Seven Ways To Upcycle Your Own Wardrobe

New Year’s Resolutions are great, but something about the fall season makes for starting things fresh all the more welcoming. Perhaps it’s the start of a brand new school year or the change in weather that makes us feel like cleaning out our closets. Whatever it is, you may find yourself wondering how on earth you can change the look of your wardrobe to match your new vibes without having to invest tons of that hard earned summer job money.

Here’s a quick look on how you upcycle what you already own and add just a few simple things to your outfits that will get people talking. You may be surprised at how easy and DIY these style options can be!

Adding Pins: Trendy statement pieces that are sure to be as expressive as you are (Photo via @collegefashionista)

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Distressed Denim: There are plenty of DIY videos on YouTube to help you with this (Photo via @mmayer_fashion)

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The Classic Tie-Dye: Turn your childhood crafting days into a wardrobe staple (Photo via @ashlinmai)

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Stacks On Stacks: Don’t be shy! Stacking necklaces can instantly change your look (Photo via @lucybethecreates)

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Freshly Frayed: Frayed tops are most definitely still in. Don’t have one? Take some scissors to an old white T-shirt for a new on-trend top! (Photo via @jenvpetrova)

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Knot It Up: Tying a knot adds a subtle unique aspect to your outfit (Photo via @aprilvaleo)

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The CutGet an old button-up (or “borrow” one from dad’s closet) and grab a pair of scissors for a new cropped top (Photo via @isabelvesga)

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