Going Back To Closet Basics

A classic tux blazer// Effortless chic wide-leg pants// The versatile button-down shirt// 

Back when I was 18 years old when I started my first job on Wall Street, proper professional business office attire from black slacks to button-down shirts, pencil skirts and blazers were of utmost importance to companies. This helped me learn how to be a savvy shopper - focusing more on classic dressy pieces that made getting dressed in the morning a cinch. Over time as I got out of the corporate world, I've deviated from that mind-set when it comes to clothes buying. I've been slowly editing my wardrobe so I can get back to those days of having classy basic timeless pieces that kept my closet looking minimally chic and sharp. That process to achieving this goal however has been dragging on a bit too long, and has me feeling antsy as of late. It may have to do with all the mega 'end of the year' sales that some of my favorite stores like, Barneys, Club MonacoNordstrom, Piperlime, Shopbob, Express, Net-A-Porter are currently running. These deep discounted prices afford one the opportunity to snatch those much desired wardrobe base pieces at more sensible prices {as I always say 'the prices that they should have been to begin with...'} that will get you excited about going into your closet in the morning.







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