5 Outfits That Only Look Expensive
I always pride myself in the fact that JennsInnerSpace is not only about fashion, but also a platform for women go get inspired, build themselves and pursue their dreams. However, as a lover of fashion and self proclaimed “fashion guru”, every now and again I share some fashion business and the feedback is great. Today is one of such days. Despite your body type, age or style, these five affordable outfits can fit right into your wardrobe. Tell me what you think;
The Instant Dose of Confidence
There’s no need for a tailor with this jersey dress. It skims your curves without needing to be taken in, especially with its waist-cinching draping. Paired with these bold statement heels and understated jewelry, the style is commanding yet never over-the-top.
Draped dress, $35HM.com
Cutout heels, $49JustFab.com
Teardrop earrings, $8CharmingCharlie.com
Bangle set, $13CharmingCharlie.com
The Look Street-Style Bloggers Would Envy
The secret to that art-gallery cool look? Letting one piece make the statement, like this trapeze-style crossbody bag in lipstick red. A flowy top and lightweight culottes are the perfect backdrop for this structured bag; the breezy style keeps the outfit from looking severe.
Crossbody bag, $25Forever21.com
Slip-on sandals, $17HM.com
Sleeveless top, $59Piperlime.com
The Casual-Cool Weekend Style
Looking effortlessly polished all comes down to balancing out the colors and textures that you’re wearing. The white faux-leather jacket and black camisole complement the floral-print pants, pulling the look together. Leather-like accessories (the bucket bag and slip-ons) coordinate with the jacket, but their relaxed style is the “Oh, I just threw this together” twist the outfit needs.
V-neck camisole, $16Boohoo.com
Printed pants, $65Oasis
Faux-leather jacket, $45Target.com
Slip-on sneakers, $50Gap.com
Bucket bag, $31OldNavy.com
The Stunning Alternative to an LBD
Steal Oprah’s September cover look with a one-piece that’s every bit as glam as it is comfortable. The simple silhouette is striking, especially when paired with accessories all in the same gold tone; they add a touch of glimmer without distracting from the true star of this outfit (you!).
Strappy heels, $80Piperlime.com
Collar necklace, $36Baublebar.com
Gold clutch, $58Zappos.com
The Ladylike Style That’s All in the Details
When it comes to wearing pastels, a few black accents make all the difference between coming off as feminine and like a human cupcake. That, combined with this outfit’s eye-catching details—pavé-studded earrings, delicate pleats—enrich the entire ensemble.
Lace sweater, $75Warehouse
Pleated skirt, $110JCrew.com
Stud earrings, $28Chloe & Isabel
T-strap pumps, $80SoleSociety.com