20 Amazing Tricks to Make Your Clothes Look More Expensive


You admire all those perfect and gorgeous
stars who wear stunning outfits. And you’d like to look like them, but it’s no secret
that their wardrobe can cost a fortune! Don’t despair; there are ways to make your clothes
look more expensive without spending too much money. For example… 1. Choose the right fabric
There’s no denying the fact that natural silk, cashmere, and leather look really chic, but
they’re usually pricey. Still, you can find affordable alternatives that don’t look cheap.
Items made of linen, faux suede, and cotton are your best choice because they’re usually
high-quality. It’s better to avoid synthetic materials since they can lose their shape
easily. When it comes to polyester, it’s kind of a tricky one – its quality varies from
item to item. So before buying, you should examine the clothes closely to make sure they
look and feel good on your skin. 2. Go for color unity
If you follow fashion, then you’ve probably noticed that designers come up with sets of
clothing that share the same color family quite often. So if you want to come to haute
couture, pick up a few colors that you like the most, and choose clothes of similar shades
for your wardrobe. Such outfits will definitely make you look more put-together and elegant.
Besides, you’ll spend less time getting ready in the morning since everything matches. Win-win! 3. Get a white shirt.
Any wardrobe is incomplete without this item! A white shirt made of high-quality material
that comes in a cut that suits your figure will make any outfit look perfect. It’s one
of the basics and complements almost any style. But here’s the important thing – make sure
your shirt is actually white, because dull whites can instantly drag an outfit down. 4. Don’t neglect the handbag
When it comes to accessories, a handbag is really one of the most important; it makes
the whole outfit look polished. No matter how strong the temptation is, try to avoid
buying fakes. When you’re on a budget, it’s better to find something original and unique.
Look for a handbag in neutral colors that matches most of your outfits and avoid those
with contrasting clasps, fringes, folds, or embroidery because usually these details are
concealing bad quality. 5. No faded colors
Your favorite red blouse isn’t so red anymore? It’s time to say goodbye without regret! If
you don’t want to ruin your image and look cheap, get rid of the clothes with washed-out
colors. To keep all your garments looking beautiful, make sure you wash them carefully
and pay attention to the instructions on the tags. 6. Fit is the key
There’s nothing worse (okay, a few other things) than an ill-fitting outfit. It can
happen even if you’ve chosen the right size because – shocker – one size doesn’t fit
all. But you can always save the situation with just a couple of stitches by a tailor.
That’s how cheap clothes can end up looking much better on you than an outfit from a famous
designer. 7. Don’t overuse perfume
Fragrance is the last detail that finishes your outfit. Perfume can tell a lot about
a person, just like clothing and accessories. It can highlight your style, taste, and individuality.
But it’s better not to use too much perfume if you have to be on public transport or in
a building for a long time. A classy lady always respects other people’s private space! 8. When in doubt choose beige.
This classically neutral color somehow has the power to magically make you look more
luxurious and trendy. What’s more, you can effortlessly match it with almost any color.
That’s why a lot of women who strive to have a perfect image often own a beige coat
that’s never out of fashion. 9. Don’t forget about grooming
A famous designer, Karl Lagerfeld, once said, “You can look perfect and elegant even wearing
jeans and a T-shirt.” So while you get inspiration from fashion icons and follow style tips,
don’t forget that clothes aren’t the be-all end-all. The way you look also depends on
your body shape, your skin condition, and makeup. Work on your appearance and you’ll
feel confident and beautiful in any clothes! 10. Be careful with prints
It’s totally fine to incorporate prints into your wardrobe if you go for classic ones
like stripes, dots, and leopard print. They’re basically timeless. But all others are hard
to combine with other clothes and might even be unflattering depending on your figure type.
Also, don’t buy the item if the print is broken – the pattern should assemble well
at the seams. 11. Avoid visible zippers
To tell the quality of a garment, you should look not only at its fabric, but its accessories
as well. Visible zippers are an obvious giveaway to cheap clothes. The zipper should be covered
or at least the color of all its parts should be similar to the fabric. 12. Tuck in your clothes
Of course, you want to look polished and casual at the same time. As if you haven’t spent
a few hours getting ready, right? But a loose shirt will probably give you an incomplete
look. In most cases, it’s better to tuck in any top garment. It will make your outfit
more cohesive and – as a bonus – highlight your waist. 13. Wrinkled clothes are a big “no”
Nothing screams “sloppy” as much as wrinkled clothes! And trust me – there’s no way
other people won’t notice it. I get that ironing isn’t the most exciting thing to
do, but if you want to look impeccable, you just have to do it. No matter how much your
outfit costs, it’ll definitely look much better when it’s neat and smooth. 14. Don’t forget about underwear
Even the most luxurious outfit can be ruined by visible panty lines. To avoid this pesky
situation, you can either choose shapewear that’ll make you look slimmer or try basic
thongs that look smooth underneath any clothing item. However, your bra matters too. Get a
pair of silicone bra cups that’ll let you rock backless and strapless dresses or blouses. 15. Change the buttons
Any regular shirt, cardigan, or coat can be transformed into something more elegant by
simply changing the buttons. Cheap clothes usually come with plastic buttons, but you
can easily replace them with glass, wooden, or metal buttons. You can find some really
interesting options at sewing shops, or even your grandmothers’ sewing cabinet. You can
even use buttons from old clothes you don’t wear anymore. 16. Make a blazer your best friend
When you want a more chic style, you absolutely don’t have to change your whole wardrobe.
Sometimes all it takes is a few new items. One of them is definitely a blazer. A classic
one in a neutral color will make you look more put-together, while a bright one will
bring extra life into your outfit. 17. Manage your priorities
It’s more sensible to invest money in your basic wardrobe than in clothes for special
occasions, and trendy items. You wear basic clothing almost every day, so it’s important
to get it in the best affordable quality. And while that hot-pink princess dress looks
stunning, you’ll only get to wear it once, so don’t splurge your whole paycheck on
it. 18. Throw on some sunglasses
I have no idea how it works, but putting on sunglasses instantly makes your whole outfit
look better. Maybe that’s something the celebrities started, who knows. If you’re
in doubt which to choose, always go for classic, oversized black shades. They complement almost
any outfit regardless of the style. 19. Get a pair of pointy shoes
When it comes to footwear, you don’t need to revamp your entire shoe collection; but
it’s a great idea to get a classic pair of pointed shoes. Going from a rounded toe
to a pointy shoe changes an outfit in the blink of an eye. A pointy toe shows that you
mean business and adds that extra elegant detail. 20. Pay attention to the hardware
True chic style is all about the small details that most people tend to overlook. Take a
look at the color of metal zippers on your clothes, shoes, bags, and jewelry. Make sure
they match. The same goes for a belt buckle. Pick one hardware item that will be the baseline,
and choose all others to go with it. For example, if you have a yellow gold necklace, all other
hardware in your outfit should be of the same hue. Not that big a deal, right? But trust
me, it’ll bring that perfect subtle harmony to your look. Do you know any other tips that help you look
stunning without breaking your bank account? Let me know down in the comments! If you learned
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100 comments

