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Fashionista NOW: How To Spruce Up Your Basics In Style?

Trends come and go and to follow them blindly is ultimately the tackiest thing to do. Learn how you can turn your most basic ensembles around with just some minor sprucing up.

The most fashionable of us don’t necessarily be in the spreads of fashion magazine or runways. They’re everyday people with everyday concerns. The style they ooze out come as a bonus that comes by way of their individuality.

Closets of our typical Janes are normally cluttered with basic neutral pieces in mostly whites, blacks, browns that are understandably safe choices for when a dash out to the grocery store is more likely a highlight of the week than the chance of hanging out with glittery celebrities at showy events.

But even the most intense of wallflowers know what magic a little sprucing up of the basics will do. And we’re not talking about major sprucing here at all and nothing that will break your bank, as long as you’re not brand-obsessed.

We’re talking about just a pop of color, a tease of prints or some unexpected arrangement of studs on a blouse or shoes to give your most basic ensembles a turn-around from being too run-of-the-mill and sickeningly predictable.

Below you will find lookbookers in their most basic clothing remixed with a little something unexpected. Sprucing up you most basic ensembles reflects a keen eye for detail and the littlest details do turn the simplest outfit around don’t you think?

Are you all about rocking basic pieces and spicing them up with interesting details? How do you characterize your individual style? Share below, please.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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