Stylish & Affordable Upgrades To Jazz Up Any Wardrobe
Sep 03, 2013 21:26
You don't have to spend a fortune to upgrade your style. All you need is to know where to look, what to get and how to work within your budget. Below are a couple of stylish recommendations for the Fall of 2013:
A simple accent like J.Crew pocket square ($45) is a subtle way of letting others know that you know what you're doing, fashion-wise.
A traditional university scarf like this updated striped wool model from Fahlgren ($85) is a nice extra touch.
Vibrantly hued socks aren't just for summer. You can introduce bolder shades like these Paul Stuart socks ($39) into your
rotation for fall.
These Hook + Albert laces ($8 per pair) can give your boring office a whole new look for not a lot of money.
You might not have that extensive watch collection you want yet, but it still pays to invest in an extra strap or two to fool others into thinking that you do. We recommend this watch strap ($70) from Triwa.
These faded jeans ($70) from Gap perfectly captures that well-worn look without the wear and tear.
Perfect for the weekend, this AllSaints cotton T-shirt ($70) provides just enough detail without looking too flashy.
The rich texture of this 1901 tie ($40) is not only ideal for fall but will also pair well with everything else that's already in your closet.
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