Updating your look
If you need inspiration, check out Instagram or Pinterest for the latest trends.
Acrylic nails are more expensive than a basic manicure, but they’ll last longer and usually you can pick adorable add-on’s like rhinestones or even fur (we aren’t sure how we feel about the last one though).
We all have that one friend/roomie with impeccable style.
She just seems to wake up and walk to class like she’s a runway model for Balenciaga, while you struggle to remember pants for your 10 a.m. To switch up your look, just ask your stylish friend if you can borrow some pieces from her closet.
Remember when we all wore clip-on or stick-on earrings before our parents allowed us to get our ears pierced? Faux piercings are still available on sites like Etsy.
“I bought fake nose hoops on Etsy and they were super cheap and so cute,” says Sarah, a junior at Temple University.
And if you're going to belt a coat or a blazer, look for one that's one or two sizes larger than normal.
9) Pretty, grown-up makeup complements the season's sophistication.
Makeup bloggers like I Covet Thee are also a great resource for finding dupes for luxury makeup brands like Lorac and M. ” Just a simple change can give you a major confidence boost, and that’s what really matters.Don’t be scared of change, especially since you know that it doesn’t cost too much or do much damage. There's something about the turn of a calendar year or a change in season that makes everyone crave dramatic change, especially when it comes to physical appearance.4) Invest in two luxurious T-shirts in silk-and-cashmere blends (the Row and T by Alexander Wang make excellent versions) to wear beneath fall's voluminous knits.5) If you choose only one leather piece this season, make it a biker jacket or narrow pants, whichever you'll wear more often.
You don’t need to buy new clothes to get a new look.