It can be hard to look your best when school enforces its ridiculous uniforms, however this doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to fashion until the weekend. Add these quick tips in order to make yourself look glam each and every day.
Try Some Leather
You might have to wear school uniform, but they can’t stop you wearing a jacket of choice. Leather goes with so many outfits, it really is hard to go wrong, especially if you pick a proper motorcycle jacket. Try looking around, don’t always settle for black. There are so many colours and styles to choose from. Try to consider how the colours will match with what you will be regularly wearing.
Chanel You Say
We always try to promote how to look good on a budget, but if you have some extra money tucked away then you should invest in Chanel. This is the label game and you’re going to win it with a lush designer handbag or sexy sunglasses.
Sunglasses can bring style to any outfit. Have a good shop around before you invest. Did you know the type of sunglasses you should buy are effected by the shape of your head? You should first determine whether your face is oval, round triangular, diamond, heart, oblong or square and then find the pertinent pair of specs.
Find Your Fittings
Remove all the guess work and find out your exact fittings. It will make such a difference to anyone who is just fitting into the closest fit they could find, as you will show off your best features, while covering your insecurities.
It seems like an increasing amount of schools are demanding females to wear ties as part of the school uniform. You might have to wear one, but they don’t have to be to an exact knot. Look up some different knots and learn how to do them in front of the mirror. You will be amazed by the change in appearance this makes with the slightest change in knot.
Every school has different rules, so you will have to adjust to your school’s policies, however the accessories is normally your best place to stand out. From a slick looking belt, a charming necklace and some earrings, to the watch and bracelet you wear on your arm.