Fashion resolutions to make in the new year

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By Gloria Haguma

Can you feel the cheer in the air, because I can? The New Year is here. If you had cancelled 2020, branding it a bad year, think again. There is never been a year that shook our statusquo, financially and spiritually.

It has been a year of deep reflections and learning. Speaking fashion, how about you make some fashion resolutions? You have probably done some shopping during the festive season and there is need to declutter and change a few things in your wardrobe for a new you.  Here are some changes to add to your personal style in 2021.

Dress more professionally
We all experience lazy mornings when the last thing we want to deal with is figuring out what to wear. Keep those days on a minimal, and dress to the nines every time you leave your house.
If you decide to wear denims, accessorise them with a cool blazer and colourful heels. Give slogan T-shirts and those tired sneakers a break. Decide to dress like you are walking into your next biggest opportunity.

Forget the trends
Trends are a good way to work around your personal style. But the thing about trends is you will be indulging in them with 1,000 others. This is why you need inspiration from people and surroundings on how to improve your personal style, instead of relying on trends. Follow trends, as those will get you noticed. But adopt a certain style that will get you noticed and keep you relevant.

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Stay clear of loud brands
Wearing designer brands is fun. But opting out of head-to-toe logo plastered Dior set gets a little monotonous. If you decide to wear the loud designer brands, go for toned-down versions, so that the large Gucci monogram plastered all over your chest is not what people are forced to remember about you once you are out of their sight.

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Make bolder fashion choices
Are there choices you were afraid to give a try in this past year? Let go of all those fears and live your true fashionista self. Let this year make you get bolder and more daring with fashion. If you were previously inclined to toned down looks and hue choices, try something new.

Try out colourful outfits
We all have that one colour that we love and more often, we find ourselves with lots of outfits in the same colour subconsciously. Imagine a blazer, pairs of jeans, tops , dresses all in one colour -purple.  Make an effort to add a pop of colour to your wadrobe. Go for bold colours such as red, yellow, green and orange.  It is finally time to let go of this old love affair with one colour and embrace the glitz that other colours have to offer.  

Inspiration vs trends
Trends are a good way to work around your personal style. But the thing about trends is you will be indulging in them with 1,000 others. This is why you need inspiration from people and surroundings on how to improve your personal style, instead of relying on trends. Follow trends, as those will get you noticed. But adopt a certain style that will get you noticed and keep you relevant.

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