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6 Wardrobe Essentials Every Fashionista Must Own


6 Wardrobe Essentials Every Fashionista Must Own



Dressing right can make you the star of any event. Your friends and family members may just brand you a fashionista. To achieve this, you need to know the basics of fashion and keep a close eye on the latest trends. Sometimes, this can be as easy as trusting your instincts and opting for a quirky look.

Fashion trends change every season. As a fashionista, you may not want to find yourself donning dresses that were a part of last year’s fall collection. However, a few elements from your wardrobe will always remain fashionable and delight the eyes.

Women who like to follow current fashion trends often overspend on new clothes and accessories. However, you should know that you don’t need to update your wardrobe every now and then. One of the benefits of assembling a well-rounded closet is that you can look stunning by simply mixing and matching your clothes and accessories right.

You need to have some of the most basic, yet timeless pieces to create an awesome, classic wardrobe. Here are some elements that a true fashionista will always have in her wardrobe:

1. Plain Tees in Solid Colors

Most women believe that solid colors can seem dull and boring. But, that’s a misconception. When teamed with beautiful accessories, plain tees can look charming and elegant. In fact, they can be worn for almost all occasions. They are versatile, look cool, and can be worn any time of the year. White tees are undoubtedly the favorite among fashion lovers. This color is a must-have for summers. Solid colors can act as great anchors for statement pieces, including quirky scarves, embellished chokers, or even a denim jacket.


You will do well to invest in tees of different colors with varied necklines. Neon colors and bright shades of red, pink and blue are excellent options to add to your wardrobe. You can wear them with a pair of shorts, jeans, simple tights, or even sequined skirts.




2. Well-Fitted Black Blazer

You don’t need to be a corporate professional to sport a blazer. A tailored black blazer can be the best way to add a formal touch to your overall attire. It is a classic hit for semi-formal events when worn with a loose blouse and jeans. A well-fitted jacket that suits your body type can make you look chic and sharp.

Blazers are the perfect solutions for women who are conscious of their arms or waistline as they can conceal these areas. You can even throw on a black jacket over a top teamed with short dresses, trousers, and skirts. Make sure your blazer fits you well (not too loose or too tight) so that it looks structured.

Black Blazer


3. Short Black Dresses

The trick to buy distinct styles in black dresses is to pick those with different details. So, one may have a deep back, and another may have a unique cut in the front. Dresses with outlandish sleeves or those that come with an embellished belt will make you stand out. It is advisable that you try the dress before buying it.

Every woman knows that her wardrobe should have at least one little black dress, but it’s equally important to invest in a few other styles as well. Know which styles will suit your body type best and include them in your wardrobe. For instance, women with heavy thighs can opt for skater dresses and A-line dresses. These dresses will highlight the midriff region and not the thigh area.



4. Classic Pair of Red Pumps

When it comes to heels, black is the obvious choice for most women. But, red pumps are the way to go for a glamorous look. Red heels can add a pop of color to your attire and can be easily worn for every season. For a chic look, you can pair them with a striped shirt, a pair of black pants and a trench coat. Red pumps worn with contrasting black bottom-wear can highlight the color.



5. Dress Pants

Before investing in expensive clothing items, you should closely assess the contours, shape, and proportions of your body. This will help you identify the right style of pants for it. Well-fitted trousers in any color look great for formal and semi-formal occasions. For office wear, go for pants with a wide leg. Pair them with a shirt or blouse and slip into a pair of heels to complete the look. When you buy a new pair of dress pants, make sure the length of the pants is long enough to wear with heels. At the same time, it should not so long that the pants reach the ground.


6. Statement Jewelry

Most attires look incomplete without accessories. Along with trendy clothes, you should include varied styles of accessories in your closet. Statement necklaces and bold earrings can make a simple outfit look smart and vibrant. Invest in an over sized watch or a broad gold choker. They can be worn with most outfits. Match the color of your jewelry to one of the colors in your outfit for a coordinated look.

“Less is more” is the thumb rule for wearing statement jewelry. This is a tricky aspect as it is likely that it may look too flamboyant. Make sure you wear only one piece of bold jewelry with your outfit.



To Summarize

Being a fashionista can be a fun as well as an important role. You may become an inspiration for many people. Wearing well-coordinated clothes can increase your confidence by manifolds. If you want to look your best, don’t forget to don your ensemble with a poised smile for more exuberance and panache.

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