#FashionBytes: Quirky tips to ace street style like a proLast updated on Mar 21, 2021, 11:38 pm
Street style is an approach to fashion that differs from mainstream ideas and is strictly not focused on any specific fashion trend.
Your individualism is your best stylist when it comes to street styling and it is about how you want to style your basics like T-shirts, jeans, shirts, etc.
If you're new to the game, here's a basic guide to getting you started.
Wear a jacket or a T-shirt with your dress
Wearing a dress is easy-breezy but to do street style like a pro, you have got to wear something with your dress.
Now, there are different ways you can style your look but the easiest way is to wear a T-shirt beneath your dress.
You can also opt for an over-sized jacket to go with your dress, ditching the feminine look.
Timeless: Boyfriend T-shirts and shirts paired with loosely fit trousers
Loose outfits are a staple in street styles and there are too many options to play with.
Boyfriend T-shirts or loose shirts paired with a pair of jeans is a timeless trend.
Another way to go all out is by teaming loosely fit trousers with over-sized jackets.
An over-sized shirt and relaxed loose pants is another mix-and-match for you to try.
Don't curb your desire, pair your outfits with chunky jewelry
Now, here's the best part!
You don't have to try and keep it minimal with street style; if bold and elaborate jewelry is your thing, team it up with all your favorite basics.
Neckpieces always take a standard tee and jeans outfit to the next level.
Match hoop earrings with your blazers and trousers or go for the latest gold chain shoe trend.
Wear bold colored or striped pulled-up socks with dresses, skirts
Pulled-up socks with dresses and skirts are a quirky way to up your street style look.
And, if the socks are in bold colors or striped, they can add to the overall funkiness of the look.
You can style socks with midi dresses, short skirts, shorts, or trousers.
Wear it with androgynous shoes or colorful sneakers for that extra edge.
Happy styling, folks!