Therein, each one of our closets, lie artistic components: blazers, blouses, slacks, dresses- you name it. The mixing of colors, patterns, textures, and silhouettes is art; fashion is art. There is art in dressing. There are no rules. Just infinite articles and combinations. a² + b² = c²
As a makeup artist, I’m terrible at math and my budget is about as complicated as the Pythagorem theorem. I’ve discovered that wardrobe additions are not always the answer, no matter how appealing the price tag. The real solution lies in creatively, mixing and maximize your wardrobe and owning the fashion pieces that belong to you. I’ve etched out three guidelines to help awaken your inner artist, while staying true to the fashionista in you. The ultimate challenge is not painting your wardrobe in another light, but being bold enough to post a repeat in the social media spotlight.
It’s a piece that just speaks to your soul and makes a statement. Regardless of price, you just can’t stop thinking about it and know you’ll never find anything else like it like it. Statement pieces bring character to you wardrobe, defining your style. Ask yourself thes questions as a tactic to eliminate impulsive, frivolous purchases.
Make it a rainy day tradition, to spend the day trolling your closet, mixing pieces to create ready-to-wear outfits. This maximizes wardrobe pieces and elimates fashion mental blocks, ultimately saving you time when getting dressed.
By bringing home only items that you love, whether the reasoning be fit or fashion influenced, you elimate the chance of introducing items that don’t flow with your vibe. If you love everything you own, you’ll be eager to wear every piece, optimizing each article by seeing endless possibilities. If you instead find your self overlooking or disqualifity articles, it’s time to re-evaluate your motives. Sale tags should not be the driving force.
Kelly Mahoney Photography NYC
That is the #ArtofDressing