Affordable cute hijab looks

As the summer season is closing down we get kind of bored when it comes to wearing the same casual looks day in and out. And at such times, the best advice to follow is to limit your shopping list as much as you can bear in mind that fall is not that far. 
Investing in simple trending pieces around which you can build your casual looks collection is a definitely winning tactic that works wonders on a budget. A figure flattering maxi skirt of vertical striped pattern will elongate and slim your figure and it’s not amongst the pricy pieces.


Shop for a black and white striped maxi skirt with a detail of front buttons and have fun incorporating this simple looking skirt with your plain and logo t-shirts collection. 
It doesn’t take much to have an air of sophistication and feminine elegance to your casual outfits with only wide-leg trousers. They work as a perfect clothing item to build more than one outfit idea.

Balance the wide leg silhouette style and neutral shade with tucked-in tops of bright blue, coral or soft hues and neutral shades for a more muted look. Team that same wide leg style in a different color such as brown orange with a white blouse of a bit of puff detail in the sleeves. Accessorize this outfit opting for a white leather belt to accentuate your waist line.

Practical, easy-to-wear and effortless combos are the essence of any summer collection. A summer dress, sneaker or sandals and a pair of cool shades is a hard-to-resist combo.

There are numerous affordable looks to add to your summer dresses collection even that deep into summer. Embrace the sunshine opting for a bright yellow polka dot maxi dress and throw over a cropped jeans jacket. 
There’s no such a thing as too much jeans, even with cargo pants coming big next fall. So, pick a pair of wide leg jeans to pair for your smart casual outfits with bright colored loose-fit blazers or plaid patterned ones. 
Check more of these cute casual outfits and have fun revamping your looks.

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This article was written by guest author Reham selim.

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