Lifestyle

Basics: Wardrobe Essentials

Between morning yoga, meetings/projects and running the kids to activities — your calendar is jam-packed. I am a firm believe in timeless pieces no matter your lifestyle. No one wants to spend their morning thinking about getting dressed. You need practical pieces that can you can dress up or down to adjust to your ever-changing lifestyle. Have confidence in your closet. Donate or throw away anything clothes that no longer fit your lifestyle or body. Everything in your closet should fire you up.

Here are the 15 staples you need whether you are out there working from home, a stay-at-home-mom, a student or tackling the concrete jungle:

Little Black Dress: Really no explanation necessary. Opt for one with a high neckline.

Button-Up Blouse: The perfect go-to staple.

Updated Tee: A weekend must. Or under a blazer for an easy chic look.

Feminine Blouse: Small details on this classic silhouette make a difference.

Skinny Denim: A casual Friday savior and your go-to date-night denim.

Leggings: As if you needed a reason.

Ponte Trousers: Comfortable and sleek. Some days (umm…Mondays) call for stretchy pants.

Pencil Skirt: Lifestyle perfection year-round.

Cardigan: The easiest throw-on-and-go layer. Wear it with a soft white tee for an effortless look.

Blazer: A statement piece that’s ok to splurge on.

Tan Coat: It goes with everything.

Booties: Practical and there are endless ways to style them with dresses, skirts & pants.

Bright Flats: Comfortable and give your pop to your outfit.

Fashion Sneakers: Athleisure is your new best friend. (Yes, I throw on sneakers with a little dress all the time.)

Pointed Pumps: Classic.

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