How to Dress With Sophistication Without Spending Too Much

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Looking sophisticated is the perfect way to look different to your next party. If you don’t have the right clothes to look more sophisticated, then you will just look like your ordinary self. There are certain dresses and clothes that look best for looking this way, but it can still be tough to find out what the right clothes are. Below, I will outline just a few of the ways to get you wearing a dress that is sophisticated and different. Of course, it can be hard to buy the most expensive items, and that is why you really need to consider the tips below, as they will help cut the overall costs down.

How to Dress With Sophistication Without Spending Too Much

Minimalistic Pieces

It is important to get plenty of dresses that don’t have too much pieces showing. Usually we can focus too much on getting dresses that add too many pieces, but the only thing that this does is add a lot of immaturity in your clothing. The dress should have very few pieces, as that can help a lot with adding the mature look of sophistication without doing too much work. Remember, too much can be quite bad, so try to take your time when finding a nice and clear looking dress.

Basic Tones Are a Great Picture

Looking for a nice dress that is clean and basic, along with a very basic tone is a great idea. Basic tones are important to look for because they are never going to be out of style. The basic trends are always going to look no matter how fashionable other trends become. As long as your dress has even the slightest of class, it surely is going to stand out compared to those other people who wear overly done clothing. Usually the basic ones aren’t even that expensive, so this is a very good thing to consider.

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Dresses With The Right Length

If you pay very close attention to your dress, make sure that it does not become too long by reaching the floor. It should only reach a maximum of past your knees. These dresses are wonderful and look quite different, and you will find the investment to be very worth it once the dress isn’t too long. These dresses add a lot of beauty to your overall look, and you will find a shorter elegant dress to be great to wear.

Casual Fabric

The design of the dress should not only be casual and elegant, but so should the fabric itself. The fabric should be a bit casual, and even though it is a bit casual, you will find that the casuality is going to help in making you look good. That dress of yours needs to be very casual with the right fabric that is casual as well.

Jeans With Skirt

This style has grown to become quite popular among young teens, but it is nice because it works well for adults as well. Just make sure that the jeans are nicely worn with a matching skirt that goes well with the overall dress.

The Overall Look

Everything from the jewelry to the shoes, all of them come together to build that older and more professional look. Too much bling is not recommended at all, especially if you want to create the strong and beautiful look. Basically, the jewelry shouldn’t be over done, and the entire set should go well with the dress. Make sure that your shoes are nicely crafted as well. A different color of shoes is fine, but matching the shoes with your entire dress is even better. Try to match everything, but don’t overdo it either.

Look sophisticated is all about delivering a whole new look. Many people tend to wear too much and try to achieve too much, but that doesn’t really help. Make sure that your entire dress fits well and is designed good too. Matching is the key to making the casual sophisticated style work. Even if you wear casual clothes, if you don’t match the shoes and the jewelry, it won’t look as good as you thought.


This post was generously provided by Amy Stuart.

Amy Stuart is a fashion designer, fashion shopping consultant and writer for her favorite magazines and publications on the web. She writes about everything from food to “vakarkleitas,” fashion to family and spends most her free time on the beach with her husband and 3 kids.


 
 
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  • Fuyuko April 10, 2012, 2:07 pm

    This is some really helpful information. I find that it can be hard to dress with sophistication without emptying my purse. While I don’t have a family to support I don’t have a job and I like to go to interviews looking my best so hopefully I will eventually find another job. These tips can help me to do just that thanks so much.

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    • Deborah E April 10, 2012, 2:44 pm

      I agree that it is helpful to get a feel for what is sophisticated and it doesn’t have to be money! There is a simplistic elegance. Thanks, Fuyuko and here is hoping you get a job really soon!

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  • Monica Fuller April 10, 2012, 6:57 pm

    Oh, thanks for these tips, I actually wanna change my style in wearing my wardrobe. I guess I don’t have to pick designer brands right? I’m rummaging the thrift stores!

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    • Deborah E April 10, 2012, 7:09 pm

      Hi Monica!

      That is so cool. I love to find cool pieces and outfits at thrift stores. I love vintage. Oh, do share your finds with us –> Like a link to your cool finds and you wearing them 🙂

      -Deborah

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  • anne sun November 1, 2013, 7:32 am

    Thanks so much for the advice. As a great person once said, less is more. So you don’t need a lot to be dressed with style, but you need the right pieces.

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  • Aiza Khan November 20, 2013, 4:44 am

    I am really thankful to you for these tips, actually i wanna change my style in wearing my wardrobe. I think I do not have to pick designer brands right? I’m rummaging the thrift stores!

    Reply

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