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Transform Your Outfit the Easy Way

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I bet I have your attention now, right? Because we all want to look good. We all want to transform our outfits. And we all want it to be easy. Can I get an amen?? Well, all of this is possible. Read on.


Here’s How to Transform Your Outfit the Easy Way

Easy answer: statement shoes! Statement items such as a leopard print coat or blingy necklace can be a bit much for some people, so why not try out some shoes instead? Much safer if you want to dip your toes (hehe) into the statement world…yet equally as stylish!

Throw these babies on any look and you New York City cool!

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tee (tjmaxx, similar here)
hat
jeans (h&m, similar here and here)
boots (Rue21, similar here and here)

Red is a great color all around, and the heel makes it a little sassy too. But I also like this white pair! It’s a more subdued choice but still a cool one all around. Because white is basically the most basic color ever, you can experiment a little more with prints, like this snakeskin skirt.

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chambray shirt (tjmaxx, similar here)
skirt (old, similar here and here)
boots (rue21, similar here and here)

 

Too daring for you or would you wear boots like this?

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Founder and editor of My Chic Obsession, Carolyn is your trusted fashion maven. Carolyn's drive to help others achieve a classic and timeless wardrobe fuels her posts, making mychicobsession.com a go-to resource for style seekers worldwide. Beyond the wardrobe, she resides in the heartland of the Midwest, dreaming up new ideas and raising her two lively boys - her biggest fashion critics.