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How to dress to look expensive. The stylist revealed 5 secrets and showed images for inspiration

Kateryna MalayLady
The stylist gave advice to fashionistas

Ukrainian stylist Yuliko revealed what you need to pay attention to when creating a look to look expensive. For inspiration, she showed several combinations based on the current old money style.

The post with the tips appeared on the stylist's Instagram. She insisted on paying attention to the aforementioned trend and borrowing a few stylistic techniques from it.

Old money embodies simple, stylish, and minimalistic looks. This style is based not on an excess of expensive accessories and brands, but on laconicism and sophistication.

How to dress to look expensive. The stylist revealed 5 secrets and showed images for inspiration

When creating "expensive" looks, Juliko advised to pay attention to the color scheme. Black, gray, khaki, brown, navy, white, beige, and other pastel shades add sophistication to the look, while too bright colors can ruin it.

How to dress to look expensive. The stylist revealed 5 secrets and showed images for inspiration

The stylist also recommended taking into account the texture of fabrics – some things are smooth, while others have a relief. They can be combined.

Styles also matter. Preference should be given to simple silhouettes, straight cuts, and not too revealing things. It is also recommended to add a minimum of accessories.

How to dress to look expensive. The stylist revealed 5 secrets and showed images for inspiration

Brand names mustn't be too expressive. T-shirts or jackets with inscriptions all over the back are not about old money style, which despises excessive bragging.

How to dress to look expensive. The stylist revealed 5 secrets and showed images for inspiration

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