Wool coat 1
Wool coats tend to be on the pricey side, so it hurts to throw them away. I like to revamp my old styles by adding some fun new buttons. New buttons can totally change the look of your coat. Your local fabric store should offer a wide range of selections. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to find some at a nearby vintage shop!
You have yet to find a pair of jeans that fits as perfect as those outdated bell bottoms or boot-cuts! So update them by converting them into a slimmer style. Make sure it’s a pair of boot leg denims that fit you snug from the waist all the way down to the knees and flares at the hems. Take them to a tailor and ask them to take in the inner and outer seams from the knees down, and you’ll have a chic new pair of skinny jeans!
White button down shirt 3
Update your classic, but boring white button down by creating a decorative collar. You can sew in some stylish buttons or add some faux pearls, embellishments or whatever you like using a glue gun.
Before you decide it’s time to toss away those old pair of stilletos you spent a fortune on, take them to a shoe repair shop and get the heel tip replaced. Because these wear away so easily, ask for them to put well-made heel caps (even if it cost you more) which will help your shoes last longer and look as good as new! And if you're iffy about the color, a good shoe repair shop can even dye them a different color (so you can make those weird lime green wedding shoes a perfect, wearable black!).
Leather Boots 6
Depending on how worn out they are, you can probably save your old leather boots with a nice polish. First brush off any dirt and then wipe down the leather with a damp cotton t-shirt or cloth to remove any dirt or dust built up. Allow it to air dry, and then apply a small amount of leather shoe polish onto a cloth and condition the surface of the boot, rubbing in a small circular motion. Then remove excess polish residue with the brush. Take a cloth or t-shirt and buff out the rest of your shoe as it shines. You can take them to any shoe repair shop and have them resoled as well--and they'll be better than new!