While we love a good splurge now and then, dressing in head-to-toe designer is just not feasible for the majority of women. Thankfully, you don’t need an unlimited budget to look expensive. While you probably already mix high and low pieces on the daily, there are certain styling tricks that’ll make any ensemble look more polished. Ahead, seven sartorial lessons for looking like you spent a fortune.
Sticking to one hue from head to toe translates into a polished look that is undeniably chic and sophisticated.
Elsmere Wool-Gabardine Wide-Leg Pants
Ernest Wool-Crepe Vest
Add A Belt
Ill-fitting pieces are not only unflattering but can also make your outfit look cheap. Remedy the problem by cinching with a belt for instant definition.
Contrast Leather and Suede Waist Belt
Wide Sleeved Shirt
Front Row Shop
Get A Structured Purse
A clean, shapely bag—especially in mini sizes—lends a dose of professional yet charming flair.
The Mini Trunk Clutch
Aspinal of London
Use A Tailor
Even the most minor tailoring tweaks can make blazers and pants look bespoke.
Balance tight wares with loose, long silhouettes for a refined result.
Tencel Collarless Mac
Metallic Strappy Slip Dress
Find One Piece Of Statement Jewelry
Whether it's a cuff, earrings, necklace or watch, use one high-shine statement piece to immediately add glamour to every outfit.
Geo Drop Earrings
Select Simple Heels
Opting for a streamlined pump rendered in either leather or suede makes your outfit timeless and elevated in just one step.
Jackpot Pointy Toe Pumps