10 Ways To Look Expensive On A Budget

10 Ways To Look Expensive On A Budget


How to look expensive when you are on a budget? Is it actually possible to look rich without being rich? The answer is yes! And I will give you the methods on how you can transform your style and look more affluent and expensive! So if this is the first time you’re watching my channel – then welcome to the School of Affluence! My name is Anna Bey and I’m here to help you achieve elegance and navigate in the high society. Please subscribe if you like the finer things in life and you want to become the best version of yourself – because on this channel, I give you all the tools you need to become a high caliber woman and level up in the society! But if you’ve already subscribed and you know me well by now, then I want to say welcome back and let’s kick start this video! First way How you can look expensive on a budget number one – Let your style be simple girls! This is something that you really should think about when it comes to looking expensive, well that is “Less is more” and the reason for that is because simplicity is often more associated with being expensive. Look at the fashion houses, you have many expensive brands that have very simple styles in clothing, in the way they create clothes: they let the clothing speak for itself. Like the material of it and the construction of it, and the fit of it. Because all of those elements create the really expensive look that we want to achieve. But in order to see these important details sometimes you shouldn’t put so much clutter on the facade but not only see in simplicity associated with expensiveness people actually pay less attention to your clothing when they are more simple if you really don’t have much money to invest in you know very expensive looking clothes the maybe it’s good to just keep it simple and keep it very neutral my personal style for instance is quite mutual and also a bit plain I love that style for me simplicity is beauty that is my first tip to you keep your outfit simple less is more sometimes that will actually make you look really expensive as a result number two where flattering clothes oh my god do I see so many women forget about this important part you have to have a good fit of your clothing they have to look good on you it has to suit your body shape it has to be flattering not everybody has the same type of body shape so we really need to buy clothes that are suited for our particular body shape and the Conniff largest areas in our bodies that perhaps are less flattering and when you are wearing flattering clothes that really helps elevate your entire way of feeling so basically it makes you feel comfortable and it makes you feel confident and we all know by now that in order to look expensive you really have to show off your clothes with confidence with poise and also in a way make people believe that it’s more expensive than it actually is if you carry yourself with that much confidence that make you look you know expensive and rich even though all you were is just some simple Zara clothes the people who believe it because you have the confidence and you have the grace and you have the attitude really that does the entire trick and this is perfect when you want to fake it till you make it number three in the best in your so jumping a little bit aside from the fashion part let’s talk a little bit about beauty because honestly your grooming is actually more important than your clothes I personally always invest more time and more effort in the way I put my makeup in the way I do my nails my hair and everything that grooming and being polished is all about beauty also cost money you know I’m not going to lie that is the department that does cost us women a lot of money but it’s actually the most important department investing especially if you are on a budget because it’s going to elevate your entire look so I do recommend doing that but the beauty of beauty is that you can actually do a lot of things on a shoestring meaning that there are many affordable ways how you can kind of cheat your way in the beauty department you can do a lot of things at home by doing a lot of things yourself and really take time and really learn the skills you are actually able to create an affluent look to yourself without having to invest too much money in it number four be clever with your budget shopping okay so one of the things you have to become an expert in now if you want to look good on a shoestring and that is to go out it stores like high street shops I’m talking about H&M Zara what else do we have Topshop all these you know high street brands both to these shops and start teaching yourself to become items that are more expensive looking than they are I’m actually going to show you an example here I have two pieces of clothing here one is a good example which is this one which is more expensive looking than the other one and the reason for that is that material I don’t know if you guys can see really the material because both of them are polyester this polyester is a bit like I don’t know if you can see him so this is from Zara and they were super cheap when I bought it I think I paid like fifteen pounds for it but every time I wear it and everybody always asks me is that dolce gabbana and not only because of the animal print but actually because of how this material is and feels and also it’s the type of material that doesn’t become wrinkly which is amazing you know how many times I washed it probably hundred times and it hasn’t lost not even one little color or got damaged so my other example was this this is also budget but I don’t