How to Dress When You Have Nothing to Wear (4 Hacks)

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In this video, a personal stylist discusses why women often struggle with feeling like they have nothing to wear despite having a closet full of clothes, and offers four hacks to solve this problem.

One of her hacks is to invest in versatile basic bottoms that can be mixed and matched with different tops. She recommends choosing bottoms that are solid in color, classic in fit, flattering to the body type, and have minimalistic details. She demonstrates how to create different looks using the same pair of black pants by pairing them with different tops and accessories.

Another hack she shares is to have a good ratio of tops to bottoms in the wardrobe. She recommends having at least two to three tops per one bottom and investing in basic styles first before building up the collection with more statement pieces. She recommends having basic tops such as a white tank top, plain T-shirt, basic shirt or blouse, long sleeve knitwear, and a sweatshirt or hoodie in solid colors.

Her third hack is to have a color palette that works well together in the wardrobe. She suggests choosing a color palette based on personal preferences and ensuring that the colors work well together to create different looks.

Finally, here fourth hack is to organize the wardrobe effectively to make it easier to put together outfits. She recommends arranging the wardrobe by category and color to make it easier to see what items are available and what pieces can be mixed and matched.

Throughout the video, the stylist shares tips and examples of how to apply these hacks to create a versatile and functional wardrobe. She also emphasizes the importance of investing in quality pieces that are well-fitted and made of good fabrics.

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Overall, the video provides practical advice for anyone looking to create a functional and versatile wardrobe.

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