Revamp Your Wardrobe for the Holiday Season

When you change your wardrobe, you feel like you've done something good, which is a great

confidence booster. In addition, by going through your closet regularly, you can get rid of

clothes you no longer wear and add new clothes that fit your ever-changing style. 

If you have been thinking that your wardrobe needs an update, it might be time to do it, now

is the time to switch things up if you've been wearing the same style for more than two or

three years. 

Keeping your style fresh can help you look evergreen and chic. Fortunately, updating your

look is less intimidating than you would imagine. Instead, finding your new style can be

rewarding and fun if done in the following ways. 

Discover your style

You may already have a good concept of your preferred daily attire and a well-developed

sense of your unique style. However, doing a personal style audit is vital, even if you think

your style is all figured out.

Discover whether you prefer a wardrobe with fewer, higher-quality pieces or one that is more

lively, fun, and colorful. 

You could also write down your style goals and preferences, make a mood board of all the

outfits you like, or look at the styles of people you look up to in the fashion world. Once you

know what you like and want, it will be easy to find new clothes.

Follow the trend

Before changing your style, you should analyze what works and what doesn't about your

current look. Then, consider why you have the contemporary style you do. 

Attempting to force a new style on yourself that doesn't fit well with you, your habits, and

your attitude will often fail, so carefully consider what you need and desire from a style

before committing to it.

Be real

In addition to considering how you want to look, think about how you must look. Your ideal

plan must assess your workplace atmosphere, social environment, area, weather, holiday

plan, and budget.


Don't be scared to have an aspirational style; don't be afraid to start dressing like the person

you aspire to be. However, be practical and choose a type that fits your personality.

Start with the basics

Versatile essentials are the core of any style. While the kind of basics suitable to your class

can vary based on the appearance you're going for, typically required basics include:

  • Shirts of solid hues 
  • Some basic shirts -T-shirts, button-ups, polos, camisoles, etc., 
  • Black trousers - Consider contemporary and flattering pants for your body type.
  • Flattering jeans - Regardless of which pair of jeans you select, ensure they fit and flatter you. 
  • Solid-colored sweaters or cardigans 
  • Skirts and dresses - Add a black pencil skirt or a neutral wrap dress.

The latest additions to your wardrobe should complement your style, compliment your figure,

and increase its versatility. Therefore, search for complementary and distinct items from your

current collection to prevent your wardrobe from becoming too homogeneous. For example,

consider whether a particular shirt can be worn in various ways with different outfits before

purchasing it. 

Add accessories

With the right accessories, you can get a look that is uniquely yours, so finding the correct

items for your style can assist you in refining the tone and appearance of your particular style.

Accessories help you to add nuance to your ensembles, so when purchasing them, consider

the subtle components of the style you wish to portray. For instance, accessories can offer

subtle elegance, assertive confidence, or edgy comedy to your overall look. The standard

assortment of accessories consists of belts, jewelry, hats, scarves, and spectacles. 

The accessories can transform an outfit's focal point, add a splash of color, or transform it

from casual to office-appropriate to formal, so shop intelligently. In addition, you can get a

lot of choices and discounts while looking for wholesale hats, belts, bags, etc., online.

Shopping online

It's hard to change up your wardrobe, especially when you go to the mall looking for almost

nothing. So instead, use the internet to shop from home. But before that, list the things you

like to look at.

Moreover, you can use sites with festive offers and discounts to revamp your wardrobe while

staying within your budget.

Don't shy from experimenting

Try not always to wear the same outfits together when you match them. Instead of being

limited to the same colors in your clothing, a good combination will allow you to create a

unique style. 

Use the seasonal changes as inspiration. The most popular time to replace your outfit is

around the holiday season. During the winter, it's typical to see more red, green, or other

holiday-themed clothing. 

Why not experiment with layering your clothes rather than always wearing the same pair?

Just consider different layers, and you never know what you might find.

*This post is a sponsored article in collaboration with Scalefluence that I was excited to share you with you, as it came at the perfect time with us trying to plan for all the end of the year fun.


  1. I definitely need a little more pizazz in my holiday wardrobe!

  2. I always gravitate towards the same outfits every holiday season. These are great tips for changing things up!

    Jill - Doused in Pink

  3. Yes! Love all of these ideas! Accessories are the easiest way to pump for your holiday look for sure!


  4. Great tips and adorable graphics!

  5. My SIL and I were just talking about how we both need to revamp our closets. Everything seems so old and dated and I feel no inspiration when I walk in there to get dressed. I tend to wear the same few outfits over and over.