Restyling is a great way to up your fashion game without requiring you to throw it out. Today we will discuss some of the quick hacks that will help you to transform an old dress into a new one. Check it out then.
Cut your T-shirt in the front
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Styling up for a fancy occasion is not any brain teaser. But when it comes to dressing up for workspace, even the best of us sometimes feel overwhelmed. If you have been through it, we heard you. Today, we will take a look at some of the style tips that can turn your game for work.
We know you are the most comfortable in a t-shirt and jeans. But ill-fitting clothes will only make you look sloppy. That’s why you should wear a dress that is well fitted. Shirt tucked in formal pants - that’s what we are talking about.
The silk scarf has traversed a long time and witnessed the evolution of fashion. From an accessory to a style statement - it has survived the test of time. Lots of celebrities have shown how to style a scarf in different ways. Today, we have picked the five coolest ways to style your silk scarf. Get your scarf ready, and let’s begin!
We love the way a choker looks with any western dress. It’s a timeless accessory. In fact, every girl has a few pieces of chokers in their collection.
Now, it’s okay to get rid of those and style up your own choker with a silk scarf. Fold the scarf into a triangle and then roll it up. Next, wrap it around your neck. Cross the ends behind the neck and tie a knot underneath the chin. Make sure to tie the knot gently. Too tight a knot may choke you! Adjust the scarf to the right or left. Don’t worry about the long strands - let them hang.
A monochrome silk scarf is ideal for use as a choker. You can also stand out from the crowd with different colored and patterned scarf chokers.