know if you guys can see because it’s black but this is a very typical polyester the way this polyester feels is a little bit rough and you can see like it’s polyester you know what I mean when I wear this top I actually feel a little bit cheap and I can feel like how people can even notice that it’s a bit cheap I do like the design of this talk it’s a bit unusual but I must say the top itself if you see it in real life you would really understand the polyester is really what kills it so this is the type of example that I wanted to share with you you really have to start thinking about things like material you need to touch every clothing how it feels you also need to see the wrinkle easy it’s difficult to maintain also things like stitching like for instance do the stitches show very clearly because that always gives away if something is cheap or not and other ways how you can kind of pimp up your budget clothing is by looking at the fit most of the times the things will just be averaged but the secret trick take you cheap Zara shirt for instance and take it to a tailor that is not expensive tell the tailor to make the shirt tailor made according to your body shape and you will be surprised how much more expensive it will look all of a sudden and people won’t necessarily think that that cheap shirt is from Zara number 5 expensive-looking colors there are colors that look more expensive than others and the ones that don’t look very expensive I think some of you can already figure them out everything that is very artificial looking like neon colors like very bright colors of magenta some colors look just very artificial very low budget and very cheap you should really try and spend money on clothing that have more expensive looking colors colors are neutral colors call it a natural looking colors and what are the natural looking colors those are brown beige khaki off-white grey military green etc colors that really come from nature secondly you should also invest in wearing outfits and monochrome colored meaning you wear an outfit in one entire color let it be all white outfit or all black outfit or even maybe all red outfits red is actually a very elegant-looking color it’s a shame very few people actually wear it and don’t forget the spells pastels are very traditional and very common with old money aristocrats you can always wear pastels just make sure that it doesn’t become too girly girly because that usually takes away that expensive looking mess in an outfit a quick message before I continue I have created a free cheat sheet on how you can look expensive if you want some additional pointers that I’m not covering in this video but that are equally important look make sure you download this cheat sheet by visiting the link in the description box number six add statement pieces so okay we all know statement pieces are not going to come cheap I mean I know in the beginning can be a bit challenging and especially if you really are on a very tight budget and just starting out but there are ways to go around it you can buy pre-owned and you can borrow from a friend or you can just tell your boyfriend to give to you so what are the statement pieces that I’m talking about of course we have the handbag that is the number one statement piece for all women high quality handbag if you don’t afford designer handbag and make sure you buy a high-quality leather handbag that doesn’t really have a designer brand there are actually shopped like this when I want to is today so loads of shops with bags made in Italy without a label that only costs maybe 200 euros but they really look like they cost a thousand or two thousand euros on a statement pieces like sunglasses jewelry bracelets pearls diamonds if you have feels quality shoes a hat half is actually a really good trick to look really expensive without having to spend so much it just elevates the whole look regardless if u s– wintertime or summertime a hat always makes a woman look more glamorous and really same goes for sunglasses a number seven shop pre-owned when I first started my luxury lifestyle journey I was actually shopping a lot of things pre-owned because I couldn’t afford any nice things back then and I did want to invest in high quality possible– in designer items so I did go to ebay I went to second-hand shops charity shops etc and just really try them grab my little bargains and that really helped me to kind of create my first wardrobe with some nice designer expensive looking so I do recommend doing that there are plenty of websites today where they sell pre-owned things and if you go to charter shops in wealthy areas in your city you will be able to really grab some really good bargains just make sure that the things that you buy are not updated looking there are things that actually look expensive they are not too worn down and they still look like they have high quality number 8 find the right combination so guys combination is key when you’re putting together your style and you don’t actually need to spend a lot of money on your outfit if you really know how to combine your outfits to perfection that means color combination that means how you combine the actual items together now I know that not everybody is gifted with a sense style or sense in fashion but this is when you have internet on your footsteps so hard to get it right when you have no idea how to style it yourself just look at other people who do it right honestly today on on the internet we have so much access to so many images so just copy away be a little copycat and get inspiration other people like this you will be able to create your own combinations and really