Friday, 12 April 2013
10 Wardrobe Essentials Every Girl Should Have
Tuxedo / Blazer Jackets
It stands out in a sea of traditionally neutral blazers (you've already got navy or black down). And unlike its more predictable cousins, a pink jacket can do fancy (lightly tossed over the shoulders of an evening gown) as easily as it can go casual—with jeans and a T-shirt.
A sleek, colorful purse will complement neutrals, brights, or pastels. Just don't match it with clothing in the exact same shade. Just Go for versatility: This one converts to a clutch!
Not as over-the-top as last season's versions, this new incarnation combines of single colour bubble necklace for results that don't seem wildly out of place during office hours.
Necklace available from Cremedelacreme
When so many options for your bottom half are solid basics, kicky printed pleats are unexpected. With this drop-waist silhouette, you don't need to worry that you'll be adding volume to your middle. Try it on with a T or tank in white, gray, or black, and finish with a denim jacket.
Punch up your office wear or faded denim with this snappy classic. Reveal a little (top it with a crewneck sweater so only your collar shows) or a lot—untucked and flowy over white jeans or a solid navy or gray skirt.
If you have a glamorous event and your feet are begging for a break from stilettos, slip into some decorated flats like the ones shown here. This contrast of edgy and feminine suits cocktail dresses, of course, plus flirty skirts and dark trousers.
Decorating your wrist with one of these clean, modern shapes elevates your total look. Make a splash with clothes that have short or ¾-length sleeves—or clasp it over a long-sleeve blouse.
Make your outfit interesting from the front and back. This vivid design allows you to color-block with clothing in everything from silver or white to blue, orange, or pink.
Instead of a necklace, try a soft loop of bright fabric to perk up a mundane outfit instantly. It's a fun and simple way to mix prints. Wrap it once or twice around your neck, letting both ends hang loose.
There's hardly an ensemble that can't be upgraded by the addition of this exciting spin on the traditional balmacaan—a silhouette that looks good on every figure. Pair it with capri pants, colored jeans, a striped mini, or even your favorite LBD. (For my international audience)