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1. Create an inspiration board of the looks you love.

More or less, when you have a vision board of you outfit goals, figuring out your style for every day will be easier. Pinterest is a good place to mine photos of looks you love.


2. Follow style influencers on Instagram.
Similar to having an inspiration board, filling your Instagram feed with on point ootds will help you create stylish outfits faster. You get to dissect the elements of their outfit, which you can refer to when you raid your closet.


3. Add an unexpected element.
While it will be tempting to stick to neutral and basic outfits, putting on a colored or printed piece will make things more interesting. Keep it to a one-item limit if you want to play it safe.


4. Identify your hero pieces.
Once you know your favorite items and wardrobe staples, it will be effortless to put together winning outfits.

5. Take pics of your notable outfits.
Do you remember wearing an ensemble where people keep on showering you with flattering comments? When you have a photo of that amazing outfit, you know what works well, and you can use it as a style reference in the future.

PHOTO: Instagram @walkinwonderland

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