  1. قال رسول الله ﷺ (( بلغوا عني ولو آية ))

    ريتويت بالخير تأتيك البركة

  2. If you love bright side make this turn blue
    👇………..

    Im on the road to 3k.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  3. 1. Choose the right fabric
    2. Go for color unity (choose cloths of similar colors)
    3. Get a white shirt (crisp whites)
    4. Don't neglect the handbag
    5. No faded colors
    6. Cloths that fit is the key
    7. Don't overuse perfume
    8. When in doubt, choose beige
    9. Don't forget about grooming
    10. Be careful with prints
    11. Avoid visible zippers
    12. Tuck in your cloths
    13. Wrinkled cloths are a big NO
    14. Don't forget about underwear
    15. Change the buttons
    16. Make a blazer your best friend
    17. Manage your priorities
    18. Throw on some sunglasses
    19. Get a pair of pointy shoes
    20. Pay attention to the hardware

    My pleasure! 😉

  4. Guys can yall plz like my comment i never get more than 1 like

    Like it👍👇

    Thx u have a amazing day🤗😊😁

  5. One must be comfortable with what he/she is wearing…….
    Sometimes to look richer and smarter people start following others without thinking of their comfort zones and after that start feeling awkward, it even worsens the situation while they have spent a huge amount…..
    So one must not forget or neglect his/her own individuality

  6. in a video of bright side that says 'most harmful footwears that can damage your feet'also includes pointed sandles

  7. I was always too broke to buy anything, so I started hunting in thrift stores…all through my 20s and 30s I amassed tons of designer clothes, a lot of them had the tags still on. Cashmere, silk, linen and cotton were what I learned to find by feeling the fabric. It was like a treasure hunt and my favorite find was a 6000.00 channel dress from Paris that I picked up for about 9 dollars. It was incredibly tiny, so I sent it to my size 00 niece and it was her lucky dress ever after. I finally wrote an article on finding high fashion at the thrift stores and launched my writing career. It doesn't matter what you buy, really, if you love wearing it, you will look beautiful!

