Look Expensive This Fall. I love Fall. It’s the perfect time to get in the Holiday spirit, buy cute sweaters, and drink a glass of red wine watching the sunset. It’s really the best time of the year!
I have a few tips to help you and your wardrobe look expensive this Fall (without spending too much). We all want to look our best around the Holiday season. Looking expensive makes us feel good, so here are some tips!
Check out Amazon Fashion
Look expensive this Fall by shopping on amazon fashion! It’s my new secret weapon. This dress is a $700 designer dupe. I also wore this dress and everyone thought it was from Neiman Marcus! If you have time to search, it’s a gold mine.
Don’t have time to search? Linked all of my outfits for your convenience. A lot of them are amazon fashion finds or really other great stores.
The perfect grey sweater was only $33 on amazon and checks all the boxes for the best fall sweater!
Shop Your Closet
You would be surprised with how many clothes you (most likely) already own. Dig out all your favorite Fall clothes. Start mixing and matching and coming up with new outfit ideas. Personally, I love browsing Pinterest for inspiration. Taking clothes you already own and styling them a different way will refresh your wardrobe without spending a penny!
Tip: Look expensive by taking solid color sweaters and pairing them with jeans and heels. Solid colors tend to look more upscale than patterns!
Focus on Accessories
Look expensive this Fall by pairing affordable clothes with designer accessories. It’s no secret that I love shoes & handbags. They go a long way!
Here are the best stores to get discounts on luxury goods:
I shop there ALL the time. It’s the main reason I have so many designer items. Pair a designer item with an amazon fashion find and your entire outfit will seem expensive and high fashion.
Photography: Monica Aguinaga
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