“If you don’t jump to put jeans on, baby, you don’t feel my pain.” — Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyoncé, ‘Savage (Remix)’
Despite the stereotype that repeating outfits are bad, I believe it is important for you to be able to mix and match your wardrobe in order to create different looks. Today I want to share with you some tips and tricks on how to switch up your wardrobe without going broke. Let’s look at how to create three outfits using one piece of clothing. But first, if you are new here and would like to join the family and get more tips and tricks like this. Be sure you are subscribed because you do not want to miss out!
Not many people are a huge fan of leather pants. But I wanna show you how cute they are and how bad ass it will have you looking. These are just a couple outfits that I put together with this article of clothing and I got a lot of compliments on how effortless they look. So let’s dig deeper.
“I want all my clothes designer, I want someone else to buy ’em.” — Kim Petras, ‘I Don’t Want It At All’
For this first lets, you can stop by until one of your loved one’s closet. It’ll be your boyfriend or your dad. You’re gonna take one of their white button-downs and their favorite oversize sweatshirt or hoodie. You put the button on under the sweatshirt. And throw on some combat boots. This outfit was more laid-back for if you’re going to like an arcade or something of that sort.
“Vintage tee, brand new phone, high heels on, cobblestones.” — Taylor Swift, ‘Cardigan’
For the second outfit I took one of my favorite crop tops. You’re going to take any fun crop top with a pop in color to dress it up. Pink ladies night and you’re stepping out looking your best. A pair of these with Allie some stilettos. And you can throw in a black blazer if you’re going to work meeting or something of that sort. This is how I dressed up the leather pants.
The final outfit is probably one of my favorite out of an any outfit I’ve ever worn. I wore this to go tailgating. I threw the leather pants on with a bodysuit that was sheer. I had an all black theme. I also paired it with a black bustiers and a black bucket hat. The top of the outfit I had a black purse. If I want to throw a jewelry at there on some silver jewelry to match the silver flip-flops that I had on. I love this outfit so much.
Fashion is my way of expressing myself. So I would really like to know what you all think about these outfits and what you wear any one of? Let me know in the comments below and also be sure that you are subscribed. Don’t forget to share with a friend who may want to try to change out their style a little bit. Until then be sure to check out my other posts that are linked throughout this post!
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