Revamp Your Look by Shopping In Your Closet


Today, I am  sharing my best tips on how to shop your closet.

I am a huge fan of thrift shops and love going to places where you can trade clothes in for new ones like Stop ‘N’ Swap –‎  or‎.

You don’t have to spend tons of money to update your wardrobe and look Haute.

Here are some cool tips.

Step 1: Before you can shop your closet, you have to make sure it is well edited. Part of editing is to release the pieces you are holding onto that are not being used. If they don’t fit; are damaged or dated, or you just don’t like the style anymore, you have total permission to throw in a box labeled GET RID OF.

Once you well-edited your closet, you can get started.

Step 2: Separate your basic pieces from your trendy pieces. Basics include  jeans, black pants, a simple dress, layering tanks and shells, a cardigan, etc. These pieces are at the center of every look.

Step 3 Trendy or novelty pieces are the remainders and accompanying pieces to the basics: a patterned blouse, a jacket, anything bright or bold.

Step 4: Buy 3 pieces to update your closet. You can also trade the clothes you are getting rid of and exchange for a few new updates. Not only will you get a few new looks but you’ll start to define your style and know what you need when you’re ready to shop next time!


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Dee Rivera
Dee Rivera, CEO of DCG Public Relations/DCG Media Group, Bringing nearly 15 years of public relations experience, working with some of the most recognizable fashion, beauty, luxury, lifestyle brands and celebrities in the world, Dee has her polished finger on the pulse of the next big trend. Ms. Rivera's background started in publishing working for magazines such as Latina, Modern Bride, Essence, Chaos LA and working with celebrity covers that included Jennifer Lopez, Eva La Rue, Rosie Perez, and a plethora of other celebrities. Dee is an expert at crafting and delivering messages from brands to the media, and consumers alike. Her company also specializes in pr, branding virtual events, digital marketing and advertising. Her experiential pop ups for brands and authors are extremely successful and have been a tool to expand brand names. She is the Founder of , Hamptons Fashion Week , Times Square Fashion Week, among other brands. Dee also travels as a speaker for her book Glambition Knocking Down Walls In Heels and is a lifestyle expert and has been featured in WPIX11, FOX TV, NBC and Telemundo.


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