modern classic – wear it with flats for summer or platform heels for autumn.

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6. Always Flattering Trousers

  • A higher waist and flat front are a flattering fit for most shapes and sizes.
  • Opt for a lighter shade as a classic summer alternative to black. Beige is best.
  • You need fabric that hangs well and won’t crease easily – so avoid linen or shiny synthetics.

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