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Professional stylist Susan Bigsby shows you how she updated older pieces of her wardrobe into a new, updated outfit.
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How to Update Your Wardrobe Classics
Hello! On behalf of TVlesson.com, I am a professional stylist Susan Bigsby with SusanBigsby.com. I like to talk to you about updating your old, favorite wardrobe classics. The keyword here is classics but those you’ve had for a while. You may want to think about wearing them new ways because everything we have been accustomed to through the years is being worn differently now. It is a new way of thinking. So, I want to talk to you about some of these key items you may want to find in your wardrobe. They may already be there.
This little black top actually is my own design and I’ve had them for four years, perfect underpinning for any jacket, any black top that fits closely, that has a nice neckline and has a nice underpinning.
Skinny pants are all the rage this year but be careful about your choice in skinny pants. You want to find those if your legs are not so thin like mine are. You do not want them so slim that they hug every little part of your leg. This little pant, I’ve had it for maybe five years. They’re a nice designer brand and ankle length and shorter pants are quite the rage this year. So, they look great with this three-year-old leopard shoes with a great wedge that I happen to have had in my closet for a very long time. They looked terrific with this skinny pants and this top.
So, I am going to add a little bit more bling now. Take your classic black patent belt. Instead of putting it at your waist like we’ve probably done all these years, let us put a little higher this time, maybe even right under the bust. Let the air out. Do not you’re your breath in when you tighten it because you want it as tight as possible. Fasten it. It stays right there if it’s nice and tight as opposed to having it worn on your waist. Put your military style jacket on. It is in every store this season. This one happens to be 15-years- old. Now, look at the style, the new style with these old classics, with this fabulous look that who knew? I never put this together before. It looks great.
On behalf of TVlesson.com, I am Susan Bigsby. Thanks for watching