The Secret To Looking Effortlessly Quirky-Cool

Stand out without sticking out

Acetate sunglasses, $39.90, by H&M.
24 Mar 2016

Acetate sunglasses, $39.90, by H&M.

Logo acrylic tunic, $179, by Unif from Topshop.com.
24 Mar 2016

Logo acrylic tunic, $179, by Unif from Topshop.com.

Nylon and fox fur backpack charm, $1,410, by Fendi.
24 Mar 2016

Nylon and fox fur backpack charm, $1,410, by Fendi.

Biker faux leather bag, $2,490, by Moschino.
24 Mar 2016

Biker faux leather bag, $2,490, by Moschino.

Denim jumpsuit, $225, by Cos.
24 Mar 2016

Denim jumpsuit, $225, by Cos.

Jam Butterfly leather slip-on, $290, by Ash.
24 Mar 2016

Jam Butterfly leather slip-on, $290, by Ash.

Metal double pin, $105, by Agnès B.
24 Mar 2016

Metal double pin, $105, by Agnès B.

Rainbow badge set, $16.90, by Topshop.
24 Mar 2016

Rainbow badge set, $16.90, by Topshop.

Square cross-body bag, $345, by Bimba Y Lola.
24 Mar 2016

Square cross-body bag, $345, by Bimba Y Lola.

Sweater, by iBlues.
24 Mar 2016

Sweater, by iBlues.

Viscose dress, $325, by Bimba Y Lola.
24 Mar 2016

Viscose dress, $325, by Bimba Y Lola.

Wool hat, $55.90, by Zara.
24 Mar 2016

Wool hat, $55.90, by Zara.

Have you ever met someone who, for some reason, just looked incredibly interesting without looking like they put in any effort?

Take Ukranian model and stylist Nadiia Shapoval. What she’s essentially wearing here is a shirt and jeans, a combo most of us would have worn to death by now. So what makes her outfit just so so much cooler than what we usually wear?

It’s all in the details.

All it takes to transform simple ensembles — like a little black dress or a tee and shorts — from meh to wow, are a few quirky toppers. From slogan sweaters to whimsical shoes and jewellery, these fun finishing touches help you make a statement without being too over-the-top.

Want a slice of the quirky-cool pie? Click through above for the piece to add to your wardrobe now.

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