Stay stylish within budget

Los Angeles, Jan 6 : Spending lavishly during the New Year might have left you with less money for coming months but that doesn't mean your style has to suffer. Adding some stuff to your wardrobe can jazz up your look and help you steal the limelight.

If you're looking to reinvigorate your wardrobe this year, there are three items that will do just that within the budget, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

* Scarf: Not only will a scarf keep the chill of your neck, but it can finish an outfit too. Add a printed one to a plain outfit to give it some lift, or pick a standout colour, like this season's must have pastel shades to give it an up-to-date twist.

* Necklace: Last year was definitely all about the statement necklace and this year won't be different. There are a number of retailers who have beautiful statement pieces that won't break the bank. Layer them up for fun and on-trend look, something we expect of Olivia Palermo.

* Tights: Whilst we may wear plenty of different tights throughout the week, the chances are the majority that we own are black. Aren't they? So add some colour to your legs, stick to the deeper hues if you don't want to draw too much attention to your limbs, but they will certainly add an interesting touch to your look.

--IANS (Posted on 06-01-2014)

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