How to Make Cheap clothes look Expensive

by Mido Mack on April 29, 2019

 

You'd love to pop for an expensive wardrobe, Prom Dress, Party Dress, Maxi Dress, Mini Dress, Casual Wear, Cute high heel, Sneakers, Heel Sandals and accessories, but your wallet has other ideas. Never fear, you don't have to spend a fortune to create an expensive-looking wardrobe. Just making a few changes to your clothes, such as switching out the buttons, can make a huge difference. Also, looking for good quality items when you're buying clothes, even cheap ones, can really up your look. Once you've done that, all you need to do is throw out clothes when they start looking worn and pull together a great outfit before heading out the door.

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 Get everything tailored:

 $20 skirt or Evening Dress from Putshy can end up looking better than a $300 skirt from a designer with just a couple quick stitches. If the fit isn't spot-on right off the rack, take those cheap clothes to a tailor before you take them home. It is worth every penny.And while you're shopping, keep in mind that the simpler the garment, the easier (and cheaper) it is to tailor.

  1. Replace the buttons:

Ditch those basic plastic buttons in favor of something a little richer looking, like metal, bone, or mother of pearl. Buy them online through sites like eBay or Etsy, or from "trimmings" shops. You can even harvest them from old clothes you don't wear anymore. Don’t worry about switching them out yourself — most dry cleaners will do it for a few bucks.Summer Dress Women Shirt Dress V neck short sleeve cotton linen Mini Dress

  1. Only wear pieces in "like new" condition.
    If you see a stain and you can't get it out yourself, immediately take it to a dry cleaner to see what they can do. If nothing can be done, donate it. If you see a loose thread or button, or a ripped seam, just deal with it. If you notice it, other people will too.

 

  1. Stay away from distressed pieces.
    Distressed hardware and fabrics can easily end up looking old and worn out, especially when they are super cheap Clothes to begin with. There are some exceptions: ripped jeans, for instance, can look cool at any price point, but whiskering and other denim distressing techniques are often less convincing at lower price points. Distressing is an art. Doing it well takes time. And, as the saying goes, time is moneySummer Suit Female 2 Pieces Set Tracksuit for Women Loose Blazer

 

  1. Stop washing your stuff so much! 
    You want to keep everything clean, but washing it is not the answer. Washing clothes wears down the fabrics and fades the colors, making them look old and cheap. If you get a mark on a piece of clothing, spot clean it with a sponge or toothbrush. If something starts to smell, stick it in the freezer for the night. Yes, the freezer thing really does work. Try it, already!

 

  1. Buy a steamer.
    Wrinkles can make anything look cheap, but ironing is a hassle and many synthetics can't be ironed. A good steamer can blast wrinkles out of just about anything in a couple of minutes. If you are between washings, steam the piece the night before and leave it hanging in a room with open windows overnight. The cold night air will help neutralize any lingering odors and by morning the piece should be ready to wear.Multicolor Petal Print Ruffle Wrap Peplum Crop Camisole Top and Shorts

 

  1. Keep it simple.
    Start by buying simpler stuff on the cheap end — no jeweled embellishments or pleated tops or distressed and whiskered denim, since details like these are really hard to do well on a budget. Beyond that, you may want to consider streamlining your look as a whole. For example, don't stack three cheap little bracelets to try to make them more impactful. Just wear one bracelet that is the thickness you actually want. Before you leave the house, ask yourself: "How can I make this outfit sleeker?"

 7. Invest in expensive statement pieces and trend items, and save on basic, versatile pieces and "timeless classics."

High-low is all the rage, but most people are doing it wrong. Don't spend $300 on a pair of black leather pumps that you could get for $50 at ASOS. The fact is, both shoes are going to wear out before you are done with them and it is doubtful that anyone, including you, would be able to tell the difference between the cheap shoes and the expensive ones anyway. Save your money for the attention-grabbing trend items that will become the focus of your outfit anywayJeans women pants casual outfits

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  1. Choose black over white.


Black and other warm, earthy colors like mauve and olive often end up looking dingy and sad when they are used in prints and low-quality materials, like the kinds cheap clothes are often made of. Instead, focus on black and white and really saturated colors that feel bright and crisp, like bold pastels and deep, rich jewel tones

 

  1. Create a smooth silhouette under your clothes.


Bra lines and visible panty lines are distracting and make your clothes look flimsy and ill-fitting. The problem is, most cheap clothes are flimsy and ill-fitting, but a well-fitted bra, a slip, or a little lightweight shapewear can minimize those bumps and distractions, and make your clothes look instantly more luxe.

 Finally; Search more and more on several shopping sites, and compare the prices to choose the hot price, especially for prom dress, evening dress, party dress, maxi dress, wedding dresses, heels, high heel shoes and sneakers to choose the best price, and don`t trust in brands, as you can buy normal sneakers better than brand sneakers with cheap price and good material and comfortable shoes than any other brand, as the brand is a big lie.

 

 

 

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