learn from the pros number 9 no words to spend so we might already have touched a little bit upon this but I really do want to emphasize how important it is to actually invest money in the right items summon your girls they rather go and spend like I don’t know loads of money on the dress they can literally only wear it once or maybe even twice because that dress they worried wants some party and it was such bright color that everybody paid attention to it they took pictures on it they put it on Instagram and oops what happens now well they can’t really wear it again because it’s so much in your face and so much to be seen and to really be documented okay so they wasted like five hundred dollars on this dress that they’re not going to use again so this is a stupid way of investing your money you should invest your money in things that are like I said earlier neutral simple and plain because like that you will be able to reuse them a lot and I’m saying a lot because people are now going to pay so much attention to these items that you’re wearing but the beauty in it is that you will have invested money in the meaning they are expensive or maybe there are designers so meaning they are more expensive looking so it’s a bit of a win-win situation for you all your first designer or expensive looking item should always be a neutral that is the first strategy ever all the fancy bling bling crazy or whatever colorful things keep it for later keep it for when you really have money or you have super rich boyfriend that’s going to like shower you and gifts every day until then be strategic so where else should you spend like I said the handbag you should have a handbag you must have a handbag it’s like one of the first most important things a luxurious women have to spend on second about boots work people say doesn’t matter that people don’t pay attention to shoes I don’t agree it can place a lot of role I always expect everyone’s shoes and you can really see cheap shoes and expensive shoes expensive looking shoes are just better made and please if you wear a shoe motto like let’s say a Louboutin I’m gonna leblanc or jimmy shoe there’s kind of recognized that gives you that credibility like oh she’s wearing those Manolo Blahniks oh I know them okay so she she looks expensive you know that type of thing taking about jewelry diamonds pearls yeah you need to invest in jewelry a watch you need to have a watch as a woman as well if want to come across as expensive-looking I know it’s a little bit like nobody should be thinking this way but this is actually how people resonate you know there’s all money they tend not to vote for these type of things but then you money do and trust me the new money are the ones who are going to be judging you so so do invest in those pieces lastly coats jackets Blazers anything that takes up a lot of space on your body is worth investing in but I would say more when it comes to outerwear because these things you can also really see what costs money and what doesn’t because really it really boils down to how it’s made and you can always see it in outerwear so do invest money there but then you know when you have things like trousers you know t-shirts tops dresses honestly those things you can really do in a budget I would say spend money on those lastly unless you want to buy a particular item because of a particular reason or because it has a particular fashion style that you know will just elevate your look and is gonna be worth spending the money okay we have now reached the last one number ten now girls homework for you become expert when it comes to studying people who have done it right so I have a website jessa be calm and this is a blog that caters for women who enjoy the finer things in life I blog about luxury lifestyle and of course what fashion inspiration it’s all about how to dress classy and how to look expensive and on my blog I repost a lot of beautiful women from Instagram women really have nailed their outfits to look on point and super expensive and classy and I want you to visit my website and really have a look around and see which pictures do you like if you want to use other sources transporation use all movie stars use Pinterest use blogs use Instagram whatever any form of imagery of women who look chic look expensive sophisticated elegant affluent rich expensive copy them if not copy them get inspired by them really everybody today is a copycat so don’t feel like oh I have to create my own unique style there is my own unique style anymore everybody’s just getting inspiration left and right from each other so you’re not doing anything wrong here you know it’s normal that we get inspired from each other so do that and trust me you will find great methods how you can expensive on the budget by copying women who have done it right I’ve done it translated into a budget-friendly version that suits your wallet so that was it for me guys and I hope you enjoy these 10 ways how you can look expensive on the budget if you found this useful please support me by adding a like to the video and the force subscribe if you still haven’t done that it don’t forget to feed cheat sheet that offering you to download in the link below in the description box but before you leave I do have a question to all of you ladies for watching I wondered do you find it easy or your outfit look expensive and if you find it difficult please share with me where exactly you struggle and now we’ll try and make future videos on these topics so that I can really help you achieve that affluent look that we all aspire to have so thank you for watching and I will see you in the next video

