Common Fashion Mistakes Women Make When Dressing Up

Women often disregard wearing accessories mostly because they don’t believe in its potential to improve their appearance. What they don’t understand is that sometimes even the slightest detail can highlight your best features, making you look even more attractive. A popular stylist, Irina Ponyakina has proven that concepts like trifles in fashion aren’t true at all.

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Here is a list of some of the most common fashion mistakes, pointed out by Irina, that women make and how to avoid or fix them. There are also some tips on the right combinations to improve your fashion sense.

1 Dressing in a closed look

A closed look is a thing of the past and doesn’t fit in with today’s fashion. But if you unknowingly are roaming around with a closed look then there are a few simple tweaks that you can make to change it up a bit to a more modern look.

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All you have to do is not button up all the buttons on your dress to leave your neck area slightly opened up. This makes your neck look longer and it displays a more relaxed look. Roll up your sleeves slightly to make your overall look lighter and airier. Lastly, light shoes match this kind of attire best.

Dressing in a closed look

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2Not wearing any accessories

The correct accessories will bring out the best in you. Accessories like belts can come in handy when you want to leave several buttons on your shirt dress open. It not only helps you pull off that look but will enhance your waist and all your other strong features as well like making your legs appear longer.

Not wearing any accessories

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3Not wearing clothes in proportion

Buttoning up your shirt, wearing plain formal shoes, and not having on any accessories only makes up a really boring and disproportionate appearance. This kind of look can even make your body seem longer than your legs. To correct it change your shoes to a more stylish pair, leave your shirt unbuttoned or at least unbutton a few, and roll up your sleeves.

Strapping on a belt over your shirt will complete your look. This will make you look more proportionate with your neck and legs appearing longer, your body looks slimmer, and your overall look seeming more feminine. You can even choose a black hat or red bag to go along with your new look.

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Not wearing clothes in proportion

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