  8. The thumbnail was like,
    Find the difference between the two pictures.
    And I figured out it.
    It was 15th tip.
    Did anybody figured out?????

  9. Anyone can explaim why every bright side video thumbnail has two same image compared?

    Edit:Oh wait, this One Is actually different!

  10. Letttt me telll u It actuallly…..needs a rich to try alllllllll the outfits u mentioned…..wellllll thumbs up for the video👍👍👍👍

  11. awesome tips:D
    Are you looking how you can make some extra money on side? 🙂

    Any good people that can help reach 5k? 😉

  12. TIMESTAMPS:
    Choose the right fabric 0:23
    Go for color unity 1:04
    Get a white shirt 1:34
    Don't neglect the handbag 2:01
    No faded colors 2:33
    Fit is the key 2:57
    Don’t overuse perfume 3:23
    When in doubt choose beige 3:50
    Don’t forget about grooming 4:13
    Be careful with prints 4:43
    Avoid visible zippers 5:10
    Tuck in your clothes 5:32
    Wrinkled clothes are a big “no” 5:56
    Don’t forget about underwear 6:22
    Change the buttons 6:51
    Make a blazer your best friend 7:18
    Manage your priorities 7:41
    Throw on some sunglasses 8:07
    Get a pair of pointy shoes 8:30
    Pay attention to the hardware 8:54

  13. You dont ALWAYS need pointy shoes. They can hurt your feet over time. You can decorate your feet with nice normal sneakers or shoes that are comfortable. Also, converse!!!

  14. I know no one will read this, but if a single person read this, it would make my day💙May god bless you and make all of your dreams and wishes cone true, have a great week! I work my hardest to become a big YouTuber💙I know same doesn't happen over night 💙 wish me lucl😘

  15. No, I don't admire these so called celebrities, who are mostly – let's be charitable – not the brightest bulbs in the box. And no, I don't want to look so "cookie cutter" like them.
    I want to look like me, with all my unique flaws and positives. And I do and will wear what I want not what someone else forces on us under the banner of "fashionable" and laughing all the way to the bank. Be yourself!

  16. "When you're on a budget, it's always good to buy something original". Instead of cheap, how does this make sense again?

  17. Above all, be comfortable! Others can always tell when someone is uncomfortable because they chose to wear an uncomfortable piece of clothing or accessorie.

  18. I think that men can find some of these tips helpful. For instance, the tip about fragrance. Let's stick to that adage of less is more.

  19. Thanks for the video… I gained some knowledge on wearing outfits. Im very bad at my outfits. Do more videos on outfits.. If u do a video for dark skinned people, it will be very helpful..

  20. For black cotton skirts, shirts, yoga pants and jeans that I do not want to fade, I use black Rit brand fabric dye. It is more permanent than the original dye in many faded black cottons. Pinks fade fast so I also keep a bright pink Rit dye in my laundry room.

  21. Correction, the first thing you put on is perfume. Out the shower, So it stays on. And don’t forget the nape of your neck for when someone leans in to give you a hug. It will also go on the collar of your shirt For a nice breeze when you walk by

  22. Cashmere is fur painfully ripped out of suffering bunnies and goats. Please revise material. Animals are not ours to wear. Abuse or torture.

  23. Talking about making things look expensive and showing girls in Daisy Dukes and polyester crop top from a fast fashion store?
    Expensive linen clothing wrinkles.
    Pointy shoes are painful and damage your feet, lower back and make your face look haggard because of that.
    Beige makes many people look drab and washed out.

  24. I prefer solid white T-shirts . I do have a few solid colors. I do minor. alterations . . I make the blazer shorter the skirts a little more fitting not too tight . I color my shoes to match my outfit. Nail polish or semi gloss wall paint will color leather shoes very well. ( Do not mix nail polish with wall paint. ) It must be done neatly and clean especially sandals. Different colors of nail polish or semi gloss paint can be mixed to get the right color you need. It maybe necessary to mix colors with white paint to get the right color you need also . Some hardware stores have small cans if sample colors of paint. I get lots of complements for my shoes and shoe' s colors. I do not always reveal my secret for coloring my shoes. I like dressing up looking professionally I also agree with and like this video a lot.

  25. Another tip is to get a good manicure! People notice this too. Something about scarves too… Summer versus winter tips? Hopefully someone reads these comments. Thanks for the time and effort to do this presentation. I know you can't cover everything so another video?

  26. #11 : there was a designer with very expensive clothes that featured obvious zippers.
    #13 : Linen (expensive) does nothing BUT wrinkle, it's suppoed to!

  27. I mix High street pieces With vintage. I also mix High street With some more affordable designers pieces like shona Joy

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