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Fashion Favorites: 1 Style Edit, Endless Easy Outfits

If you know anything about our Style Edits, then you know they’re all kinds of awesome. Each one is tailored to you, with every last piece hand-picked by your personal stylist; they’re delivered right to your door, where you get to try on your items in the comfort of your home; and you get to keep what you like or send back what you don’t (for free) using a pre-paid shipping envelope. The best part? Knowing that you’ve added pieces to your closet that you truly love and know you’ll wear, all without ever having to leave your house (read: no crowds, no lines, no pushy salespeople, etc.).

But there’s one more thing to love about our Edits that you probably never even realized: they’re super versatile. That’s because your stylist not only sends you seven items that perfectly fit your likes, loves, wants, and needs, but she’s also doing some styling for you—choosing pieces that can easily mix and match to create not just a couple of outfits, but a nearly endless array. Don’t believe it? To prove just how versatile our Style Edits can be, we put together a week’s worth of outfits using pieces from one Edit. Check out the pieces and outfits below, then order a Style Edit ASAP (because after seeing the endless possibilities, we know you’ll totally want to).

Meet the pieces:

1. Skinny Jeans 2. Little Black Dress 3. Bomber Jacket 4. Cold-Shoulder Blouse 5. Sweater 6. Turtleneck 7. Infinity Scarf

Outfit No. 1: Everyday Ensemble

There’s no better cold-weather combination than a simple sweater and dark-wash jeans. Textured heather gray looks both chic and classic, while a glittering statement necklace takes this go-to outfit from basic to beautiful.

Outfit No. 2: Girls’ Night Out

Pair slimming skinny jeans and a silky floral blouse for an easy ensemble that looks good without trying. (Bonus points if the top incorporates two of the season’s biggest trends: tie necks and cold-shoulder detailing.) Sparkling earrings and a glossy lip keep you looking low-key glam, whether you’re heading out on the town or sipping wine on your best friend’s couch.

Outfit No. 3: Mid-Week Concert

A LBD is the no-brainer pick for any late-night event, but can be a little dressy for your average music venue. Add some rocker edge to your look with a sporty bomber jacket and throwback choker detailing. Heels or moto boots, a red lip, and a cateye will have you ready to rock.

Outfit No. 4: Casual Friday

Even dressed-down days should look good at the office. Try a tissue-thin turtleneck and skinnies, which keep you looking sleek, plus a statement necklace to pull the outfit together. Don’t leave home without a jacket (offices are always cold)—this one puts just the right amount of casual in Casual Friday.

Outfit No. 5: Weekend Adventures

Whether you’re vintage shopping, heading to the movies, checking out a museum, or exploring a local food festival, this layered look is the one to wear when your off-duty plans have you out and about. Let the floral blouse peek out from under a sporty-chic bomber jacket, then toss on a cozy infinity scarf for a little extra warmth. Simple studs and sneakers keep the look low-key, while drop earrings and heels dress it up just enough.

Outfit No. 6: Date Night

Keep it sweet but sexy in an open-shoulder skater dress that’s sure to impress. Choker detailing means no necklace is needed, but an oversized bangle helps to add a little sparkle. Slip on an infinity scarf in a soft shade in case you need an extra layer.

Outfit No. 7: Sunday Brunch

Go girly but laid-back in a feminine floral shirt and frayed skinnies, then add a scarf on top for both an extra dose of style and the ability to dine al fresco even when it’s chilly. Pretty earrings or a cocktail ring give the look a little daytime glam, while stacked booties or strappy heels are the perfect finishing touch.

Ready to make a nearly endless array of outfits using just seven pieces? Order a Style Edit today, then get ready to mix, match, and love everything you’re wearing.

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