You don’t have to your replace your wardrobe every year to be on-trend, it can be expensive. Also, by trading in each of your 2017 outfits, for 2018 clothes, is not the only way to keep up with the latest trends. The best solution is for you to be creative with styles of the previous year and evolving them into the trendy, this year’s clothes.
Although you may have the urge to splurge on this year’s new and hottest styles, you should try a budget-friendly way by taking advantage of the clothes we already own. Don’t go out to the mall and use your paycheck on new outfits to be trendy. Here are the tips on how to try new outfits with last years’ trends.
Crop Top To Bralette
The crop tops had become very popular in 2017, and it was a MUST have attire for most of the ladies. With this year unfolding, it is evident that bralettes and bras are making a comeback. You don’t have purchase a bralette since you can opt for the shortest crop tops in your closet to adapt to the current trend.
“Mixed Prints” To Florals
Last year was common with blouses with a mixed print, which was like an impulse buy that turned out to be salvage. The current trend in 2018, is blouses with bold and floral print. Since the two seem to resemble, you can wear you last year’s mixed-print blouses and still look stylish. You can also try something custom if you’re have a sports team. When you need custom team apparel, florals can be a great way to get that team motivation and style.
Bermuda Shorts To Baggy Denim Shorts
The Bermuda shorts are a baggy kind of shorts that was trendy in 2017, especially for those ladies who don’t prefer the short shorts. Even though those Hawaiian-print Bermuda shorts are excellent, the denim shorts are still sticking around in 2018. For summer, ladies love the denim shorts since they are baggy, but you can put on your baggy Bermuda shorts and look current while enjoying the pleasure of saving money.
The ‘60s Look To The Full Skirt
In 2017, most summer/spring runways were graced by both the shift shape and the color-blocking of the ‘60s which was a nostalgic turn. This year, vintage is classic, and if you happened to be feeling vintage last year, then it is time to…