5 Wardrobe Essentials

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

"In every woman's wardrobe, there are certain accessories that cannot be separated from their back stories."
― Sloane Crosley


Mackage Jacket (similar)

Black Moto Jacket

I'm obsessed with my Black Moto Jacket from Mackage - I wear it in all seasons and just love it. It does have some wear on it so I am on the search for a new one! But what I love about moto jackets is that once they came into style, they never went out. And of course, black and leather, it's all so classic. Whether it be leather or faux leather, a classic black leather moto jacket will put together any outfit - a casual errand day to date night.




Jimmy Choo Abel (here)

Black Quality High Heels

What girl doesn't love high heels? So if you're a heel lover, you need to have a classic pair - whether it be leather, patent or suede - black heels will go with EVERYTHING. And I cannot stress enough, but splurge on a quality pair so they will last you forever and they'll be way more comfy to wear. A lot of times people associate brand names with just that, being a brand name but being someone who used to buy all their shoes at Aldo and switching over to designer brands, they will save lives and keep you from having such terrible feet pain! I invested in a pair of Jimmy Choo Abel's in patent black a few goes and they're still amazing. They do have a little wear on the toe tips but other than that they've held up amazing and I can wear them between 4-8 hours!




Citizens of Humanity (here)

Good Fitting Jeans

I hated jeans. I just hated the way they fit and found them so uncomfortable. I used to buy all sorts of brand name jeans - Seven, Citizens, True Religion - and just found them, eh. I always kept them in the back of my closet, just in case I felt like wearing them. I have wide hips and small ankles, so it was always hard to find skinny jeans, as they would fit my hips but look huge around my ankles or vice versa. It wasn't until I tried Zara jeans, that I fell in love with jeans. Their jeans just seem to fit me so perfectly! And now, I'm obsessed. I love to wear my jeans. And every girl needs a good pair of jeans for their casual looks and even for a night out on the town!




3.1 Phillip Lim Pashli (here)

A Statement Bag

Sometimes you just want to wear all black but still have that pop, so having a statement bag helps with that! It helps liven up an outfit when you don't want to wear any statement piece clothing! Whether it's a small crossbody or an everyday purse, make sure you have either a bold colored purse or something with a bold print!




Michael Kors Watch (similar)

A Watch

A watch is a classic piece of jewelry! It's an accessory anyone should have - whether you're a boy or girl, jock or prep, etc. A watch is for everyone, not only does it help tell the time (duh!!) but it makes any outfit look put together! I used to be obsessed with wearing watches, I would never leave without having one on my wrist and I wish I never stopped that habit (but when the battery dies, it's hard to make the time to go and buy a battery for it!). So make sure you've got a watch in your wardrobe and make sure it's a color you can wear always! If you like metals, make sure it's a metal you'll wear always!

What are some of your wardrobe essentials? Let me know below!

- The Cassie Paige
Photos by Israel

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7 Comments

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  2. These are definitely my essentials too!
    Kisses, Paola.
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  3. I totally agree they're all essentials! I love your blue bag! x

    LAURA ­| Laura Thinks About

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  4. these are definitely essetials!!! i agree
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  5. These are some great essentials!! I do have the statement bag and watch covered but I really must buy a good pair of high heels! The Jimmy Choo's are absolutely to die for!

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