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7 Ways to End Fashion Frustration

By Monique Frausto |

I’m about tell you something you already know — fashion can be very frustrating. I can hear you muttering in agreement. It’s no secret that a lot of us struggle with dressing ourselves on a daily basis. I’ve been there and back … and there again. And even if I tried to list the many ways it frustrates me, I’d be here all day.

The good news is, fashion doesn’t have to be so frustrating. There is a way, amigas. It’s time to end the fashion frustration! You can have whatever you want in the world of style. Yes, it’s true. There are a few simple things you can do to help unleash your inner fashionista (whatever that may be, by the way). Just remember that true fashion is being creative and expressing who you are!

Here are seven ways you can help end your fashion frustration.

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7 Ways to End Fashion Frustration

Buy Basic Pieces

For me, basic pieces include the following: a black fitted blazer, a dark pair of denim, a pair of leggings, a little black dress, a black and a white tank top, black pumps, and black knee-high boots. I always have these basics in my closet, because I know I'm going to get a lot of wear out of them with various other pieces in my wardrobe. That's the whole point of owning them. I know they are versatile enough to mix and match, as well. 

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Monique Frausto

Monique Frausto is a full-time blogger and freelance writer living in Los Angeles. In 2008, she created Blogs by Latinas, a blog directory specifically for Latina bloggers. She is also the founder of Curves and Chaos, a fashion, beauty, and lifestyle blog. Today, she remains active in the blogging community by attending conferences and events. Read bio and latest posts → Read Monique's latest posts →

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