Thanks :) and I do but I clean it up, here goes:
Dress in your expectations, say you want Giuseppe & Celine then wear that! If you want UGG’s and coach bags, dress that way.
Dress appropriate for the location! You don’t want to re-live pretty woman. So if you’re shopping on Rodeo, then slip on some Prada & Saint Laurent. You want to look like you belong. You also don’t want to stroll through a family-friendly shopping mall in red bottoms on the arm of a man 40 years your senior. LOL
Dress comfortably! last thing you want is to be tackling some cobblestone in 6 inch heels. Or to tread through the shopping center with new shoes. If you’re wearing heels, make sure they’re comfortable & broken in. What’s comfortable to me or whoever else may not necessarily be comfortable to you.
Jeans: If you decide to wear them, make sure they compliment you’re assets! I would stick to darker wash skinny jeans because they look more “classy” If you’re wearing distressed jeans, make sure they’re only SEMI distressed you don’t want to be walking around with big holes in your pants looking like you accidentally rolled off a cliff lol. Jeggings, the ones that are demim & look like actual jeans work too! If you want/need to wear a belt, stick to something simple. Salvatore Ferragamo and Hermes are good places to start.
Play it cool, you don’t need to look provocative You’re shopping, not heading to a cocktail party so don’t slip on a Bodycon dress. If you want to show some body due to the warmer weather, rompers are a good alternative. They look more cleaned up and you’re not trying too hard.
Don’t neglect your hair/makeup and don’t go overboard HUGE false lashes aren’t necessary in this setting. But remember to look pretty and all that jazz. Refer to my hair/makeup posts:
Leggings: they’re a good alternative to jeans, they’re comfy & go with almost anything.
Dressy tops: pair well with jeans, and leggings. Pick the right ones for your outfit. Don’t wear a leather jacket with longer/detailed tops, it looks overly layered.
Staple pieces: designer bags, sunglasses, and shoes. Make sure things match and aren’t too clunky.
GENERAL RULES OF THUMB:
* Use a lint roller
* Steam or iron clothing
* Wipe clothes down with a dryer sheet to eliminate static
* General hygiene applies
* POT date etiquette applies
* Blend in
* No overgrown acrylic or chipping nail polish
Good luck on your next shopping trip & ignore the haters!