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9 Stress-Saving Garments That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier (PHOTOS)

02/12/2013 09:51 am ET | Updated Feb 12, 2013

When a season draws to a close, you're usually left staring into your closet, uninspired and unable to dream up exciting new style combinations. Whether your clothes feel tired, or you're just sick of that plain pencil-skirt-and-oxford-shirt combo, there is no need to get worked up. There are some quick and easy ways you can update your wardrobe with just a few key pieces. These nine stress-saving garments can jazz up any look (old jeans and white T-shirt included):

  1. A statement necklace. A little bling takes a top from blah to brilliant.
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  3. An oversized scarf. Not only can it add some color to your face, but it's large enough to hide that sweater you're sick of.
  4. Tights. Slap them on with a dress or a skirt for a completely new look. Bonus: No need to shave your legs.
  5. Red lipstick. Red lips add drama to any look.
  6. Heels. Similar to diamonds, they're a girl's best friend. Not only do they make you look taller, they also dress up any ensemble.
  7. A belt. Whether you wear it at the waist or low on your hips, a belt can completely transform your silhouette.
  8. Sunglasses. There is a reason all the celebrities wear them, and it's not only to be incognito.
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  10. A cuff bracelet. Stack 'em or wear just one. Either way, baubles always draw the eye away from your outfit and straight to your accessories.
  11. A hat. It takes a certain kind of confidence to wear a topper and it'll instantly become the focal point.
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