how to style white jeans - outfit ideas

Having a go-to pair of jeans in your closet is a given—you know, the ones that fit you like a glove and are always your fallback on “nothing to wear” days. But, as much as you love your ride or die denim, there’s a wardrobe essential you may be overlooking: white jeans. The next time you’re ready to slide into your favorite pair, give your blues a break and slide into a crisp pair of white denim. Somehow fresh and familiar all at the same time, they’ll instantly elevate your everyday style. Take a peek at our outfit ideas for some inspiration on how to style white jeans.

 

How to Style White Jeans: Floral Shirt
Florals al Fresco

For a dreamy way to wear denim after dark, pair white skinny jeans with a pretty petal print. Lighthearted and effortless, it’s a gorgeous combination ideal for warm nights spent under twinkling lights.

 

How to Style White Jeans: Gingham Top
Sleek and Simple

Bring off-duty denim into the work week by swapping your blues for bright whites. Add a timeless print like stripes or gingham and an oversized tote to transport your laptop in style. If you’re toughing out overzealous office AC, keep a cozy cardigan handy to ward off unwanted chills.

 

How to Style White Jeans: Chambray Shirt
Denim on Denim

Instead of going full-on Canadian tuxedo, combine a comfy chambray button-down and distressed white skinnies for a fresh take on the look. These versatile, easy-to-pair pieces are also the perfect blank slate for your favorite accessories. Try this duo with a bright crossbody bag, slide-on sandals, and statement shades.

 

How to Style White Jeans: Plaid Shirt
Checked Out

There’s no such thing as “too much denim,” but if you’re not ready to wear it head-to-toe, break up your double denim with a plaid button-down. Choose a bright-hued version of this classic print,  and add a front tuck to create a tailored white jeans outfit that’s casual and comfortable with a touch of cool.

 

How to Style White Jeans: White Denim Jacket
Dress It Down

Think beyond your tried-and-true skinnies, and add a white denim jacket to your weekend rotation. Refine your off-duty look by layering this summer staple over a casual knit dress and finish the look with a printed scarf. This fail-proof combo is great for any occasion from a backyard BBQ to Sunday brunch.

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travel capsule wardrobe

Planning your next escape? Stylist, Lindsay, is a seasoned traveler who knows a thing or two about packing light for far-flung adventures. She swears that, even if you’re a maximalist at heart, a carry-on travel wardrobe is the key to enjoying the journey. Headed to Europe for 2 weeks, with stops in Paris, London, and Berlin, she gave us an inside look at her essential packing list, plus important tips on how to create a travel capsule wardrobe you love.

 

Travel Capsule Packing Tips:

 

Only bring what you love (and never pack for the photo op)

While it can be tempting to build a travel wardrobe full of your most Instagrammable outfits, remember that travel should be about savoring the experience not just documenting it. I always start by choosing the comfortable pieces I reach for on a regular basis (and know I look and feel great in). The truth is, if you don’t love it, you’re not going to wear it.

 

Everything you need should fit in a carry-on, plus one backpack or tote. 

It’s so much easier to hop on and off of trains or manage multiple flights of stairs when you lighten the load. Unburden yourself from unnecessary luggage and enjoy the sweet taste of (croissant-flavored?) freedom!

 

Pay attention to the weather and what the locals wear.

Even though it will be in the 70s throughout my trip, it’s far less common to wear shorts in Europe, so I’m sticking mainly to pants and dresses for this particular travel capsule wardrobe.

 

Plan to do laundry.

The trick to packing light for extended travel is to bring only enough outfits to last half your trip. Pack a small amount of powdered detergent so you can easily do a load of laundry if you have a washer available in your Airbnb, or wash essential pieces in the sink of your hotel.

 

Pick a mostly neutral color palette. 

Any great capsule wardrobe (for travel or every day) starts with a foundation of solid basics, with one or two patterns or pops of color for added interest. Remember, every single piece should easily match the others and be worn 2-3 times throughout your trip. This time, my core colors are black, white, and denim.

 

Repeat your airplane outfit.

(If it ain’t broke…) Trust me—the earplugged, eyemask-wearing masses are not paying attention to what you’re wearing on a long-haul flight. You can totally get away with wearing the same outfit on both legs of the journey.

 

 

Travel Capsule Wardrobe
 

Travel Capsule Packing List:

 

Clothing: Mix and match travel essentials.

1. Patterned midi or maxi dress
2. Elevated joggers
3. Skinny jeans 
4. LBR (little black romper)
5. Denim jacket
6. White button-down
7. Colored tank
8. Neutral tank

 

Footwear: Limit yourself to 3 comfortable pairs.

