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Bailey’s Q&A Style Tips: How to Freshen Up Your Street Style

Bailey’s Q&A Style Tips: How to Freshen Up Your Street Style
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By Bailey Stuvland, They Bailey Daily

Q: I’m feeling a bit bored with my style lately? Any tips on how I can freshen up my outfits? 

A: Let’s face it every now and again we get into a style funk and need a little fashion inspiration to get us by. So, here are some styling tips and tricks that will help pull you out of your style rut.

Front Tuck

The front tuck can be used on essentially any shirt you wear, an oversized sweater, button down, T-shirt, you name it. It’s fairly basic too. Just take the middle part of your shirt and loosely tuck it down letting the rest of the shirt hang. The best part, the more effortless it looks, the better. So, don’t put much thought into it.


Try layering which is especially conducive and easy to do in the winter. One cute layering outfit idea would be, a turtleneck under overalls with a wool or peacoat, for example. Or, layer a blouse or long sleeve with an on-trend sweater vest and jeans. You can go the extra mile by adding a scarf and long trench coat. Another fun layering piece this winter is the crop super puff jacket over a simple top which is a fun way to play with proportions too. Find other great styles of jackets here.

Pattern Mix

Pattern-mix like a pro by playing with different patterns and textures in one look. From animal print, stripes, suedes, metallics, florals, velvets, etc. really no print or material is off limits here. Pick a color choice and find out what balance of pattern/texture mixing works for you.

Add a Hat

Add a hat or add a beanie to your look! I love sporting a bright colored beanie during the dreary colder months to help boost my spirits. Especially, when I’m keeping the rest of my outfit more neutral it adds that pop of color. You could also try a wide-brim hat in a dark or light neutral color to make a bold fashion statement.

Go Monochrome

Opt for a head-to-toe look all in one hue. This also simplifies the process of getting ready. For this example, you could do a winter white ensemble which is especially pretty this time of year. You can even have mis-matching whites which adds to the appeal of this chic look. You can also do a full on matching lounge set in grey or black.


About The Author

Bailey Stuvland

Bailey Stuvland is a California girl who loves talking about all things fashion. With more than ten years of styling experience for personal clients and with brands like Stitch Fix, she enjoys helping others find what they love to wear. Her mission is to help people not only look good on the outside, but feel good on the inside by having fun with outfits, accessories and beauty. You can find her blog at .

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