Come creare nuovi outfit con i capi che hai già

How to create new outfits with the clothes you already have

If someone remembers an outfit you've worn before, it must have been really good. So why do we feel the need to leave the house with something new every day? Let others remember your outfits - and tell them you posted them on Dresso!

The perception of our way of dressing has drastically changed when fast fashion chain stores have begun to populate every city in the world, allowing us to buy clothes in quantity and at low prices (but also low quality, as we know): 33% of people consider a garment old after wearing it once or twice, as easy to replace as if it were disposable.

We know you have good taste, so follow this advice: celebrate the clothes you already own, because they look good on you and it's the most sustainable purchase you can make for the planet.

But then, how do I create new outfits with the clothes I already have?

If someone remembers an outfit you've already worn, it's a compliment, not an insult. Isn't it stupid to judge someone simply because they wear their clothes?

If you want something new, you don't have to buy it. You can get the same effect with a different styling than usual that you haven't thought of yet. Or you can scroll through the Dresso feed to find new inspo.

Stratifying is cool and above all it allows us to wear a garment in a different way: a summer dress, for example, combined with a turtleneck sweater or under a shirt, will make it suitable for different seasons and moods.

Play with accessories: a hat, a pair of earrings or a different hairstyle can completely change the sense of an outfit, and above all elevate it.

Outwear also makes the difference, a trench coat or a leather jacket goes well with everything but, trust me, they give completely different outfit ideas.

Build your wardrobe with pieces that match each other, and next time you buy new clothes, think about their long-term potential in your closet – invest in your wardrobe. Start seeing your closet as something you need to put your time and brain into and think about what you actually need.

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