As you look in your closet do you see too many neutral colors? Maybe you look great in black, or your color might be beige. However, wearing only those same colors all the time might have become boring. Of course, you'll still want to keep your favorite basic colored outfits, but if you're also wanting to have more drama in your wardrobe, here are some ideas that might help you.
Select A Number Of Colorful Outfits — If you're still shopping for summer clothes, think of buying sundresses that have a floral design. Patterned skirts created with bright colors are another good idea for your summer wardrobe. Pair them with pretty camisoles, T-shirts, tunics, and blouses in colors that complement the pattern of the skirt. If you're looking for some dressy outfits, consider buying one-piece jumpsuits that are designed with flowing design and with things like roses, tulips, and even geometric patterns as part of the design.
Think about how you can wear your new dramatic outfits in different ways. For instance, strapless dresses that are created with elastic at the top can often be turned into skirts. The length of the dress will determine whether it will then be a mini-skirt or a knee-length skirt.
Add Drama With Unique Accessories — Another way to add pizzaz to your wardrobe is to select accessories to different outfits. For instance, if you kept a basic black skirt and a black camisole to go with it, consider adding a colorful scarf for a more unique look. Or choose a fabulous belt with a one-of-a-kind belt buckle to give the black outfit a more dramatic look. The beige slacks and matching tunic might look really great with heavy colorful beads and matching bracelet and earrings.
Think of going to world markets that carry unique items from all over the world. At one store you might find a Mexican reboso, or shawl, that can add drama to your neutral outfits. French berets paired with complementary jewelry can add a unique look to both your neutral-colored clothing items and to your colorful clothes.
Think of buying two ponchos from South America. One of them can be worn as a skirt while the other one can be worn on top of a T-shirt or a long-sleeved pullover as a matching top. You probably already have just the right top in your closet to pull that off.
For more help with clothing and accessories, contact a resource like M.I.N.E. Design.