The Simple Chic Look

In a world where fashion options are endless, it can be easy to get overwhelmed when deciding what to wear. Most likely, your closet is a hodgepodge of patterns, colors, textures, and trends—which can be pretty daunting morning after morning when you’re heading to work (or anywhere, for that matter).

But the truth is, there are a few secrets to looking great every day, while also building a cohesive and functional wardrobe that will stand the test of time (and trends). Here are four rules I’ve learned That will make sure you always look chic.

1. Dress in Three Colors at Even if you’re mixing textures, patterns, or prints—as long you keep everything to no more than three colors, the other mixing will look intentional (not like you got dressed in the dark). Not only does this tip help make you look effortlessly chic, it also helps narrow down your options when you’re picking out outfits in a rush. Not to mention, it makes packing a breeze!

There are a few pointers to remember when implementing this rule. First of all, white doesn’t necessarily have to count as one of your colors. So, if you’re wearing black pants, a red blazer, and a white shirt you could potentially add one more color without ruining the overall aesthetic. Also, busy prints (with more than three colors) only count as one color. Just keep the rest of your outfit super simple and only incorporate colors that are in the print.

This tip may seem almost too easy, but once I started putting it into practice, I realized that it really does make all the difference.
The idea is—even if you’re mixing textures, patterns, or prints—as long you keep everything to no more than three colors, the other mixing will look intentional (not like you got dressed in the dark). Not only does this tip help make you look effortlessly chic, it also helps narrow down your options when you’re picking out outfits in a rush. Not to mention, it makes packing a breeze!

There are a few pointers to remember when implementing this rule. First of all, white doesn’t necessarily have to count as one of your colors. So, if you’re wearing black pants, a red blazer, and a white shirt you could potentially add one more color without ruining the overall aesthetic. Also, busy prints (with more than three colors) only count as one color. Just keep them rest of your outfit super simple and only incorporate colors that are in the print.

This tip may seem almost too easy, but once I started putting it into practice, I realized that it really does make all the difference
It takes less to be simple and classy. Try my looks and share your thoughts with me on this post.

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The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

The Simple Chic Look by akosua vee fashion

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