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Overdressed? There is not any! Dress up again!

Yes, modesty is in. Just like chucks, flip-flops and jeans. But where have all the fine people gone? A plea for more glamor in everyday life.

Hach, what do I love old films. Those where there were still fine people. In thread, corset and with pearl necklaces. Nowadays, you are worthy of L`Óréal yourself. Nothing against L'Oreal, but is that really all? It seems that the chic robe is only suitable for fashion week or at best weddings. But even with the latter I read more and more "Dresscode: casual" on the invitation. Why? Isn't it ridiculously fun to slip into sparkling pallet dresses, tie a pretty bow tie to your sweetheart and then poke your head together into the church?

Fine clothes: how to dress up with style

Can you still remember how great it was to rummage in the disguise box and quickly turn into super-fine women? Or secretly taking mom's wedding dress out of the closet and walking in the direction of his love of life? Yes, chic is still so beautiful. And not just on holidays, but actually whenever you feel like it. When exactly did you stop throwing yourself on the floor in front of the closet when you weren't allowed to put on a dress? Damn that day! We should be worth it! At least if we feel like it …

Dress code: everyone does what they want and everyone is happy

I admit there are days when chucks and jeans are just the right outfit. But if everyone were to show off again in between, the world would be a little more glamorous again! That would be nice! Really nice! Then we would have no problem with our self-confidence even in the few duty-chic moments. Adriano Dos Anjos Bento, star stylist from Hamburg, advises women: "In special moments, don't wear anything you're not used to. Every good look starts with a compliment!" So get into the chic fumble and get used to it. Compliments for pretty dresses are also much more likely to come on a normal Monday than at a state banquet. For the latter, however, the way to a good look is perfectly paved.