4 No-Good Outfit Habits I Refuse to Bring Into 2020

The end of each year typically inspires reflection of the past and goal-setting for the future. It's a time to examine what you're happy with and what you're not, and attempt to identify and eliminate bad habits—and for fashion people, that applies to both their lives and wardrobes. Now is your chance to pinpoint the bad outfit habits you've been hanging onto and make a conscious decision to stop.

Whether your bad habit is not planning your outfit the night before, being too matchy-matchy, or letting laziness get the best of you, we all have something we can improve on. I've identified four bad outfit habits I'll personally be leaving in 2019 and the good habits I want to replace them with for the next year. This will help me feel more polished and ready to take on whatever else life throws my way because confidence really does trickle over into every other facet. Below I've outlined the four outfit mistakes I'm ditching in 2020, in case you identify with these as well.

2019 Habit: Not Being Adventurous With Accessories 
2020 Habit: Testing Out Statement Shoes
2019 Habit: Avoiding Color 
2020 Habit: Embracing Fun Hues
2019 Habit: Relying Too Heavily on Jeans
2020 Habit: Branching Out to Skirts and Trousers

The wide belt cinches your waist in the best way.

You can never go wrong with classic black trousers.

2019 Habit: Wearing Too Many Trends at Once
2020 Habit: Choosing One Hero Piece and Building the Rest of the Outfit Around It
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