Do you consider yourself a stylish woman a little “fashionista”? Wearing clothes is something that each of us does every day, isn't it? What sets you apart from the crowd, however, is your own personal style. You may be part of the crowd or you can stand out from it. It depends on you!
So, if you are a fashionista and you are born to dress with style, here are 11 fashion tips that you might not know!

# 1 – Know you’re physical?
 The first step to dressing with style is to know your body shape. Therefore, once you know your “type” you can choose the appropriate clothing. For example, if your body resembles an hourglass, you can wear sheath dresses or short dresses that attracts the attention.

# 2 – The Naked smart. Show skin strategically
If you are wearing a miniskirt you should make sure, however, that the bust is well covered. If you're wearing a tank top's low-cut, on the contrary, be sure not to show too much legs. If you are showing the abdomen or the navel make sure that the rest of the body is covered. The trick is to focus on a single part of the body at a time. Too much exposure of your skin would simply shameless and ignorant.

# 3 – The pants have the hem right?
The hem of the long pants must be well-groomed, tap the upper part of the shoe and always be a maximum of 1 inch from the ground. Many women make fatal mistakes, with the edges appearing sloppy and out of fashion.

# 4 – Invest in a good pair of jeans
Do you wear jeans when you do not know what to wear? The jeans are the saviors of every woman, which is why it is crucial to invest in a good pair of jeans is important in the cutting and in the invoice. Instead of buying 10 dresses that you will bring in a single occasion invest a good sum of money in a good-as durable as a good pair of jeans that you can pair with many other clothes.

# 5 – it's a matter of the overall image
Most of the fashionistas make the mistake of paying attention only to their clothes. We often tend to forget that the entire “outfit,” is the dress. So when you go for shopping do not look only at the dresses, but search for the right handbag, pair of shoes suitable, pair of earrings matching the necklace and the makeup. Otherwise make sure that the dress is suitable for other accessories that you already own. In order not to have a closet full of things that are not in agreement among themselves.

# 6 – You have to own a pair of stilettos “in the Nude”
A pair of shoes, nude pumps go well with every color and print. It is not necessary to have different shoes for different outfits if you have a nice pair of shoes with a heel nude important and of good quality, preferably leather, and comfortable!

# 7 – Experiment with every so often
When you go for shopping try clothes that you have never purchased before. Search for dresses, skirts, slacks, jackets, and other items that are not part of your wardrobe. Change helps!

# 8 – Make sure the comfort
If you feel uncomfortable then it does not make sense to even wear the most amazing dress of the world. The discomfort shines through and make you look inappropriate for your “outfit,” even in a crowded place. Then before searching for the style, consider your comfort factor. However, remember that comfort does not mean sloppiness!

# 9 – Look from the outside and always do a check to 360°
When you go for shopping you need to check your body from every angle. Clothes looking fabulous in front of you can appear unpleasant on the back. Take a 360 degrees look at dress before making a purchase. Even better accompanied by a friend or a partner for a second opinion. A second opinion is always useful.

# 10 – Maintain properly
This is the most important rule! Unless you have the financial ability to wear an item and then throw it or give it away the next day, you should follow the suggestions of CalibreApparel. It is possible to maintain the freshness and the newness of your clothes, shoes, bags and accessories properly. If you keep your closet messy, inevitably you will end up appearing botched.

# 11 – Be charitable
Check your wardrobe at least twice a year and gives it to the needy or to friends or family. All those clothes that you have not worn in the last six months. This also includes the clothes that no longer fits well. Your closet also needs space and breathing.