We’ve all been there: that moment when you look in your closet and think, “I have nothing to wear!” It’s a #FirstWorldProblem, but we’re here to help. Usually, a simple closet-refresh is needed. Re-organize your clothes, pull out what you don’t like or what doesn’t fit, and move the in-season pieces toward the front. Once you can better see what you’ve got to work with each day, try out some of our tips for shopping your own closet.
Brighten Up a Classic Ensemble with a Patterned Scarf
You can never go wrong with a scarf. This simple accessory works year-round, can be worn in about a thousand different ways, and is an easy way to take your outfit from “eh” to “oh, hey!”
Get Your Granny On
Pull out your favorite spring floral top and pair it with cropped pants and a colored shoe.
Enact the Three Piece Rule
The three-piece rule is another game-changer, a widely used rule of thumb by stylists and in the retail world that helps build more complete, pulled together outfits. And it’s crazy simple, basically boiling down to PIECE #1 (TOP) + PIECE #2 (BOTTOM) + LAYERED PIECE #3 = OUTFIT MAGIC! Not convinced? Check out this outfit before the blue blazer was added.
Remember Leopard Print is a Neutral
When in Doubt, Wear All Black