Styling Tips to Help You Stop Stressing About Dressing

How To Shop In your Closet – Step 2

 

If you followed Step 1 in my how to shop in your closet system of editing your clothes, you have already removed the tops that were to short.Are Your Pants Too Short?

Step #2: Review all your pants and skirts to see if any are too short for you now.

The best skirt length for most women would be the middle or right below the knee. Anything long or too short, will most probably look dated and not be flattering. The skirts that fall into that category probably have not even been worn in years anyway, right?

The best pant length, for men and women would be long enough to not show your socks when standing. Too short pants make your legs look awkwardly short, visually widen your body,and well here is that word again, looks dated.

So how simple is this? Take out the tops, skirts and pants that are too short, and you will already see a huge difference in being able to find what you are looking for, and be able to create more outfits that you will be happy with.

“I wanted to thank you for all the time and effort you spent helping me get my closet in order. For the past few years I have felt ‘out of style’ and with my career attire drifting from business to business casual and sometimes even casual, many of my spur of the moment clothing buys never seemed to mesh with the other clothes already in my closet. I was feeling desperate for a new look and under your direction was amazed by the transformation. Turns out the right jacket cut and blouse color can turn drab into wow. Without a doubt your great wardrobe stylist suggestions, eye for color and clothing expertise helped guide me to a new look I love. Whether I leave home for business, pleasure or errands I feel great knowing I’m looking my best!”

Want to get more tips on how to improve your image? Be sure to click here to get 5 Secrets to Instantly Improve Your Image.

Schedule your FREE Get Acquainted Call to find out how I can show you how to always know what to wear.

Copyright © 2019 Scarlett Image™, All Rights Reserved

THIS BLOG claims no credit for any images posted on this site unless otherwise noted. Images on this blog are copyright to its respectful owners. If there is an image appearing on this blog that belongs to you and do not wish for it appear on this site, please E-mail with a link to said image and it will be promptly removed.
© Scarlett De Bease. All rights reserved.