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How To Go From Basic To Boujee

Sunday, February 04, 2018

Ever wondered how some people spend so little, but still manage to look super expensive? With booming social calendars, multiple outfits to buy, and money to save, we reveal our 5 secrets on how to transform your everyday wardrobe into sexy chic without breaking the bank. Here is how you can go from basic to boujee for £25 pounds and under.

Staple boujee pieces…

. Yes, everything and anything fluffy can transform basic to boujee. From coats, to totes and clutch bags or a pair of heels, these fluffy friends are enough to give a look the uplift it needs look the uplift it needs.

Pretty Little Thing – Feather Clutch Bag - £25
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Statement Fur
Knee High Boots. What better way to add sass to an outfit than a knee-high boot? Whether that’s teamed with a leather skirt and tee or body suit and trousers, with a sassy pair there will be nothing basic about your look.

ASOS Heeled Over The Knee Boots - £25
Micah Gianneli
Statement Sunnies. Whatever the weather; sunglasses are a great accessory to dress up any outfit. The more OTT the better. Let the glasses do the talking! 'The Last Lolita' cat eye frames by Adam Selman x Le Specs are very on trend at the moment, but you can replicate the style for less:

ASOS – Sliced Top Extreme Cat Eye Sunglasses - £14

Leather Pants. If there’s one thing you can rely on, it’s a pair of fitted leather trousers. Oozing sex appeal, these are an item that can quickly take a look from plain to something special.

H&M – Leather Trousers – £19.99

Kourtney Kardashian
Something Satin. This material is an absolute must have, as satin trousers are the perfect way to add a different texture to a look. For a sleek and sophisticated look, team these beauties with a satin cami.

Sleek and Sophisticated Satin

Words By: Aleya Parris

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