• Sneakers: Choose a fashion-forward pair that’s not overly sporty.
• Flats: Opt for loafers, mules or ballet flats.
• Low heels or sandals: High stiletto heels are generally a ‘no.’ (Hello, cobblestones.)

 

Don’t Forget: Again, only pack what you need for half your trip.

• Underwear, bras, and socks: For 14 days, I’m bringing 7 undies, 3 bras, and 4 pairs of socks.
• 1 purse: Seriously, that’s all you need. Choose a crossbody style with a zipper closure to make sure everything stays secure.

 

Extras: Choose your own adventure. . .

• Pajamas: Sleeping in your skivvies or in the buff saves space in your suitcase. (Just saying…)
• Outerwear: Pack a light waterproof jacket if necessary.
• Jewelry: Less is more, and be sure to leave valuable/irreplaceable pieces at home.
• Accessories: Scarves, sunglasses, and easy-to-pack hats are a great way to keep your outfits looking fresh. One of each is plenty.
• Swimsuit: Only bring a suit if you already have plans to hit the pool or the beach.
• Activewear: One outfit is enough since moisture-wicking workout fabrics dry quickly. Hand-wash and hang to dry overnight.

 

Travel Capsule Wardrobe

 

Travel Capsule Outfit Ideas:

 

1. Joggers + Neutral Tank + Denim Jacket 

I’ll wear this outfit with sneakers on both of my flights. It’s so important to dress in layers to stay comfortable, and the joggers’ relaxed silhouette and tie waist also help.

 

2. Jeans + Colored Tank 

I’ll be enjoying a food and beer tour in London—this flowy sleeveless tank worn with my stretchy high-waist skinnies is the perfect ensemble for indulging.

 

3. Black Romper 

Paired with low heels, this will be my go-to look for dinners and fancier plans. Its full, skirt-like shorts and high neckline give it polish and wearability. Not into rompers? Pack a simple black dress instead.

 

4. Joggers + White Button-Down

Front-tuck a button-down top into joggers to switch up the silhouette, then add sneakers for a long day of seeing the sights.

 

5. Jeans + Neutral Tank

When deciding which neutral-colored tank to pack, choose one with a pattern or embellishments to create an effortless denim pairing that still makes a statement.

 

6. Maxi Dress

Black and white stripes are timeless, and a maxi length is perfect for a picnic under the Eiffel Tower. I’ll add flats and a neck scarf for the perfect finishing touch.

 

7. Jeans + White Button-Down

For a classic look that will feel at home anywhere, tuck the button-down into your high-waist skinnies and complete the look with flats.

 

8. Joggers + Colored Tank

While these olive joggers add a bit of color to my travel capsule wardrobe, it’s also a hue that’s mellow enough to serve as a neutral and works well with almost any shade.

 

9. Black Romper + Denim Jacket

Adding a jacket and sneakers to the romper gives it a whole new casual-cool vibe, ideal for an afternoon bike tour around Berlin.

 

10. Maxi Dress + White Button-Down

A dress can do double-duty as a skirt when worn under a top. Add the button-down and tie it at the waist to create a more defined shape.

 

Travel Capsule Wardrobe

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modern boho style

The word “boho” often conjures the image of festival-goers wearing flower crowns or Woodstock-worthy fringed vests, but modern boho style is about way more than costumey trends. With that same care-free spirit but a sleeker style in mind, we’ve compiled a list of essentials for creating a contemporary boho-chic look.

 

Fringe Details

If you’re not ready for a full-on fringe binge, introduce it sparingly with small accents and subtle pieces. Start with beaded tassel earrings or a raw hem and work up to a tank with rows of fringe featured front and center.

 

 

Embroidery

Both beautiful and unconventional, embroidery breathes new life into simple silhouettes. A classic chambray shirt or a once-basic blue jean feels fresh and modern adorned with these seemingly handcrafted embellishments.

 

 

Statement Silhouettes

If you’re struggling to bring your whimsical wardrobe from the weekend into the work week, reach for stand-out shapes. Try bell sleeve tops or printed wide-leg pants for an office-appropriate take on your free-spirited style.

 

 

Mixed Prints

Inspired by art and a carefree attitude, the bohemian aesthetic is all about taking risks and breaking the (outrageously outdated) rules of fashion. Play with pattern, mixing bold prints, striking colors, and unusual details for a look that’s uniquely your own.

