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Love fashion, but your budget does not stretch further than the high street? It does not matter if your wardrobe is more variety store than designer once you know how to shop savvy; and our fashion team know specifically what you should be looking for.
In fact, you do not actually need to buy anything new to give your wardrobe an expensive looking edge. Get that luxe look nailed with our expert consultancy on how to style your way to a better looking wardrobe…
Choose styles with small, intricate details
Search for minor details to make your high-street buy a stand out. This blouse includes simple detailing to the shoulder that makes it look for more worthy of a designer price tag than its affordable high-street one!
Tie a printed scarf around the handle of your bag
Accessories add an edge & a simple styling trick like tying a scarf around the handle of your bag could be the difference between looking high end & high street.
Opt for pewter over silver
Embellishment & sparkle lift the everyday, and pewter always looks much more expensive than silver.
Don’t ignore the ‘classic’ buys
A classic striped shirt with an excellent cut, fabric & neat front pockets looks the business are you sure you are not carrying designer?
Choose indigo denim
Owing to modern technology , fabric, and the high street is really picking up the pace when it comes to denim. Indigo instantly looks more finished and this knee length skirt falls at exactly the ideal point.
Try suede instead of leather
The high street makes great suede pieces at a fraction of the price of its designer counterparts. Take advantage & embrace this season’s must have texture and consistency.
Choose simple, structured bags
Choose styles with print on the front and back
Prints should continue around the body & match up completely to the side seams; ones that do not really are a dead giveaway.
Add some woven leather or fringe detailing
Steer towards designer accents; lattice- leather spells high-end.
Match your shoes to your bag
Finish the appearance with shoes that echo the lattice- effect. Matching your shoes with your bag is still quite definitely a ‘thing’.
Wear one block colour
Tone on tone colour immediately spells luxury the high street is especially good at nude & putt shades. A bomber- elevates your style, but stick to simple designs to keep it looking sophisticated.
Choose structured pleats
Look for crisp, structured pleating inside a heavyweight silk and crepe. Metallic skirts are having a fashion moment, & you are able to echo the designer styles easily on the high street.