Today, it’s all about discovering your personal style. So far, we’ve covered how to begin your wardrobe basics journey and how to match your wardrobe to your current lifestyle. Make sure to catch up by reading parts one and two. Because personal style is a big talking point, I’m going to to discuss your color palette in the next post!
On the first day of spring, I couldn’t wait to pull out my white dresses, tops and pants. Especially white denim. My favorite spring outfit by far are these crisp, white pair of cropped jeans and a relaxed button-down blouse.
This week, it’s all about connecting your wardrobe to your lifestyle. Your basics are the foundation of your wardrobe, so they should reflect what you do most often, whether it be at the office, at home with the kids or traveling every weekend.
The first thing to do is a lifestyle breakdown. Think about your daily/weekly activities. Check your planner if that helps too. Where do you spend most of your time?
It’s Friday! But first, your daily dose of fashion.
Spring is already here in Mississippi, but I’m hoping some cool weather returns before all the flowers begin to bloom. My style has changed a lot over the years, but the one style I never get tired of is comfortable and chic lounge wear. Comfy tees and leggings are, thank goodness, socially acceptable for running around during the day. And what’s even better? Throw on some cute ankle booties and a necklace and you’re ready for dinner.
Basics are the skeleton of your closet. And without them, you are swimming in a sea of “orphan” clothes. Time and time again, you stand in your closet, stumped on what to wear and frustrated with the fact that nothing goes together.
For me, I am drawn to fun bohemian clothes and bright colored prints, but they aren’t always practical and can’t take me from season to season. I’ve had to train myself to buy more basics because you need a good foundation before you build a house right? The same thing goes for your wardrobe.