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HOW TO DRESS LIKE A MILLIONAIRE

Q. HOW DOES LOTTOLAND WORK?

Lottoland offers people in Britain the chance to bet on a wide range of international lotteries. At Lottoland you bet on the outcome of the official draw, based on exactly the same prizes as the official lottery. Lottoland is able to pay out any wins, large or small, and the proceeds can then be withdrawn by you whenever you wish.

1. PAY ATTENTION TO THE FIT OF YOUR CLOTHES

This is not a listicle where one point is greater than the other, however, this is at the top of the list for a reason. When anyone asks Carl how to improve their wardrobe, he always informs them to start with what they have. It might be that suit that’s not forgiving those extra years of comfort, or maybe you’ve managed to lose weight in the lockdown and your trousers are no longer as snug as they need to be.

Ensuring that your clothes fit is crucial to how people will perceive you. It’s not always what you wear, but if what you wear has lost its shape or has become to look shrink-wrapped, you should consider taking them to your tailor, or an alterations team at your local dry cleaners.

You’ll be amazed at what they can do and how a fitted garment can make you look and feel!

2. LOOK OUT FOR FABRICS THAT LOOK LUXURIOUS

Carl emphasises the fact that there are some fabrics that have an extremely luxurious feel and others not so much. For example, a herringbone weave. 100% Cashmere or wool can be expensive, so go for fabric blends such as 5% cashmere or 20% wool. Polyester is also not as bad in a blend as many people will have you believe. However, something 100% polyester can look a little cheap. A pinstripe wool for example oozes authority or class and is often the go-to for highflyers or professionals.

Velvet is also synonymous with wealth, mix and match velvet so it’s not too overpowering.

3. THE MODERN-DAY BOOT-FAIR FOR THE FASHION CONSCIOUS

You be surprised at the fantastic quality pieces you can find in thrift shops. Many Costume Designers for films have done so and sourced some iconic pieces. The red jacket for Brad Pitt in Fight Club for example. You can shop on sites such as eBloggers or Depop for discounted new or used fashion attire.