How to Dress Like a Fashionista

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If you want to dress like a Fashionista you've got to keep up with the latest trends. Dress like a Fashionista with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill. And today, I'm going to give you a few tips on how to dress like a fashionista. So, first and foremost, if you want to look like a fashionista, you got to be up on the trends. So, check out all of the great fashion magazines, the great fashion blogs. They are full of trends every year - fall, spring, winter, all these great different trends out there. Find one that you really like, and basically follow their guidelines for it. So, one of the trends right now are these little crop tops, and I just think these are super cute and fun, and you can totally wear them casual. So, for a fashionista, is grabbing a trend, and kind of pairing it with something that's your own. So, I took this little crop top, paired it with a pair of skinny jeans, because this is going to go from day to evening. And then, it's all about accessorizing, adding details. So, I grabbed this great necklace here. It just adds this nice little fun detail to it. The shirt has kind of a little ethnic print, so, so does the necklace. It's just kind of got this kind of little African inspiration going. Something else I did is I pulled it off the shoulder, because that just adds another little fun interest detail to it. A gray tank underneath just to so that you can wear a normal type of bra with this. But, as a fashionista, it's all about the accessory. So, if you got big statement piece of here, just add a bracelet versus doing earrings and a necklace as your statement piece. So, for all you little fashionistas out there wanting to get in on the trends, check out all of the fashion magazines and all of the fashion blogs. Grab some ideas from them, see what you like. Go to the stores, try them on. It's super fun. But, remember, it is a trend, and it is a fad. So, don't invest a lot of money in something like this. Better suited for going to some inexpensive stores, and just trying fads here and there. But, as fas as fashionistas go, just check out the new trends, and add a pop of accessories, and make it your own. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching!

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