100 Comments

  • Nadia .S says:

    I like your background….. Neutral background highlights, well, YOU! Good advice!

  • Nadia .S says:

    Simple…. neutral colors (more attention to your face and personality) good lines….. classic….and timeless.

  • Lydia Hirzallah says:

    Does black look cheap? Just bought a pair of simple casual jeans last month, in the color black, tailored to my size. Because light colors make my legs look big. Material is supplex and it's beautifully bright black.

  • Nadia .S says:

    Expensive doesn't have to factor in necessarily, unless you are starting out. Look at classic styles and look for good facsimiles.

  • alice p says:

    flaunting name brands are for the newly rich or the broke individuals! really! and leggings with heels, please!!! ladies ladies stop wearing leggings for everything. specially those who are well proportioned we can all see you butt cheeks yes, they are see thru!

  • MsGallacher1 says:

    I'm sorry I had to turn this video off as the music is waaaaaay to distracting 😣

  • Sara’s Skin Review says:

    A simple way for women to look more elegant is to wear a dress or a skirt. Since I have begun adding dresses (purchased second hand but name brand) to my wardrobe I’ve been getting a LOT of comments on my appearance. It’s amazing how something so simple can create an impact. Also learn your colours. For my skin I find bright red, blue or green and pink look horrendous on me. However burgundy, royal blue and navy green compliment my skin much better. And then use color as a statement instead of the style of clothes. I dress primarily in black, white, grey and beige. Adding a burgundy dress or a green pant to my look really adds a “wow” factor without any effort. At 28 I’m learning to let go of my t-shirts and grab more blouses that are quite plain. Also leaning away from skin tight clothes to items with more forgiveness has taken out the tacky aspect of my wardrobe. Buy proper undergarments!!

  • CLAU , says:

    Very interesting video, it is about high quality materials and comfort. I would like to ask how you learn to take care and keep in good state the clothes. Some can be very expensive and difficult to clean.
    Thank you

  • Dirgni Vafenelrahs Siagubaf says:

    I don't like to look rich if I'm not rich. Narcissist people do this. So shady. I would rather look basic but behind the scene i go home to a mansion.

  • Devan Miller Lerond says:

    One of the biggest struggles is finding affordable items in nice fabrics that are not high maintenance.

    I find that some fabrics wrinkle quickly once Im wearing them, even after I’ve steamed them. I end up avoiding these items and going back to lower maintenance items that are more casual/less sophisticated.

  • onlyup 44 says:

    Polyester is such a cheap material though

  • toni miteva says:

    i love your makeup on this video. I'm glad when you put some makeup on your eyes. I think every woman with artificial eyelashes is bound to put some eye makeup on. even if it is matte neutral. otherwise the vision seems unfinished.

  • Emy Hoedemakers says:

    thanks for the video
    i realy love red wath kind off shoes do you were under red ?

  • Adriana Bozzi says:

    After watching a couple videos, this one was actually really informative.

  • Isabelle Brito says:

    Zara for me is price 🤭 i got your point, i try hard to look expensive even with a cheap clothing

  • Bonnie Schlink says:

    Thank you for all your tips. Could you consider doing a video for the mature woman..on a budget..covering both dressy and casual looks but keeping in mind as we get older some of us cant wear the pretty high heels anymore! I hate that but its true!

  • khanhalee says:

    Fashionova is a brand that make women look cheap and slutty. I don't ever shop with them.

  • ChristineF1234 says:

    JÄVLAR

  • Mary Ann Brandon says:

    What a great idea. Elegance on you tube.

