Ever wonder how celebrities tend to look their best no matter what they’re doing? From going out to eat to dropping a letter off at the post office, today’s celebs always look like their fixing to star in a glamorous movie. Fortunately, for you, you can dress and look like a celebrity without breaking your bank. All it takes is a little effort in regards to crafting your style and going to the right places to buy your clothes and accessories.
Tip 1: Buy separate pieces
Forget about buying full outfits. Celebs buy single pieces of clothing and then choose which pieces to wear. Out of of just two shirts, two pair of jeans and one pair of shoes, you can get five different outfits. Keeping this in mind, when you go shopping, do your best to keep your spending under $100. If you shop at the right places, you’ll be able to buy five shirts, three pair of jeans, and two pair of shoes.
Tip 2: Buy sunglasses
Go to an inexpensive boutique and buy a pair of aviator sunglasses. This style of sunglasses it great at making you look like a “somebody.” And remember, it doesn’t have to be sunny for you to wear them. In fact, you can even wear them inside the grocery store if you want.
Tip 3: Go big or go home
When it comes to accessories, go big. Great places to get big accessories, such as bangles, earrings and handbags, is a local salvation army store. You’ll be surprised at the great finds you can make.
Tip 4: Wear a scarf
Scarves are loved by celebs. And best of all, they’re cheap and available in any color and design that you want. You can wear them in a wide variety of ways. From tying one around your waist to wearing one on your head or as a belt, scarves are perfect at sprucing up any outfit.
Tip 5: Keep it simple
Unless a celeb is attending a red carpet event, you don’t usually see them all dressed up. Fortunately, you can save lots of money by keeping it simple like celebs. Sure, a celebrity’s simple is completely different than yours, but when walking down the street, no one will know that you only spent $8 on your top versus the $300 many celebs spend on a plain t-shirt.