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News flash, Millennialls are obsessed with watching YouTube videos of fashion and lifestyle bloggers take you through their every day. No wonder influencers have had their moment, flashing charcoal toothpaste and unnecessarily expensive designer footwear all over the internet. This generation wishes to emulate the lifestyle and fashion sense of these individuals, but what they don’t realize is the impending circle that this occurs. These fashion bloggers are getting their fashion tips from somewhere, and we’re not getting lash back on these secrets.


Think of Yourself as a Designer

Katia from Pixellogostated this jewel of advice a while back while at a design conference, and it resounded soundly with our team. The same way Katia hacks away every day creating a new and peppy 3D logo for brands, she embodies the designer mentality through the vehicle of clothing. You must first create a proper background—also known as the basics—to then justify the quality items that will amp up your outfit—the main image on the painting. A few basic items that every lady needs to have in her wardrobe are a little black dress, the tighter the more versatile, a black blazer, a plain white t-shirt and blouse, as well as a quality outerwear piece such as a leather motto jacket, trench coat or puffer vest. Then the real fun can get started with statement jewelry, bag and shoe pieces.


Quality Designer Pieces

Most people lust over designer goods for their ability to emote nobility and a more luxurious way of life. Designer goods all for a sweet and successful 3D logo local Montreal designer? Sounds like a match made in design heaven.


These designer goods are often quality items that you should not wear every day, but instead keep tightly stored in your closet for when a special event does come up. A nice white or black pashmina that goes with everything, or a designer YSL handbag will do the trick. Other pieces, such as gladiator heels and chunky pumps that may soon enough turn into a fad should be kept to fast fashion stores.


Nonetheless, exceptions to this rule do exist. Katia recently bought a Rudsak leather and lightly fabricated cardigan that cinches at the waist with a leather band. While the item was a whopping $200, it’s well worth the investment since it is the perfect item to go with almost every item in her wardrobe. If you find that you’ll be wearing a specific item a lot, then taking the plunge for better quality is another direction to go towards.



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