  • Briseida Favela says:

    Zara has an awkward shoulder fit, and H&M clothes shrink. Almost everything I’ve bought from these stores have this same problem. It’s frustrating

  • Michelle Lambert says:

    You are a beautiful, put together woman. Want to lose 10 years off your look? Back way off on your makeup and cut your hair to it's shortest layer. Omg you would be gorgeous! Whenever film makers need to have an actress looking younger they use minimal makeup. Just think on it.

  • Katalin Klotz says:

    I actually like her. Because of her honesty…

  • THE TEA says:

    is zara cheap? I thought walmart clothes was cheap.

  • Rain Wallace says:

    What can you do for Plus-sized women?

  • gorsian1979 says:

    your legzzzzzzzz

  • athena energy Shine says:

    I am a simple girl when it comes to clothes I don’t like fus and I love plain neutral dark colours but people always tell me I need to be fashionable and extend colour palate. What does that even mean

  • Susana Nieva says:

    I'm new here and glad I found your channel. I subscribed!

  • SubRosa33 says:

    Love the lipstick. What is that??

  • melody walters says:

    What heels are appropriate?
    Also I feel like it's important to wear the right bra for you!!

  • Muse Store says:

    Zara is expensive un muy country. A nice top like tours is like USD50

  • Manju Yadav says:

    Awesome topics 👌👌 keep up😊😊

  • Sunset Shimmer says:

    You are amazing!

  • Borka linda says:

    "How to look expensive" Omg! As if a woman is a thing. So what if your clothes look cheap? if there's an amazing person underneath it, the outfit should matter less. Does anyone find the expression insulting? We need more videos on women feeling good about themselves no matter what. 😇

  • ify star says:

    I just discovered your channel, I'm an African but I'm so in love with your charisma. Thanks for sharing SUBSCRIBED 😍

  • Miss Leena says:

    love your video !! do more of these videos ❤️❤️❤️

  • Pippa Daisychain says:

    Any thoughts on perfume? Also what's your stance on synthetic materials that look and feel like the real deal? I've seen a few polyester items that were almost indistinguishable from silk and faux leather that was very hard to tell apart from real leather. Is it ok to buy these if the genuine article is out of our price range? Also what advice would you give to someone who is limited in their shoe options due to a medical problem? I'm pretty much limited to one shoe range. It's not a cheap shoe range and they are definitely well made but there aren't many shoe designers that cater for my specific needs.

  • Doris Alexandra says:

    Asking men to buy you things is not that lady like

  • Sunny M says:

    I am from a kind of wealthy family and I used to wear just a black nice shirt and plain trousers. No brands, nothing, still people used to ask me whether I am rich. Others are wearing branded clothes out of their budget just to look expensive and everyone realizes they are kind of broke.

  • Kerstin Gloerfelt-Tarp says:

    Hallo, love your videos BUT would appreciate it if you made a video for us who are a little bit older and does not have a modelfigure – I am sure more than I would be thankful.

  • Maria М says:

    1.25x and it will become normal

  • Little Karen says:

    jewel tone colors look classy, like garnet,maroon, sapphire or eggplant purple. eggplant purple is flattering on most skin tones and skin undertones,too.

  • Anne G says:

    As a retired wardrobe stylist, it can be very difficult to determine what looks "classy" on ourselves. That is why actresses, etc hire someone to do this. Your suggestions are spot on. In the US stores such as Nordstrom may still offer this service at no charge. But a good honest friend, with the taste you are trying to emulate, can be a big help. Or a friend who wants to learn this skill with you. And yes, it's all about the fabric. But that must be learned. Go to a store where the high end designer clothes are and actually touch the fabrics to learn. Eventually one will be able to just visually skim the racks at a thrift store and pick out the hidden gems at a glance. Cashmere, silk…yummm….they just feel good to touch.

  • Debolina Banerjee says:

    Lovely video.. thanks for all the suggestions! Will surely keep these in mind. I naturally tend to gravitate towards neutral and pastel colors and I never knew they actually make people look expensive!

