Fashion “don’ts” may not always be as easy to avoid as simply getting rid of outdated styles lurking in your wardrobe. Few clothing trends work for every situation. Fortunately, with a wardrobe containing a few basic pieces of clothing and the right accessories, you can look your best on any occasion.
A Day on the Town
On your day off, you want to look sharp while staying relaxed. If your day includes running errands, leave the high-heeled pumps and tailored skirt at home. Instead, select a more casual look. Anything denim will suffice. Choose a pair of floral-print jeans with a cropped fit. Add a peplum tee or fun knit top. Accessorize with a stack of beaded bracelets and long, dangly earrings. To top it off, pick a pair of bold framed sunglasses.
A Day on the Go
When you plan a day trip, you want to dress for the occasion with comfortable clothing less formal than something you would wear to the office.
A great pair of dark-wash boyfriend jeans provides an ideal starting point for pulling together this style. Top them with a trendy sweatshirt. Then accessorize. Sunglasses are a must for a day outdoors, so pick your favorite pair of frames in a tortoise shell or wood-grain pattern. For jewelry, select a long pendant necklace and a chunky cuff for your wrist.
A Day at the Office
Most likely, your employer wants you to dress in business casual attire at the workplace, but this doesn’t mean you can show up in wrinkled, unkempt clothing or even dress the way you would on your day off. Tailored trousers or pencils skirts fit the bill. Add a button-down top and accessorize with a your favorite necklace. Complete the look with a pair of drop earrings and a pair of vintage-inspired eyeglasses. You might want to wear those high-heeled pumps as well or stick to more comfortable basics like ballet flats or popular Oxford loafers.
Preparation is key to being fashion-ready. When you style your look around the activities of your day, you can easily achieve fashion success no matter what the day holds.
Disclamer: This post is written in collaboration with lovely Warby Parker's Fashion Coordinator Kaki. This is not a sponsored post.