1. Experiment with Styles That You Usually Steer Away from...
Fashion is supposed to be fun, so don't focus too much on the "rules". You'll be surprised to discover what you can pull off despite what the rules say.
2. Spend Wisely
You don't have to buy something just because it's on sale. How many times have you ended up with clothes that still have tags on them years later? Ask yourself whether it really looks good on you and if you're actually going to wear it more than once.
3. Clean out Your Closet
This would be the perfect time to go through your closet and get rid of everything you haven't seen or worn in a while. Donate them, give them away, or resell them to make some money.
4. Get a Professional Bra Fitting
I cannot stress the importance of good fitting lingerie!
5. Invest in Staple Pieces
Quality staple pieces will never go out of style and they'll last a long, long time.
6. Accept That Some Styles Will Simply Not Work on Your Body Type
Yes you should be fearless when it comes to fashion but at the same time, you have to accept that some styles will just not look good on you, no matter how much you try.
7. Get a Pair of Statement Shoes
Every girl needs a pair of "Omg-where-did-you-get-those-shoes-from?" shoes!
8. Wear Bold Lips
Bring out the reds, maroons, purples, browns, and blacks!
9. Have Fun with Makeup
Break out of your makeup rut in 2016 and vow to take risks.
10. Be Good to Your Skin
That means no sleeping with makeup on, plenty of sunscreen and moisturizer, and less sugar, more water.
11. Give Thrift Shopping a Try
You never know what gems you may end up finding.
12. Spend Time Accessorizing
Accessories maketh the outfit.
13. Go Makeup Free Sometimes
Your skin will thank you!
14. Master How to do Your Brows and Winged Liner
Winged liner is the perfect go-to for when you want to look glamorous with minimum effort.
15. Say No to Anything Tested on Animals
When there are plenty of cruelty-free options to choose from, why would you try anything else? And finally...
16. Love Your Body
...and if you don't, start making changes. When you love your body, fashion automatically becomes more fun! I'm not saying fitness isn't important, but perhaps it's time we realize that "fit" comes in all shapes and sizes.