The unique period the world is undergoing has completely shifted day-to-day activities. It is important to remember the light is looming from the other side of the tunnel, and solutions are evolving.
Living rooms have been transformed into offices and classrooms. Businesses are at half capacity or less if they even survived the pandemic. Masks are a new staple that keeps everyone safe.
Since the settings and frequency of social events, work, and prior life have shifted, what people choose to wear has also changed. We’ve all seen the memes of someone attending a Zoom business meeting in an appropriate shirt and pajama pants patterned with wine glasses. Not that fashion and style have been lost al-together, Anna Wintour wore chic pajama bottoms at least, but we think fashionistas alike are itching to get back to great style.
How to Improve Your Style in a Pandemic
Take a look into your closet. Does it exemplify the extravagant lifestyle you want to lead? Our first approach to improving your style during the pandemic is going to start in our closets.
Start dressing with great style by upgrading fashion pieces, but first, we suggest organizing and streamlining the fashion pieces we already have. Moda Design District has an array of extravagant clothing that will upgrade your wardrobe. We want to help you emulate that sought-after extravagant lifestyle. Rediscover great style. The new normal has had time to sink in, and now we can upgrade fashion again!
How to Revamp Your Wardrobe
There is a bright side to spending extra time at home this year; we have more time to revamp our wardrobes! Make room for more extravagant clothing that alludes to great style.
Get rid of clothing that does not fit anymore.
Don’t get sucked into buying it either! We all have had the dressing room moment and considered, “Well, if I keep up this new workout routine, it should fit soon…” Having that mindset is awful and does not leave anyone to feel good about themselves. Also, if we go through with the too-small purchase, it often ends up stuffed in the back of our closet, dripping with regret and negativity.
Be realistic with yourself and live in the present. If you want to reduce your closet’s size, hang onto the pieces you will wear now if the weather or occasion aligned accordingly.
If the clothing piece does not fit right, triggers an unpleasant memory (hello awful date!), or does not represent you anymore, it is time to move on.
Don’t hold onto that going out top bought years ago in college. You probably do not want to be seen in it anyway. Your wardrobe should represent who you are!
However, choosing to streamline your wardrobe is the first step in revamping a wardrobe. Head over to the nearest donation center, make a younger relative thrilled or get some extra cash in the process.
Upgrade Fashion Pieces
Now that you have made some extra room in your closet, add a few extravagant pieces that you deserve. Moda Design District has you covered with plenty of extravagant clothing options.