  • Marcia Musiak says:

    shoes for problem feet hard to look elrgant if you CANT wear classy shoes

  • Paris M says:

    Anna you look so beautiful in this video. I love your hair and make up, so pretty 🌸🌿🌺

  • Jolanta Saracin says:

    Bill Gates has been wearing trainers, even being a millionaire

  • Leoni Ward says:

    I have only just come across your channel, I love it!! Your voice is very therapeutic aswell and your advice is great. I am subscribed and look forward to learning from you xx

  • Arbaayah Zain says:

    Didn't know there's cheap & expensive colors😚

  • Precious Nana says:

    I love your videos boo…do you have anything on shoes, it’s hard for me to find elegant shoes that are not heels because wow, I don’t like flat shoes 🥿 🙄

  • SASHA Miray says:

    Shoes, purse, glasses, and hats, hair, make up and clean look..you can wear a clean Jean and an ironed white top with nice bag nice shoes and well groomed looks expensive and never fails..

  • Tracey Rose says:

    How can I make my outfit look more classy as a mum? I am often running around in workout gear because I'm dealing with mess/kids/the dog etc. Can we have some comfortable and classy mummy outfits?

  • J J says:

    And what is the point of all of this??? Why u wont to look expensive? To catch some rich husband? Why? What a limited thinking🙄

  • marlene fenton says:

    I recently lost a lot of weight and am having difficulties with finding clothing that flatters my body shape.

  • Sladjana Simic says:

    Anna, you are very honest person. That is what I like the most about you.😊

  • Jobelle Martir says:

    Oh my gosh… this is very helpful! ❤😍
    Just the videos i needed for my upcoming event. Oh so many thankss 😁

  • Gladys says:

    I find it easy to look polished on a shoestring – the main bulk I get from Mango and then I invest in good shoes that will last for years. Oh, and I am not a slave to designer names, either. I returned several high end items because I could get better quality for a lot less from Zara!

  • Nathaniels junelle says:

    What colors ? Make a video on the various colors. Thank you

  • Svetlana says:

    Really enjoyed this video, thank you for sharing 🤗

  • Uzma Oruj says:

    When you can't BE expensive u gotta LOOK expensive on a budget

  • Shahnaz Syed says:

    I am okay Not looking elegant as prescribed. I like to be more fun, lively. I understand that the fashion she suggested would be for someone like CEO or First lady. Too boring otherwise.

  • Nicole Ernst Boris says:

    Good day – Please message me. I purchased your master class and got no access – Please contact me.

  • Danielle S says:

    I realize that English is not your first language, but when you say that a woman looks “expensive” it sounds like she is “for sale.” I think you mean elegant, instead.

  • Britt Lonsdale says:

    So when someone asks if it's D&G and really it's Zara, what would you say? 🧐

  • Ria Bebong says:

    Nice video, I love neutral colors as well

  • BOSS LANCE says:

    new tips tnx god bless

  • Denise Hartzel says:

    I love your channel I've been wearing these clothes my whole life since high school very poslished my nails feet well never ever chip nails Ladies Coach love love there bags I have

  • Jyaneane Menerini says:

    Good

  • Miss T.E.A. says:

    Whenever you're looking to buy an overcoat on a limited budget, scrunch the fabric with your hand. If the fabric creases easily and stays creased, forget it. And that goes for all clothing. Always keep your shoes clean, healed and in good condition. Dressing starts from the feet up.

  • Lydia Musima says:

    These days people are more into style than designer labels 🏷. When I see people with visible designer clothes with text to me they often symbolise poverty. They’re looking to show people they’re rich when they’re not.

  • Diana D says:

    I love the shade of your lipstick! What is it? I know it’s been almost a year since you’ve filmed this…

  • Anushka Ghosh says:

    Thanks

  • BIANCA MARGARITA Insigne says:

    I think it’s important to remember that investing in quality pieces can definitely elevate anyone’s look but never as much as character can. 😊 Kindness and simplicity are always classy and never go out of style.

