An easy way to take a casual outfit up a notch is to don a bold jacket.
Pro tip: Opt for a brocade number for that added wow factor.
There’s no such thing as too much blue. Case in point: this combo of baby blue pyjamas top and denim jeans.
Pro tip: Amp it up with red and white accessories.
Pro tip: String the bag straps across your belt hoops to keep your bag in place.
There’s a reason why warm colours look good together: They’re situated right next to each other on the colour wheel. This combination of an orange trench coat and lemon yellow pants proves it.
Pro tip: Wear a red lipstick with this look for extra sass.
The juxtaposition of different clothing styles (eg a feminine blouse with a masculine bottom) creates an interesting visual effect.
Pro tip: Opt for billowy fabrics like cotton or rayon for maximum comfort.
Neutral numbers are closet essentials, simply because you can wear them with anything.
Pro tip: Add black accessories for a sleek, French girl look.
A bold pantsuit that matches the shade of your winged eyeliner? We’re sold.
Pro tip: Be daring and wear nothing – or just a black bralet – underneath your blazer.
Donning your joggers out isn’t a fashion taboo in 2020, but keep your look refined, not sloppy, with au courant accessories.
Pro tip: Pair them with a stylish clutch and sexy heels (eg Bottega Veneta’s bags and shoes) for a polished look.
This ensemble is reviving our love for Gossip Girl (2007), because it reminds us of what Chuck Bass (played by Ed Westwick) and Nate Archibald (played by Chace Crawford) wore during their high-school heydays in the TV series.
Pro tip: To make this outfit wearable for our balmy climate, swop out the turtleneck for a cotton button-up shirt.
It’s the foolproof option and you can’t go wrong with it.
Pro tip: Play with a variety of textures to make your fierce outfit pop.