Hello there 🙂
One of my WWW colleagues recently wrote about why she never buys shoes with excess hardware to risk being cheap. And you know what? It really made me think. What I've noticed is that I actually tend to shun basics (which makes up most of my wardrobe), which also have very specific design details because they're a bit cheap for me. To emphasize even more, I have summarized the guilty parties that can cause staple foods such as jeans and pullovers to feel shabby. I also picked out high-end emotional iterations for each of the fundamentals in question. Oh, and because an expensive outfit does not necessarily have to be expensive, everything underlined rings below $ 100.
Although I like a small stretch in my jeans to feel good, but not excessive stretching, because the denim then a bit too thin and unfounded for my taste. My perfect formula is either 100% cotton or 99% cotton and 1% to 2% spandex.
Thin cashmere sweaters are undoubtedly gorgeous, but if I buy a cheaper cotton pick, I tend to stick to more durable, thicker knitwear. It always feels a bit uncomfortable to me when my undershirt form pulls through the sweater and create unpleasant waves.
I'm all for a bespoke silhouette for an expensive-looking atmosphere, but I do not like those superengen, shorter blazers. A slightly laid back style that feels a bit higher and more modern to me at the moment.
According to what my colleague on the WWW recently dealt with, I skip especially simple black boots with shiny accents such as rivets and zippers, which are also visible in your face. A streamlined style (though less than $ 50) is much more luxurious.
Next, look at the cheaper wardrobe staples to buy if you want to look smart.