  • billion8 says:

    11:15 "Charity Shops in wealthy areas"… Goodwill?

  • Nelco Cx says:

    9:54 "or you could just tell your boyfriend to give it to you"
    I could never…. if I can't get an item by myself, then I won't have it. I don't need to be obliged to other people in such ways….it may be harsh, but that is my opinion 😅

  • Makeup 4 Brides | Hair 4 Brides says:

    That crooked lamp shade is messing with my OCD. 😉

  • ulsy27 says:

    Great channel! Thank you, Anna. Can you please post a video about what to bring to a little getaway in high-end resorts (summer and winter)? How to dress for lunch and dinner? How to dress for a pool party and also for sightseeing and hiking/ biking – activities. How to dress for a flight? Thank you in advance. Love 🙂

  • kurosan says:

    I'm glad you mentioned Zara, many of their individual pieces are perfect for dressing classy on a budget.
    Shoes are sooooooo important. Not only do they help complete the look of an outfit, but they also influence how you feel. If shoes are solid (good quality), fit the outfit, appropriate for the occasion, and they fit REALLY well they can literally make you feel like a million bucks, by themselves, alone. Of course, you can be confident on your own, but the shoes really do give you a certain boost to that confidence. (I think one of the underlying psychological reasons behind this, is that proper shoes make your walk and stride very solid and balanced. When you're confident in your walking "health" ((comfort+proper stride)), you have more available brain power to focus on your inner confidence. In other words, you don't have to worry about tripping or falling so you're free to focus on other things. Also, you don't have to worry about how your walk "looks", b/c you're wearing good footwear, so your walk won't look weird or out of place.) Such an important point, glad you mentioned it.

  • k. monteil... a salon says:

    Hello, l just love what you have to say. Finally someone has put it out there that athletic wear is for athletics and aren't real clothes, handbags should be retired if they are showing signs of too much wear and tear and the shoes! All those over-the-top high high heels and other shoes that don't look elegant. l do want to point out something l think you would want to know though. A lady can look AFFLUENT, meaning she HAS a lot of money, but if you say someone LOOKS EXPENSIVE, it means she COSTS a lot of money, (l think that would be the opposite of your message). Huge difference, don't you think? Keep these videos coming, so many females NEED to hear your message.

  • Anna Fall says:

    great vid but ladies leather is really brutal – millione of animals suffer because of it – there is nothing elegant about that – buy fake leather – looks well also ❤️

  • Angelia Berkowitz says:

    Is the goal to look "expensive", or to look and be elegant?!. I believe the latter does not sound so tacky.

  • A Lana says:

    Thank you for your video, I have though couple of points to mention: for grooming, too much make up is not classy , less is more, no make up make up is the key to look elegant and sophisticated, nails done short with light colour. Second point , the sound is not clear. Thank you

  • Larisa Botnari says:

    How did I end up here at 2am, after watching a documentary about super intelligent kids ?

  • Angel TO says:

    My mom taught me all this. Love it.♥️♥️♥️

  • Charles Hebert says:

    Good day, Ms.!

    I kiss you on the cheek, if I may!
    I hope you're doing well!

    Quite interesting, all the work that you do! Warm congratulations!

    But then, if I may, I would have the following humble recommendation to just about any woman.

    Instead of trying to look (financially) affluent, and expensive, try to be a truly "rich" woman, person (who may also be affluent, and expensive).

    Instead of looking for a (financially) rich man, look for a truly "rich" one (who may also be rich).

    And what is true "richness"?

    A good, solid mind, personality, good, solid beliefs, convictions, values, interests, tastes, qualities, talents, past, education, achievements, dreams, a big heart, a lovely soul, a healthy body.
    Worldwide culture, travel; being well-read.
    Trying to be truly good, "rich", human, ethical, for the intrinsic pleasure, value of being truly good, "rich", human, ethical; not trying to look good, rich, to impress.
    Going for true, deep happiness; not going for false, superficial, material "happiness".
    Qualities or traits like goodness, humility, simplicity, honesty, respect, love and care, loyalty/faithfulness, family orientation (valuing children, education, healthcare, family life), communication, consideration, understanding, depth, humanness, ethics, intelligence, meaning, reflection, wisdom, refinement, sensitivity, support, determination, merit, hard study/work, responsibility, trustworthiness, playfulness.

