4 Fashion Lessons You Can Learn from Your Tween

Regardless how busy a mom’s life is, you could always keep up with fashion. In fact, there’s probably a fashion consultant living under your own roof, your tween that can teach you most of the things you need to know. So, keep on reading for the 4 fashion lessons you can learn from your tween.

  1. Watch the street style stars and fashion icons.

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You don’t have to subscribe to the latest style publications just to know what’s coming down the fashion runway. Remember, the Internet is overflowing with fresh photos from fashion bloggers, street style stars, and fashion icons that can update you instantly. Your tween might even print photos and update her friends about her favorite star’s latest ensemble. Like her, you may simply pay attention to details like structured outfits, accessories, collar styles, and color combinations.

  1. Shop your own wardrobe for fresh outfit combinations.

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Your tween is trying to find a look and style all her own, and so should you. She might even evaluate many of the style options the fashion stars are wearing and building an approach to make her own clothes work. Like fashion blogger Nini Nguyen, you may refresh your classic combination of white blouse and gray pants with a chic fur scarf that can revamp your everyday look. Whether you favor casual comfort, understated elegance, classic business chic, or retro dressing, you can shop your own wardrobe so you’ll look stylish without going shopping while having an opportunity to bond with your tween.

  1. Don’t be afraid to experiment.

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Even though your tween is a little unclear on the realities of having a limited wardrobe budget, but she knows how to make it work and is not afraid to experiment. Sometimes, being fashion-forward isn’t about having expensive clothes and designer items, as long as you know how to experiment and create creative fashion combinations from what you have. There are so many ways to take a small risk, while still maintaining a level of sophistication. You may start with leather ensembles and classic shawls like fashion blogger Nini Nguyen did, making her outfit unexpectedly creative.

  1. Keep up with the latest trends.

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You may have grown up listening to fashion experts extolling the virtues of wearing a black skirt with a simple white blouse. But every season, dozens of new styles are introduced for a more fashion-forward look. There are graphic print matching sets, dresses worn with pants, and an eccentric outfit that can show off your individuality like your tween. You don’t have to try everything, but if you’re willing to explore the options, you’ll find two or three looks you actually like. By heeding our tricks, you’ll be able to rejuvenate your wardrobe and your fashion perspective strategically.

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