How to Dress Like an Italian Girl
If you want to dress like an Italian fashion girl, follow these steps!
First lets start with hair. Girls in Italy usually have straight, chestnut-brown hair. If you have brown hair already, that's great! But if you don't have brown hair then a bottle of brown hair dye will do, or you can get it done professionally. If you don't have straight hair, straighten it with straightener or look up natural hair straightening methods.
Buy from Zara or H&M. In Italy, there are lots of boutiques and great clothes shops. Milan is the economic (and fashion) centre of Italy. There you will find Chanel, Armani, D&G and Versace stores other than jewelery stores, and the other expensive items.
Wear skinny jeans. Italian girls love skinnies, no matter what size they are.
Wear t-shirts. Keep traditional tops to a minimum; it seems the Italian girls don't appreciate them as much as t-shirts!
Wear jeans almost everyday. Change the color: blue, black and gray.
Buy a "TOOLATE" watch, in a fluoro color. Italian girls (and boys) love these watches very much at the moment.
Wear the right nail polish colors. These must be red, black, or even bordeaux – not yellow or green!
Wear sunglasses even when there is no sun. Italians like the look of sunglasses. It makes you look mysterious and romantic. Try some vintage color RayBan or D&G, really popular among Italian guys.
Wear Converse, Adidas, or Nike. Almost every Italian girl has Converse. Vans are rarely seen.
Wear a lot of accessories. Find something at the store. Accessorize.
Smile but not always. Just smile when you think someone is looking at you.
- Listening to your iPod whenever you can is popular!
- Don't forget the bag! Black, pink or white are good colors.
- Don't tuck in your shirt.
- Don't put lots of colors in your look.
- Don't wear clothes smaller than your size, it's considered bad taste!
- Don't wear lots of make up.
Things You'll Need
- Skinny jeans, not skin-tight.
- Converse All Star®
- Your iPod