5 Ways To Get Out Of A Wardrobe Rut

Breathe new life into your winter look by giving it a mini makeover!


When the weather’s chilly, it’s easy to get stuck in a style rut and wear the same fail-safe pieces over and over again. By adding a few well-chosen pieces, you can refresh your wardrobe without breaking the bank.

  1. Don’t default to denim

We’re all guilty of it, especially over the weekend, because jeans and a sweater are such an easy combination, but try introducing patterned or brightly coloured trousers into your existing trouser collection. Stay smart with a classic cream blouse, tucked in, or a tailored, cropped jacket.

  1. If you do wear denim, choose stylish heels

If you’ve found your perfect pair of figure-flattering jeans, then a sleek heel in a bold shade will elevate denim from boring to chic for an evening out.

  1. Save for a statement handbag

Buying a classy handbag does require financial investment, but the rewards are ten-fold. Showing off a super-stylish bag against a simple black coat will instantly bring your cover-up back to life again. Witchery’s classic grey tote will go with virtually everything you own and has a lifetime’s worth of wear!

  1. Go ladylike during the week

If your working wardrobe tends to be trouser suits, then a stylish skirt could be your new weekday friend.  Feminine and sophisticated, it will give you that professional edge. Try an on-trend midi skirt, like this Mr Price pleated version.

  1. Slip on a new texture

Fluffy jumpers are big hitters this winter, and are a great way of introducing a different texture to your wardrobe. Try a fashion-forward pattern like this Foschini checked jumper, R430, to get you noticed.


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