Every morning, I always have a debate in my mind whether what kind of outfit I should wear. I have this way of not planning in advance or constantly thinking about it because I want to develop and create it in an organic way and with spontaneity. I based it on my mood, the weather or whatever feels natural to wear that day. I love it when it goes naturally because your outfit will look effortless and not forced, like you’re trying way too hard. Instinct plays a very vital role in choosing the clothes of your back. It may sound like you’re taking fashion too seriously but we live in the world where people are judge as first by the way we look, right? First impressions last and if you present yourself well, people will remember you in good way.
The memo for this season is “less is more.” Minimalism is the new black and maximalist is in the state of fashion oblivion for now. If you’re wondering on how you can make your look stylish by just wearing let’s say, 3 pieces of clothing, then accessorize is the answer. Belt buckles are now back on the runway with the help of designers, such as Stella McCartney and Chloé. They have resurrected it and made it look trendy and fashionable. If you’re dressing up for fall, by wearing a simple gray cashmere sweater and distressed denim jeans, why not put a hint of masculinity by adding an automotive design belt buckle? If you’re out with some friends in some chichi rendezvous why not wear your little black dress with a rhinestone belt buckle to add a little sparkle to your classic piece. But you know, we all have those days, like we feel so lazy to even think about what clothes we wear that we just end up grabbing whatever our eyes first lay on. If you happened to wear just a simple t shirt and some shorts then toughen the look by wearing a skull belt buckle to add some attitude in your semi dull ensemble.
If you’re in the mood to dress up or just want to keep it simple, there’s no reason to look boring because you can add some belt buckles to elevate your outfit. There’s no need to stress on different clothes to wear or pile up some chunky accessories from head to toe. Sometimes, you just have to keep it simple and look put-together because as they say, the devil is in the details.