Everyone needs some good comfy outfits to rely on for those days when you’re not feeling your best. Whether you’re having a “fat” day, or you’re just on a general low, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice your style because your mood isn’t right.
With a few easy updates you can get your look to the place that you’re feeling more put together, yet you’re still totally comfortable.
Watch the video where I share some styling suggestions on how to update your comfy outfits to look more polished.
And continue reading to learn what else you can to do make your look feel more put together.
1. Fit It
Often we gravitate towards baggier clothes to feel more comfortable. If this is something you like to do, consider mixing in a tailored piece- like a button down top – with your outfit. Also, be sure that your loose clothing is well fitting, and in the right size. There’s no reason why a baggy look can’t be polished. But an ill-fitting one will never work.
2. Top It With A Hat
This is one of my favorite ways to feel more put together. (Especially on those days when I’m opting for a barely-there make up look.) A great hat has the ability to pull your outfit together and add-in a touch of style.
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3. Go Monotone
Wearing all one color will unify your garments which pulls the whole thing together. I’m a big fan of going monotone because it automatically turns my look into an outfit.
A nice piece of jewelry, or a cool scarf definitely ups the ante. And it’s often the reason someone will stop you on the street to compliment you on what you’re wearing. Try it!
5. Go Pro
There’s nothing like a proper jacket to finish off a look with a sheen of polish. Blazers are the best to do this job. But there are plenty of other styles that will work too.
6. Swap Out Your Comfy Outfit
Have you ever considered making your comfy outfit a dress? Or a jumpsuit? Honestly, these one and done deals make outfit planning so easy. And it’s the simplicity of the look that gives it the sense of put-togetherness.