Wednesday, January 16, 2013

7 ways to look chic regardless of age

Here are a few tips that will put a smile on many women's face! A well-known celebrity stylist, Lois Joy Johnson, brings a few tricks that will allow you to look younger and to refresh your style without having to completely change the contents of your closet and empty the bank account.
Besides the fact that Lois Joy Johnson is a celebrity stylist, she is also the author of The Wardrobe Wakeup: Your Guide to Looking Fabulous at Any Age, and on this occasion we bring you some of her great tips.

Be bold with colours

"I think we all learned a lesson from Michele Obama, and that, thanks to colours, it is possible to stand out from the masses," says Lois Joy Johnson. Black colour can make you look tired, but by choosing an appropriate colour can make you look like you are full of energy, "she adds. Colours can have a positive impact on your complexion, radiant skin and mood. Aside from the colour on the clothes, you should also be brave when it comes to makeup and some accessories. Colours in which you feel good are most likely those colours that best suit you.

Layers are stylish

When you do it right, layered outfit can look very good and stylish. To avoid a messy and modern look, pay attention to the materials of the garments. Lois Joy Johnson suggests that the thinnest and longest piece of clothing you wear underneath, and each layer should be made ​​of thicker material and a shorter model. Start with long thin shirt and then finish with a thicker sweater and jacket with different length. Layers in the upper part re balance with leggings or skinny jeans in the lower part.

Dresses for every occasion

"Dresses are perfect and simple solution because you do not have to trouble yourself with how to pair several pieces of clothing. Dresses pass in every situation, and they can be combined with shoes, boots, high and low heels, "advises Lois Joy Johnson.

Allow yourself an elongated silhouette

"Remove from the wardrobe any clothing that highlights your neck and legs "advises the stylist, but the idea is not to reach for the deepest cleavages but moderate' V 'cut-outs or sweaters on which you can unbutton the top few buttons. Additionally combine a knee-length skirt and heels to elongate your legs. This combination creates an impression of elongated silhouette.

Monochrome version

While you might think that a white blouse and black skirt are ideal combinations for every occasion, just stick with the combination of items in one colour. 'But it does not have to all be the same shade, you can wear, for example, navy sweater, and combine it with dark jeans, "says stylist.
Firmer look with corsets

"If you only have one corset in your closet, you'll benefit every time you want to look 'tighter'' says the stylist. Some pieces of clothing easily adhere better to the body if you have a corset underneath, and today there are a vast variations of corsets on offer, high waist shorts ... Manyfamous beauties are wearing bustiers and corsets to help their body look better shaped.

Spice up everything with a thin belt

'A thin belt adds one final definition to your appearance and emphasizes the waist and curves, and can greatly improve the general impression by making a clumsy combination to a chic combination, "says Lois Joy Johnson. You just have to try to wear a belt at the thinnest part of the waist, not the hips.

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