5 Ways to Make Any Outfit Look More Feminine

By on November 7, 2019
Feminine

As a woman over 50, when you embrace your femininity, you will feel good and look even better. Now, more than any other time in history, women are empowered. One way of channeling the powerful woman that you are is through your style. In this article, we’ll cover five of our favorite ways to make any outfit look more feminine. If done right, integrating these ways to add a feminine touch to your wardrobe will also enhance the overall elegance of your style. 

  • A Charming Piece of Pearl Jewelry

Pearl jewelry has the ability to instantly add a dash of femininity to any outfit, casual or formal. These glowing gemstones are treasured by women throughout the world for the mesmerizing beauty they possess. A lovely pearl pendant, for example, is a fantastic piece of jewelry that is full of class, but at the same time isn’t too traditional. If you’re on a budget, consider beautiful freshwater pearls, which are more affordable than other types of pearls, but still retain great quality. Pearls, after all, were a favorite of Coco Chanel, so there is no going wrong with these gems.

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  • Pair it With Heels

Shoes such as oxfords and sneakers have a more masculine aesthetic that you want to stay away from. Instead, try to complement your outfit with a pair of high heels. Every woman should have at least one pair of black high heels that can work with any outfit. If you want to look more feminine at work but still be comfortable, you can also opt for flats and sandals in various shades of pink or nude. Shoes play an extremely significant role in every outfit, so making sure you have the right pair on can go a long way in looking more feminine.

  • A Clutch Instead of a Tote

We’ll agree that totes are extremely practical and you typically don’t have to worry about damaging them. That said, they don’t have the same aesthetic appeal that a clutch has. Clutches are an accessory that exudes feminine style, confidence, and power. With so many incredible options to choose from, the hardest part will be finding the one that you like most. Don’t be afraid to choose a bold color—the risk is well worth the reward!

  • Silk Scarves

In recent years, silk scarves have also become a buzzing trend in the fashion world—something we couldn’t be happier about. No matter the outfit, integrating a silk scarf is extremely simple and easy considering its versatility. Not only are there many different ways to wear them, but there are all sorts of beautiful patterns to choose from. Tie them around your neck, bag, or even use them as a belt. The sophistication and refinedness that this accessory will add to your outfits will truly make you appreciate them.

  • A Big No-No: Outfits that Only Feature Dark Colors

Dark colors, specifically black, are an integral part of every woman’s wardrobe. However, you want to make sure that you’re not wearing outfits that only feature dark colors (yes, even if it’s navy). Contrasting is a good idea—for example, if you’re wearing black pants or a black skirt, match it with a neutral-colored top. By integrating some lighter colored clothing, you’ll instantly be creating a more feminine appearance. Always focus on having at least one part of your outfit feature a neutral, cream, or pink color. 

By integrating feminine elements into your outfits, you’ll achieve the ladylike appearance you’re going for. All of the ways that you can make your outfits more feminine which we’ve covered here are relatively simple, but if you try them out you’ll notice the difference in your appearance quite quickly. With all that said, which of these five aspects we’ve covered appeals to you the most?

Rene Naz is a blogger who focuses on all things style, fashion, and beauty. By writing articles about these topics, the hope is to inspire women throughout the globe to be confident in their style.

 

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5 Ways to Make Any Outfit Look More Feminine