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Style Closet: Be Chic in Any Budget!

By Tinacolada @StyleScribbles
As the holidays arrive, we struggle to maintain our style for the endless parties we attend and in turn sometimes forget how hard it is to not blow away the entire wallet but still look fab!
No matter what your budget is, this year, lets promise ourselves to build a steady and classic wardrobe within our shopping capacity.
A very simple way to start with, as I often do myself, is to go online and window shop your favorite big designer labels, make a note of what you like, what's in style and the price it comes with.
Next, go around your budget friendly stores' websites and look around for similar outfits/ jewelry as in the expensive stores ( that you picked earlier ).
Try to create looks by mixing a jacket/ coat with a couple different dresses/ skirts/ pants to get more out of a single purchase. Similarly, pair a staple wardrobe essential ( like an old pencil skirt or a crisp shirt from your existing wardrobe ) with a number of different pieces to mix-and-match different looks.
Keep a nice pair of heels and a pair of flats/ boots ( as weather permits ) in a metallic hue or classic black that you can wear with a lot many outfits.
A descent evening clutch and a neutral/ metallic colored day bag will go a long way too. Play around with jewelry and accessories and make it work for you without feeling broke but always being stylish!
An example on how to create looks in any budget:  
Chic NOT Cheap
Chic NOT Cheap by stylescribbles featuring a bronze clutch

H&M glitter sequin dress, 21 CAD / Hervé Léger sequin dress, 2,230 CAD / Burberry trench coat, 1,150 CAD / Dorothy Perkins tall coat, 98 CAD / Jimmy Choo glitter pumps, 520 CAD / Nine West high heels, 150 CAD / Miss Selfridge oversized clutch handbag, 38 CAD / Oscar de la Renta bronze clutch, 2,005 CAD / Hermès bracelets jewelry, 132,300 CAD / Wallis bangle bracelet, 12 CAD / MNG by Mango wide black belt, 15 CAD

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