Creating a Stylish Timeless Wardrobe

Timeless Wardrobe: A lasting collection of clothing and accessories that will endure the changes in style over time. (personal definition that we’ll use for the purpose of this post) 

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Lace Blouse: Zara, similar | Sweater: French Connection | Jeans: Frame | Lace Socks: ASOS | Booties: Christian Louboutin, similar | Bag: Chanel | Sunglasses: Elizabeth & James

You can’t have a timeless wardrobe and also be stylish: FLASE. I consistently over analyze all my purchases, so I’m going to break down how to know what items are both stylish and timeless.

Lets start with timeless. First, these items should be able to withstand the tests of time. We’re all guilty of buying that not-so-original Zara or H&M piece that mimicked a similar less affordable item (yes, I know, that’s being VERY kind). This tactic is great to save on trendy items, but trust, these will never make it through the wash more than five times. So, don’t purchase your jeans there, but that metallic pleated skirt? Yes!

“She always looks so effortlessly stylish.” We all know this girl. But how does she do it? Classic items like designer black handbags and shoes, denim, LBDs, and crisp white blouses are always worth the expense. It’s OK if you staples are expensive yet feel a little boring. These items can be paired with legit, almost anything, so they help you look more effortless.

These tips will make you the center of the question “Is she wearing vintage or Forever 21?” If styled correctly, they just won’t be able to tell.      

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