If you had to narrow your wardrobe down to just 10 pieces of clothing, what would you pick?
If you had to make your entire wardrobe (including things appropriate for home, work, Church, events etc.) with just 10 pieces of clothing what would you pick? (For the purposes of this, we'll say the 10 pieces does not include socks, underwear or necessary winter wear, but does include fashion accessories, extra outerwear etc.)
My cargo pants. I wear them ALL the time. Now I am retired, I do not have to dress up every day. I have cargo pants for summer and warmer jogging pants for winter. And some tops of course. And a fleece to keep me warm in winter.
Tough question! My list includes: jeans, white long-sleeved hip-length blouse, black slacks, matching black blazer/jacket, seersucker Bermuda shorts, denim jacket, simple knee-length dress w/ slightly flared/pleated skirt, a gray flyaway front tunic cardigan, black yoga pants, natural linen long-sleeve blouse. I've reached 10 but still can't do w/o a long print scarf, a belt, boots, flats, sandals, a large tote, a clutch, dark glasses, and silver jewelry! Can you tell I'm a California girl?
That basic black dress. One of my numerous wraps. My turquoise/sterling Native jewelry. A great pair of jeans. A red blouse. A turquoise blouse. A pair of black slacks. A pair of black capri pants. A long scarf. A black skirt.
Is that even possible for women? Shoes alone are a big part of every wardrobe and that would equal at least four items. You have me smiling at the possiblities though. I guess jeans are a basic because you can dress them up or down followed by a good neutral jacket and blouse. Then of course you would have to have that little basic black dress with heels to match. The rest is underwear.
When it comes to your wardrobe do you focus on quantity or quality?I recently read that Parisian women generally have 1/2 as many clothing items as American women, but tend to have very high quality items. I am...