Fashion sense doesn’t come easy to many people, but it’s easier to find your style with basic classic essentials. If you are having a hard time finding your style, you’re going to love this series of articles that will help you become very pleased with your closet! There will be four articles that will help you build an easy functional wardrobe as each new additional to this series publishes.
Once you understand what’s needed to build a solid wardrobe, you’ll need to find pieces that compliment your body shape. We’ll cover that in future article. For now, the very first rule to building anything amazing is foundation.
The key to a nice functional wardrobe is to keep several classic pieces in your closet then match it with statement pieces.
Classic pieces can be mixed-matched with one another and never go out of style over time. Before you purchase any eye-catching statement pieces, its best to make sure you have the following classic pieces in your closet:
Buy these essentials for every season
Black, White, and Grey V-Neck or Scoop Neck T-Shirts
White & Black button shirt (short or mid-length and long)
Chambray or Denim button Shirt
Sweaters (Black, Navy, Cream)
Fitted or Skinny Jeans (Choose light, medium, and dark washes)
Black Fitted or Skinny Jeans
Black Pencil Skirt
Denim Midi Skirt
Black Midi Dress
Statement pieces are eye-catching attire such as coats, pants and/or accessories that make your outfit stand out amongst the crowd in any setting, at any time. Statement pieces can be textures, patterns, bold colors and more!
With any combination of your classic pieces can you add coats, blazers, different style pants like trousers and pencil/ankle pants. You can also start with patterned sweaters such as plaid and polka dots, plus more!
The number one mistake that most people make when understanding their style is skipping over their basic essentials that make or break their outfit. You can have a simple outfit and still turn heads! It’s all in choosing the right style for you and complimenting your style with the right additions such as jackets, footwear, bags, and accessories. Stay tuned for the next three articles of building an eye-catching wardrobe!
About the Author: Natalie Greagor, of www.nataliegreagor.com, is a multi-passionate entrepreneur who creates lifestyle content for women who want to grow personally and professionally through beauty, style and more! She was born and raised in Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas and takes pride in helping women have a creative voice especially in fashion.