Finding the right piece for a particular occasion is like feeling that your search, time and effort have reached peak productivity – or at least that’s how we feel when we make yet another addition to our already overflowing closet. The thing is, unless you’ve been through this experience yourself, there simply isn’t anything more thrilling than knowing exactly what’s hanging where in your wardrobe, and what would look best if you were let’s say to dress in your typical Winter uniform.
You see, that short period upon the return of Christmas break and the anticipated start of Paris Fashion Week is the time where we not only like to reflect on what we achieved in the previous year, and how we aim to tackle the new year – it’s also the time we dedicate to refreshing our wardrobe, and in the off chance that we come across a perfectly-fitting, tailored blazer that just so happens to be *on SALE*, we like to indulge. Point blank, truly. As we’re in the process of getting rid of the old to make room for the new, it’s also the perfect time to make sure our timeless and classic pieces still fit and are in good condition. Perhaps you won’t give into the temptation to shop the sale as no new additions are necessary, but in case that you do, now’s the time to hit refresh on your wardrobe and make space for some sweet, new additions before Spring/Summer rolls around.
Sure, most of you might already be browsing through the new season collections and adding one piece after another to your shopping carts, but with the temperatures still in the single digits, dreaming up a summer outfit isn’t on top of our to-do list. It’s especially challenging to create a look that screams sunshine, rosé and feet in the sand if you don’t have a holiday in the sun planned in the (near) horizon.
So follow suit and shop 18 wardrobe essentials we believe are crucial to getting through the next months, and let us know in the comments below what you’ll be adding!
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