Your closet should be a curated collection of your absolute favorite items that bring you joy. But instead of having random picking up random items of clothing that will probably go out of style, consider building a timeless wardrobe and including some basic essentials. Here’s a list of five essentials every woman needs in her closet:
First on our list has to be jeans, obviously. Jeans are an everyday staple that can be worn to virtually every occasion. We recommend having a variety of washes, including a light wash, medium wash, dark wash, and black jean. It’s important to Invest in a few quality pairs of jeans that will last.
A classic blazer
The key is to look for a blazer that you can layer with any top, whether a concert tee or a blouse. Remember: it’s all about versatility, and investing in pieces that do it all.
We all know how important sunglasses are, they are a necessity! It’s always important to always at least have a pair of sunglasses in your closet, just a basic pair that goes with every outfit.
Basic T-shirts—lots of them
When can’t you wear a white t-shirt? It’s should be a staple in every woman’s wardrobe. Pair a black tee with your favorite pair of denim jeans or shorts and you’re good to go. Any way you style it, a basic T-shirt is a must.
A trusty blouse
You can never go wrong with a silk blouse, in a staple hue like white, light grey, or camel. Though silk may not seem like the most affordable option, it is worth every penny once you factor in just how often you’ll end up wearing it. Plus, it can be effortlessly styled for both work and happy hour.
A trusty work tote
Invest in a solid tote that you can carry from work to drinks, or take on your weekend getaway. A couple features we look for in a tote bag: enough room for a laptop and an interior pocket to store your smaller essentials.
A little black dress
Last but one of the most important, the iconic Little Black Dress. Date-night essential and the ultimate “I have nothing to wear”dress. The little black dress is a true must-have in every fashion girl’s wardrobe.
By: Dammy Eneli