If the first step in getting over a difficult time in your life is to dress happier, the next step is to take chances. Change can be scary, and stepping out of your comfort zone difficult, so I like to start my day by choosing an eclectic mix of bold pieces that don’t seem to go together until you try them all on. This adventurous look gives me the push I need to take chances, even if that means facing facts and admitting that change is needed. Start with the loudest piece of the puzzle and build your outfit from there, like these tribal print cropped parachute pants. The loose fit is pulled together with an elastic waist and matching cuffs, resulting in a look that hides your flaws but drapes beautifully. The daring black and tan design is echoed by these striking cutout peep toe booties. There’s something so wrong, yet so right about a boot that functions like a sandal, allowing you to enjoy winter fashions in warmer climates. Next, add a splash of color with a silky teal blouse and structure with a slim cut, black blazer with vegan leather sleeves and padded shoulders. Finally, add a small metallic bag to bring some shine and brilliance into your everyday. Now you’re ready to go out there and face whatever comes next.