Many young women are going from working in an office to working at home, many of them choose to stay at home or start a business at home, so they can be more flexible. And many offices finally allow women to dress more casually at work, not only on Fridays but throughout the week.
While students have always been able to dress as they want, more and more young women find that it is possible to do the same. And retailers are joining to meet the growing demand for elegant clothing that is comfortable and easy to care for, but that also looks modern and fashionable.
Even so, it can be a challenge to put together a unique wardrobe that is functional and looks good too. If you are new to the work at the home scene or a new mother, you may find a closet full of work clothes and insufficient sportswear. What was enough for the weekends does not go very for when it becomes something every day. So, in addition to shopping, how to put together a wardrobe of casual, comfortable but fashionable pieces that can be put together quickly in the morning and still look great all day?
Start with what you love. Now you can use whatever you want, so be clear what that is, you should already have an idea of your favorite looks from a quick review of your play clothes. And here is a list of basic concepts that will give you style, comfort, options, and versatility.
1. An assortment of beautiful t-shirts, tanks, and blouses. Buy only those you love. You are dressing to please you. so remember, if you do not feel good about that, it’s probably not worth taking a second look.
2. Jeans, khaki pants, shorts and yoga in neutral colors that will mix well with the upper parts. The straight leg pants are the best, but you can throw some pockets or bags for fun. Add a few skirts of cotton or khaki for the days when you want to look more girlish.
Finally, find some pairs of shorts with a comfortable fit.
3. Varied active wear for cooler weather. Add some sweater dresses to wear with leggings or tights for a change of pace. Long knit tunic blouses also work well with skinny jeans and tights. You will need some cardigans in neutral tones or jewels. Use neutral colors over colors and jewel tones over black. For added comfort and warmth, add some colorful leg warmers, such as those featured in the Marc by Marc Jacobs autumn collection.
4. Dresses with straps that can be dressed up or down, one in basic black. Summer dresses can also be covered with a light cardigan or a shawl when the weather is fine.
5. A casual blazer to wear over a shirt when you want to look formal. A basic black coat jacket with a modern cut to combine with everything in cold climates, or suede or lightweight jacket for mild winters. In cold places, increase the coat with a large knit hat, some colorful knit scarves and a large pair of gloves.
6. Cheap jewelry to entertain you when you get bored with your outfits. A selection of low-cost ballet shoes in colors, some pairs of flip-flops and some Keds in a bright color. Do not forget a multipurpose bag. You may want to recycle your college backpack (ideal for hiding while you shop and it also works as a diaper bag). Add a quality bandolier that goes everywhere and a small black bag to go out at night.
7. Clips with fashion clips to pull your hair and ponytail bands assorted for quick hair adjustments.
8. A plaid flannel work shirt to replace a knit jacket or jacket.
9. A baseball cap for days of bad hair and a great pair of sunglasses.
10. Recycle any business clothes that can go casual. Some tanks and shirts can work just as well with jeans as with business suits, and you’ll save yourself the feeling that you’re going to lose.
The urban style has reached the fashion scene and is here to stay. Unlike a lot of glamorous catwalk fashions, this style seems more accessible for every day and takes elegance to a whole new level. It is known to be bold and avant-garde at the same time that it is seen as something achievable and can be affordable.
As if you were incorporating something new into your wardrobe, it would be best to first evaluate your existing tastes. Unless you are looking to do a general overhaul or change your appearance, chances are you already have an idea of what styles, cuts, and clothing adjustments look best on you and with which you feel most comfortable. Then, it’s time to investigate a little more! One of the easiest ways to do it is to simply look for street styles or stained fashionistas in your favorite city and see what types of styles attract you. Do you feel a dark and dangerous boot that reaches your knee? Or maybe an elegant military blazer over a loose shirt is your thing? Or maybe both? Look what you like and go from there.