As the new year gets into full swing, many of us are starting to think about how to add a dash of excitement to our outfits. The summer season may be a long way off yet, but that’s no reason why you shouldn’t bring your look well up to date by giving your wardrobe a bit of an overhaul. Luckily though, you don’t have to buy a whole new selection of clothes to dress to impress. Accessories are a great option, and can totally transform your look. Let’s take a look at how to brighten up your attire with just a few simple additions.
Firstly, consider adding an element of Spring/Summer with a scarf in the latest print. Graphic prints, for example, are set to be huge news in 2014, and you don’t have to go overboard to introduce the look into your wardrobe. Team a pair of simple trousers and your favourite winter coat with a bold graphic scarf to perfectly bridge the gap between the seasons. Best of all, this approach will be kind on your finances, so you needn’t worry about breaking the bank in your aim to look a million dollars.
A classic watch is also a great addition to any outfit. The perfect timepiece will add a touch of style to your look, and of course is also highly practical. It goes without saying, but if you’re a busy professional, it’s always wise to keep your finger on the pulse, and what could be better for this than wearing a good watch? If you’re looking for something that gives off all the right vibes, check out the selection from Michel Herbelin.
Finally, consider how you can use accessories to bring colour to your wardrobe. At this time of year, the high street stores are still awash with dull hues, though this is no reason for you to play it safe. Buy a new handbag in a bold tone, treat yourself to a jazzy necklace, or even just add a splash your usual work wear by adding a beautiful brooch. You’ll be amazed at the difference it can make to your overall look, as well as your mindset.
So if you’ve been thinking about adding a fresh touch to your wardrobe, why not start with accessories? It’ll cost you a fraction of buying new clothing, and the impact can be just as stunning.