As temperatures begin to drop after the last balmy weekend of the year, now is the time to think about your winter wardrobe.
But optimizing the clothes you already have can save you luck on the new gear. Here are some tips on how to do it. . .
Layer: Wear a summer T-shirt and woolen jumpsuit over the vest to keep you warm and comfortable during the cold winter months. Don’t be afraid to wear some skinny jeans – skinny cardigans and silk summer bomber jackets can work well when worn under your winter coat.
Take care with nutware: Washing wool often removes clothing and shortens its lifespan. Instead of washing the whole thing, try to clean the stain directly. You can refresh the netware without washing it – just hang it on the washing line or in the steam bathroom. Or put it in a large bag in the freezer overnight. Low temperatures will kill the bacteria that cause the odor.
Exchange store: Exchange coats, cardigans, jumpers and dresses with friends. This is a great way to enhance your winter wardrobe without spending money. Nothing to wear for this big night? Raid your friend’s closet for some new winter clothing items.
True facts: Don’t throw jumpers, cardigans or wool socks that have holes in them – fix them easily yourself. All you need is a thread or knitting wool to match the color, a needle with a needle and a pair of scissors – it’s a five minute job that will help you keep money in your pocket.
Add a personal touch or two: This is great if you want to be creative with your outfit and add personality. Instead of rushing to buy a cardigan this season, work with what you have. You can replace the cardigan’s buttons with new, bold colors of the season, add pieces of fabric to the elbows to make new prints that are popular, or even add an item pin and brooch to the jazz item. Do
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