What is everyday style? To some people, it’s the effortless look that every “cool girl” has mastered, usually just by picking up the first t-shirt and pair of jeans off the floor of her bedroom in the morning. But to me, it’s much more than that. In my opinion, finding the perfect everyday style is a thoughtful process — and it’s usually all about finding quality wardrobe staples that both stand the test of time, while staying true to my personal aesthetic.
After doing a huge wardrobe clean-out a couple days ago in an effort to declutter my wardrobe for the new year and make way for the new, I discovered that there were some key pieces that I never wanted to let go of: the button-up shirts that I wear from work to weekends… the perfect pairs of jeans that are actually long enough for me and haven’t stretched out in years… the cute knit sweaters that have been through hundreds of washes but haven’t shrunk or lost shape… you get the picture — it’s all about
QUALITY when it comes to finding clothes that will stand the test of time!
It might be a little hard to figure out where to start when it comes to building your everyday wardrobe, but thanks to my friends at Stitch Fix, it’s never difficult for me to find style-staples that are just right for me! You guys know that I’ve worked with them before, and it’s definitely for good reason… my Fix stylist takes away the headache of shopping for me, and sends me pieces that she knows I’ll love… and I always do, because they include some of my favorite contemporary brands like Rails, Equipment, Paige, Sundry, Joie and Joe’s Jeans! So to start the new year, I’m sharing the Stitch Fix experience with you: you can sign up today and get your first package sent out to you for free — $0 styling fee, and you only purchase the items that you want to keep! How’s that for starting the new year in the most fashionable way?
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