    Two questions you may want to ask yourself:

    When my time will be done, down here, on Earth, what will I have done, what will I have brought to others?

    Wouldn't it be good, right that people then simply say about me "She was a truly good, loving and caring woman, she had depth, meaning"?

    May each and every one of you be blessed!

    With affection, warmth, tenderness,

    Charles

  • RobinZipporah says:

    As she said initially: These tips & video aren't for everyone & for those who it isn't for, not to be offended nor offensive in responding.

  • Linda Weedmark says:

    I'm just starting on this. Well it's cold in Canadian winters and I use public transit so my challenge is to not look like the "Michelin man" 😱. So for this – a simple black toque, plain black fleece lined leggings (I don't see much alternative to these for warmth and flexibility in sub-zero, knee-deep snow conditions). Thin leggings or tights under a very plain dark jean and warm plain or lightly patterned Kodiak socks. The thrift shop is a godsend but it's essential to check seams and zippers and make sure there are no tiny stains or holes anywhere on the garment. Often imperfections can be mended or stain remover used. A good bag and as fine boots, gloves and scarf as you can afford. This is what I will aim for this winter.

  • Ioana Georgia says:

    thanks for the tips but that make up it s not perfect in my opinion

  • Patricia Velasquez says:

    I found difficult to think in my new figure, I am in the menopause process and my body has changed a lot… but at the same time I refuse to look like an "old person".

  • Kathleen Harbaugh says:

    I downloaded your Cheat Sheet and noticed that you don’t mention the color blue. Would that be a yes or a no?

  • tocopheryl acetate says:

    I'm in med school.. why am I here?..I'll never wear more than scrubs or casual lol

  • Frutho7 8102 says:

    Man doesn't care you're expensive or not.. Facts: Most Man looking for Natural Beauty with less fancy stuffs before they do/buy something on her
    If girl already fancy and use expensive stuffs, 100% most of the time being avoid by rich man. That girl is a vacuum

  • Alex Smith says:

    I love your video and you so much!! <3

  • Angie Oginska says:

    I'm not investing in superficial BS (Nails,hair,jewelry) I'm investing in Real estates! I find myself successful and Charismatic, there is nothing more attractive than being confident and I can wear second hand as Prada being worn at a Runaway

  • Denise T says:

    The Duchess of Cambridge is an excellent fashion role model.

  • Lady Musing says:

    Fantastic content! I havent put a lot of thought into looking expensive but what you are saying resonates a lot with me. It is causing me to consider which peices I own are best for that and what I can keep an eye out for to elevate my style even more. I have around 40 lbs to lose and I think that is my biggest struggle when buying clothes. I think the style I choose is more of a reflection of how I veiw my body. I spend more on casual less expensive looking items because I do not want to invest many dollars in clothing at this size. But really… i still spend quite a lot on clothes that are not as flattering… this will be on my mind next time I am considering an item of clothing

  • bolonzo says:

    The crooked lampshade killed it for me :/

  • poor-unfortunate-soul says:

    Entonces …. Tengo que vestirme para lucir más cara sólo porque la gente me está criticando constantemente ?

    Creo que está bien si trabajas , tomar algunos consejos , pero lucir así todos los días durante toda tu vida , pretendiendo ser algo que tal vez no eres … That's horrible !!
    De la manera en la que te comportas creo que te pareces a la loca de la película : Home sweet hell

  • wahleshia says:

    Damn I have that orange dress

  • Dee Watson says:

    Melanie Trump is an awesome example of a beautiful stylish lady

  • Joe Oropeza says:

    Shoes are really important for first impressions. Always wear nice shoes 👍

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