Andra Naylor for Second City Style Magazine
I’ve been reading a lot about shopping your own wardrobe and
recession-proofing your closet. Or in other words, not buying new
things. But after extensive research (i.e. my shopping spree this past
weekend), I truly believe that people will still spend money on new
things, they’ll just be smarter about what they purchase. After all, shopaholics will always have to shop.
Of the many tips I’ve heard and tried, I think one of the best is to invest in accessories – a smart way to update any look.
A new belt can drastically change the appearance of a classic dress and
the right scarf can dress up a simple jeans and tee ensemble. So, help
stimulate the economy and spend your money wisely on the latest
Add an exotic texture to your outfit with J. Crew’s luxurious, yet casual “Jane” Ballet Flats ($395 at jcrew.com). Classy enough for a work suit or the perfect finish to jeans and a sweater. Or mix and match Ted Rossi Python Bangles on your wrist to add a little edge (Small Ivory Bracelet, $95 at vivre.com). Also available in silver, gold, bronze or natural.
Read more "Accessorize And Glamorize" here.
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