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Top 5 Fashion Hacks For Businesswomen

And, the feeling of not having anything to wear or repeating too many clothes too often is faced by every businesswoman, even when they have an overflowing closet full of clothes.

The reason why this happens is that shopping is not planned and we promptly buy something we might not even need, or we don’t use details and accessories appropriately.

Majority of businesswomen do not know how to make the most of their outfits. The problem of pairing clothes is also a huge reason which results in a closet full of useless stuff that might never be worn.

The following top 5 fashion hacks will help to get over your fashion-related problems and be efficient with your clothing. They would also help you save money, so do follow them!

  1. Own a Pair of Boyfriend Jeans
    Boyfriend jeans is that piece of clothing which can prove to be a lifesaver. You can make so many outfits with this one pair of jeans suiting every occasion from fancy to casual.
    You can pair it with a loose tee or a crop top or with a formal shirt and blazer to make an outfit appropriate for different events.
    Another hack is to fold your boyfriend jeans from the bottom to change your look completely. It is a piece of clothing that you must have. It is one of the essentials of a wardrobe of a woman and is also most trendy as of now.
  2. Bra Strap Hack
    It might happen that you can’t find your strapless bra at a particular occasion or it might even be uncomfortable; in such a situation, you need to do something about the bra straps showing as they can put the outfit off quickly.
    A great hack to prevent them from showing is to pin them up by using a safety pin or a butterfly paperclip at the back or attach it to your top-wear in a manner that it does not come out. This hack has been one of the most used by the majority of women.
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  3. Use the Versatility of a Scarf
    Scarfs form such a part of an outfit that can change the entire look. There are so many different ways to tie a scarf that you can find.
    You can also make a scarf into a bandana, and it can also be made into a carry bag. It is an addition to your look and is so versatile that you’d find a different way or create a new one that would highlight the best of your outfit.
  4. Multiple Tops for the Same Bottoms
    Mix and match are the basic rules to dress up for most women, but they also tend to prevent repeating clothes and outfits altogether.
    The top wear grabs more attention and is remembered more as compared to the bottom wear.
    Having multiple tops for the same bottom is a much more cost-effective as well as style-oriented way to shop than having different bottoms for the same top. By doing this, your outfits come off to be new and different and you also make great use of your expensive bottoms.
  5. Get Your Hands on Accessories
    Accessories form an essential part of every woman’s outfit. They have the capability to bring out the best in an outfit and also make a very simple getup into something remarkable. It is important to keep in mind to not use too many accessories at one point in time because that would undermine the whole purpose. Use minimalistic accessories which look elegant and classy, and you are good to go! Accessories can bring life to an otherwise not-so-good outfit.

Adopting the aforementioned fashion hacks for women will help you fix any type of clothing to your convenience that might not be looking workable before. These hacks also help you plan for future shopping and help you understand what you actually need and what you don’t. These fashion hacks are handy when you are about to throw some of your favorites out, thinking they aren’t of any utility anymore, and rather help you saving clothes and money both.


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Anna Papadopoulos
Editor, writer, teacher, consultant. Advocate for plain language, journalism, free speech, and tolerance. Feminist. Based in Sydney, Australia.
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