Wear an all-Black look
Black is a versatile color that fits with everything. Because it’s a solid color, it goes well with a variety of other hues and patterns. Coco Chanel comes to mind when we think of the color black. Her fitted garments and textiles made the colors black and white famous.
Wear A Blazer
Blazers give any outfit an immediate polished look. They look great with a dress, a pencil skirt, and a white shirt, or simply jeans and a tee. Although black is the most common classic blazer color, you don’t have to stick to it. Blazers with stripes, blue, and even pink make great finishing touches!
Wear Pieces That Fit Well
Always check to see if your clothes are comfortable. Wear clothes that fit well and show off your curves if you have an hourglass figure. If you want to hide a few pounds in certain areas, use pieces that are slightly loose and flow when you walk. Avoid wearing clothing that is excessively loose on all figures.
Wear Pointed Flats or Heels
Women who wear pointed flats or heels have a look that screams “rich!” The colors black and nude are trendy because they go with everything. They’re regarded as wardrobe must-haves.
Structured pieces over slouchy
I adore a slouchy bag or sweater, but the reality is that elevating a slouchy piece is more difficult. Structured items are polished and professional, making them appear more expensive right away. You never want to wear an outfit that is entirely made up of slouchy pieces, so be sure to include at least one structured garment or accessory in your ensemble to get the proper style balance.
Denim with distressed details should be avoided.
While I adore distressed elements, if you want to get the “ultra-expensive” aesthetic, you should steer clear of them. Denim pants and denim jackets with distress markings or wear marks instantly make an outfit more informal. To achieve a more elegant look, choose non-distressed denim. The most straightforward option for this look is black denim.