Have Nothing To Wear?

by | Mar 6, 2021 | Fashion

Have you ever gotten up in the morning, rummaged through your closet, and realized you have “nothing to wear”? Well, I have too, and sometimes the task of picking a unique and original outfit each day can seem very daunting. Thankfully, though, there are a few things you can do to switch up the boring clothes that are collecting dust bunnies in the back of your closet without going out and buying all new things. 

  1. Swap clothes with your friends (or siblings!)

If you are struggling to find a way to make a new, cute outfit that you’re friends haven’t seen you in before then just swap clothes with them. Get on FaceTime and go through your closets together. If you’ve ever looked at your bestie’s outfit and thought to yourself, “Wow, where did she get that shirt?”, now is the time to snatch it up! 

2. Layer Over or Roll Something Up 

When you get tired of your favorite, go-to outfit (which will eventually happen) don’t just throw it out! Maybe throw on a faux fur jacket over it, or roll up the cuff of your jeans. Or you can always throw on a scrunchie and call it a day! Find a way to add something extra to the outfit to elevate it.

3.Give your outfit a career change

Did you know that teens are the number one contributors to fast fashion? Fast fashion is where you buy an outfit one week and throw it out the next because it is no longer relevant or trendy. Well, we can put an end to that by giving our old school uniforms or tennis skirts a career change! All you have to do is change their purpose. For example, cut off the sleeves of your old elementary PE uniform, fray the edges, and call it a vintage piece! Or take an old oversized t-shirt and use it as a pajama dress. 

4. Splatter some Paint or Rip a Hole in Em’

Last tip, but most definitely not least, add a little pizazz to your piece. Go into your backyard and splatter some paint on, or do a bleach tie-dye design on your dark-washed denim. Or carefully and responsibly rip a hole and fray the ends in some overalls, or cut off half of the pant leg, completely, to achieve shortalls! (Remember to do it slowly so that you don’t ruin the whole garment completely to the point where you have to throw it out).

Photo by Andrej Lišakov on Unsplash

 

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  1. Maya Henry

    GO ELINA

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