Celebrity's Million Dollar Look And Your New Designer Wardrobe On The Budget

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How to create a Luxe look, dress in Latest Designer's Original Clothes with a small budget? Have you ever been sitting at your favorite café to notice that woman who looks like she has it all? She stands tall, exudes confidence, and appears to have spent her year's salary on her wardrobe. Perhaps she is fooling you, and simply knows how to make herself look that way. Either way, you may be left wondering why it isn't you.

Every year, women waste thousands of dollars buying things they don't need, don't fit, or positively do not suit them. We become slaves to fashion magazines or celebrities telling us how we should look and giving us the false confidence we should do it. How many times have you bought a color of lipstick because it looked good on the model in the magazine? It's time to stop frittering away money that could be earning interest in your savings account, and purchase wisely.

While it may seem like you have to spend thousands of dollars each year to look chic, it is not a requirement. Start by studying the designer looks for your style influence, and then go shopping. Nancy Gonzalez's colorful croc shoulder bags retail for $3,600 and represent decadence in choice. By the same token, there some High End Designer Labels who offers custom made pieces for a fraction of that prices. It just a few of them in the world but they do exist. Miami based Natasha Leratti Designer Label is one of them. Coming on the market with top of the line designs and quality they are really taking new approach. Make it available and affordable to middle income women.

Luxury clothing with chic styles can be found at better priced sources that offer premier quality and design. J. Crew is on the cutting edge of designer looks with its cocktail dress line, as well as trendy shirts, pants, and skirts. I would compare them with DVF, Dior, or even Alexander MacQueen for some of their influences, at a bare fraction of the price. Look for the less pricey brands to offer quality tailoring in their lining and seams - it will set them apart from inferior product. Natasha Leratti offers a unique ruffled cocktail dress for under $600 that will stand up in a room full of $5000 gowns. Again, it is paying attention to the details that makes this dress a stunning comparison.

Vince and Theory are two designer lines that offer knitted sweaters in a mid-range designer price. Their look is a hip, clean-lined minimalist approach that appeals to a broad spectrum of women, particularly those working professionally. The soft knitted sweaters provide an elegant daytime look with quality construction, typically around $400. When purchasing knitted items, be sure to look for pieces that will not pill excessively or stretch with use. Quality yarns give a soft luxurious feel, not scratchy. Leratti also offers a fresh look in her signature knitted pieces, offering dresses, skirts, sweaters, and even handbags, at a much better price.

Fashion Accessories and fashion jewelry is another way to create that million dollar look without having to buy the real thing. Jewelry today has a much richer, luxurious look due to advances in metal and synthetic stone technology. The finishes retain their shiny hue, and the stones create a shimmer effect. Unusual shapes layered over a fabulous outfit make a more sound statement. Look for baubles to offer intricate shapes - twisted chains combined with hammered shapes for a high-low sheen; crystals, feathers, woven leather, and shells create high end accents. Using unusual materials brings unique approach to your style, and will set off even the most simple outfits.

Once you've laid the groundwork, toss the items that aren't working. If you haven't worn it in a year, or if it is in need of impossible repairs, toss it! Donate the things that could work for someone else, and judiciously get rid of the rest. Old shoes, handbags, make up, accessories - you may be surprised by the results.

With our tight economic times, it doesn't seem smart to overspend on material items. Setting a budget and procuring the necessary items doesn't have to be expensive, and sometimes it is well worth having a professional assist. Miami based Fashion Designer Label, Natasha Leratti, offers an image consultation service through their Free Couture Club Membership. Through the knowledge and understanding of how fabric should move and mold the woman's body, The Designer herself can guide you to the right pieces and silhouettes to build your wardrobe. Her high end couture pieces can be custom made for your lifestyle in the right color and style. "We cannot put an exact dollar figure on what it is worth to have a one of a kind high end fashion wardrobe, we can tell you this: this unique shopping experience very possibly can be the best bargain and the best investment you will ever make," says Leratti.

Leratti knows that quality fashion doesn't come inexpensive, but it can be accomplished with a small budget. By knowing the right pieces that complete your wardrobe, you can spend $500 and less, instead of $5,000, for an original Designer Clothes. By signing up for Leratti's Couture Club, you could be eligible for a complimentary consultation with Designer herself, receive free style consultations each year, special promotional discounts ( only available to Club members), VIP Invitations to Major Fashion Events and much more.

Grow confidence in knowing that you are radiating to others, and you'll soon become that woman you were watching from the café.

My Best Wishes To All Fashionably Fabulous,

Your Fashion Designer and Stylist,

Natasha Leratti

Million Dollar Style Look Without Breaking Your Lifetime Saving

Natasha Leratti is a Miami based fashion high end fashion designer with a cutting edge vibe and distinct sense of style. For more information please visit www.leratti.com

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