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Shabby Chic Style

To be able to dress in shabby chic style, you have to think antique. Choose antique-looking dresses and blouses. You can buy these at second-hand stores or you can just ransack the closet of you mother or grandmother. Wear something in brown, bronze, black, and gold. Neutral colors such as gray, charcoal, beige, old rose, navy, burgundy, camel, mustard, chocolate, ivory, lavender, and yellow are also favorable. These colors represent the shabby chic style. Avoid bright colors as much as possible. You may also grab some faded jeans since faded hues are a part of shabby style’s allure. You may want to choose skinny jeans, though. These jeans are casual and very stylish. They are not sloppy either. If you prefer skirts, nonetheless, choose pieces that are flowing.

Another aspect of the shabby chic style is layering. Layered clothes make this style unique and distinguished. However, even if the shabby chic style does not conform to the trend, it still follows the basics of aesthetics. So, you have to be more concerned on looking good than being trendy. Layer your shirts, camisoles, hoodies, and sweaters; but you must always consider the color, the texture, and the weight of the fabrics you are using. You can even layer your accessories and jewelries.

Speaking of accessories and jewelries, antique earrings best enhance the shabby chic style. Choose pieces that are big and brown or bronze and dangling. Pair them with your old camisole or skirt. You may also ask for your mother’s old bracelets and rings. In addition, look for unusual jewelries in flea markets, thrift stores, and even online stores. Seed bead bracelets, chandelier earrings, lockets, ribbon chokers, and plain bands are the finest. Express yourself through your bracelets, rings, earrings, and necklaces.