Clothing Guide 101: Series Introduction

Why is there a clothing guide?

The clothing guide provides fashion and clothing tips for almost every occasion. It is also a pre-step to discover how dressing well makes you feel better! This particular one covers the following:

  • Fashion Tips For Women
  • Clothing Tips for Men
  • Clothing Your Children
  • Choosing The Right Jeans For Your Body Type
  • Lingerie
  • How to Wear a Mini Skirt
  • The Basic T-Shirt
  • What Women Should Wear At Office
  • Standards of Looking Great

So let’s move on:

Mix and Match

Girls and teens want to look sharp and fashion-forward. Fashion trends change every season, but there are certain basic items of girl’s clothes that everyone wants in their wardrobe.

Key pieces can be combined to create many different looks. While denim jeans are a staple in most wardrobes, the style of jeans changes regularly. Low rise jeans with straight legs may have been popular in 2005, within a year or so, a high waisted jean with wide legs come forth.

Though each teen may choose her own style and not care about what is popular, the current trendy styles are what will be found in the stores. Either start shopping at your favorite local mall or read fashion magazines to know the current fashion trend.

Jeans are a great basic because they can be worn in so many ways. Add a t-shirt, sweater or plain shirt with sneakers or flat shoes for casual wear. The same jeans can also be dressed up nicely with a fancy blouse or a camisole with a jacket and heels.

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Other key wardrobe pieces are tank tops, turtlenecks, khakis, shorts, slacks, skirts, sundresses, and blazers. The styles and colors of these items also change from season to season. Skirt lengths go up and down, with both a short skirt and a longer style usually in fashion at the same time.

Pick what you like that fits your budget and don’t worry much about durability. The quality of girl’s clothes makes less difference because styles change so quickly. Girls will tire of their clothes long before they wear out. Even so, check the label for laundry instructions. Washable clothes are easier and cheaper to maintain than dry clean only.

Experiment to find your own style

One of the nicest things about teen apparel (and of being a teenager in general) is the freedom to experiment. Even the simplest outfit of jeans and a t-shirt can be an expression of the wearer’s personality. Jeans now come in an array of colors. Some have decorative rivets, while others display fancy embroidered designs. Even the way the pockets are arranged can be a decorative element.

T-shirts

A t-shirt can be a plain solid color with a round neck or a v-neck. It can be striped or patterned. It can display a message, either for or against a cause, showing off its manufacturer or just saying something amusing. Thus, the shirt can be a fashion statement, a personal statement or a political statement – you choose.

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Accessories

But the biggest part of the teen apparel experiment comes through accessories. These can be found in department stores and clothing shops as well as in specialty stores that carry nothing else. When selecting shoes, fit and comfort may be sacrificed to style. This may not be a good tradeoff depending on what activities you plan to pursue while wearing them. Be sure to try on both shoes as most people have one foot that is slightly larger than the other.

Shoes

Shoes can be made of leather, imitation leather, cloth, and other materials. Leather shoes are usually the most expensive, but they last the longest. Before making a big investment in shoes, think about how long you believe they will suit your taste, style, and wardrobe and how long you might want to keep wearing them.

Handbags

The handbag or purse is another great accessory. Modern style gurus no longer require matching your purse to your shoes, so go wild. Get a giant bag or a mini-backpack for everyday wear so you can carry all of your stuff. Pick a tiny, shiny bag for that night on the town. As long as it’s big enough for your keys, lipstick, money, and cellphone, it will work.

Consider your activity of the day

Finally, forget the bag and go for a belt pouch if you plan an active day. These come in an array of styles and colors like other purses. And when you’re ready to get fancy, remember that you can add jewelry, gloves, hats, scarves and more to personalize your look completely.

That’s it for the introduction! Til the next part of this Clothing Guide 101 series. See you then…

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Clothing Guide 101: Series Introduction

Introduction of Clothing Guide 101 Series
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