If you had a million dollars in your bank account right now, there’s a high chance that you wouldn’t be reading this. No, you’d be chilling on a beach in the Bahamas or strutting down Beverly Hills boardwalk with oodles of bags in your hand. After all, if you’ve got the cash, you’ve gotta flaunt it, right? However, it’s not always possible to wish a million dollars in your bank account, and you instead have to make do with just a few dollars instead. That doesn’t mean you can’t dress like a millionaire, though…
Avoid Designer Labels
To show off your wealth you have to show off your labels, right? Well, not quite. Those who buy purses with giant brand logos all over them are normally the ones who don’t have a lot of money. Yet, they try to keep up with the illusion that they do have a few mill in the bank – and it doesn’t work. Most of the people who do have more money in their bank than we can count keep their brand logos to a minimum. It’s all about showing quality without showing it off, darling.
Embrace The Drape
You don’t need to be getting ready to finish nine holes to wear a cardigan over your shoulders. That’s because wearing a jacket or cardigan over your shoulders is considered to be very high-class. It’s a classic look and one that has been donned by some of the best in the business over the years. Don’t you want to join their ranks? We thought you did.
Stay In Tip-Top Condition
There’s a high chance that your closet could be mistaken for a millionaire’s budget, especially if all of the items in there are of high quality. When you’re looking to dress like you’re on top of the world, make sure you keep an eye out for any items that are looking a little worse for wear. Look for any rips, any nicks, or any scratches, and immediately throw those pieces out. Millionaires would never wear jeans with rips in them. That’s just not their style.
One of the most important things to remember about millionaires is that they don’t have one specific style. They wear whatever they want, but they always make sure that it looks fabulous, suits their shape, and has a few more zeros on the end of the price tag.