 

Breezy Kimonos

If you’re looking for a little extra coverage, a cascading kimono is a must-have boho piece. Ethereal and effortless, this ultra-lightweight layer is easy to throw over just about any outfit in your everyday wardrobe.

 

 

Updated Florals

Florals? Groundbreaking… If you’re bored with the constant bombardment of botanical prints, we have good news. Florals are finally being reinvented! For an eclectic update, experiment with blossoms printed on a military jacket or on a playful bell sleeve top.

 

 

Lace Textures

With long-standing significance in fashion, lace’s vintage vibes can be updated with modern styling choices. For a boho-luxe look, pair a lace top with a sheer silky kimono and destructed denim for head-to-toe texture.

 

 

Alternative Accessories

Great style is all in the details. Try a printed bandana playfully wrapped around your wrist or ponytail, or add a woven basket bag to spruce up a neutral outfit. Look for a colorful or tasseled version to add even more interest.

 

First image courtesy of @chanfetti.

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style at every age fashion in your 50s

With the hustle and uncertainty of your 20s and 30s well in the rearview mirror, it’s time to focus on you. Whether you’re slowing down to enjoy the little things or embarking on big adventures, you need an easy wardrobe that helps tell your story. Fashion in your 50s is all about outwardly expressing that journey while striking the perfect balance between comfort and style. These are the pieces we love for achieving total style contentment in your 50s.

 

Fashion in Your 50s: White Button Up

1. A White Button Up

Polished clothing that may have looked basic in your 30s now provides a certain air of authority. Plus, you’ve learned that ease and versatility are cornerstones of a strong personal style. A classic white button up is comfortable and equally chic when paired with denim, wide leg trousers, or colorful chinos.

 

 Fashion in Your 50s: Colorful Chino

2. Colorful Chinos

If you were to look up “ageless style” in the dictionary, you’d find an image of the trusty, timeless chino. Combining clean lines, a flattering fit, and soft fabrics, they’re an absolute must-have for any lifestyle. Opt for a bold color (or two!), or really let your personality shine with a printed or embellished pair.

 

 Fashion in Your 50s: Bell Sleeve Top

3. A Subtle Trend

They say that youth is wasted on the young—we’d argue that most trends are as well. The wisdom of knowing what works best for you means that you can be choosy about the trends you try. You’ve mastered the art of editing, so rock a subtler statement sleeve with dark denim or add a bold, on-trend accessory to a simple outfit.

 

 Fashion in Your 50s: Lightweight Layers

4. Lightweight Layers

You deserve nice things! Upgrade your layering game with high-quality pieces that are lightweight enough to wear year-round. A semi-sheer knit made from cotton, linen, or cashmere breathes beautifully in warmer weather and is thin enough to wear under a jacket or vest through cooler months.

 

 Fashion at Every Age: Timeless Moto

Fashion at Every Age: The Timeless Moto

No matter how many times you’ve been around the sun, there are a few essentials that every woman needs in her style arsenal. After all, age is just a number. You’re never too old for a touch of classic cool, and a moto jacket looks completely effortless when paired with all your closet staples. Wear it with skinny jeans and a tee or black cropped trousers and your timeless white button up.

Click and scroll down to check out our other must-haves for flawless style at any age: The Elevated White Tee | The Bright Bag | Perfect-Fit Denim

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summer fashion trends

It’s the first official day of summer, and we’re ready to have some fun in the sun. What we don’t have time for? Anything that keeps us pent-up indoors, including online-shopping or hitting the stores to find a new-season wardrobe. Fortunately, starting the summer off in style is easier than you think. Make the most of your time OOO with these 3 essential summer fashion trends you may already have in your closet.

 

Spring to Summer Fashion Trends: Ruffles@anabeth.jpg

Romantic Ruffles

This year’s take on fashion-forward frills is effortlessly feminine without being precious, thanks to the underlying structure of these fluttery pieces. The beauty of the trend is there’s a bound to be a version that’s right for anyone, whether it’s a tee with a ruffled hemline, a tank with flutter sleeves, or a billowy tiered maxi dress.

 

Spring to Summer Fashion Trends: Embroidery@laurenhenesy

Bohemian Embroidery

The embroidered trend goes hand-in-hand with airy fabrics and draped shapes—ideal components for a carefree summer look. Live la vie bohème and accessorize your detailed piece with a woven bag and tassel earrings, or temper its free-spirited vibe with ultra-fresh white distressed denim in a modern silhouette. We’re opting for a cropped straight leg.

 

Spring to Summer Fashion Trends: Florals@velvet_sugar

Florals, Naturally

We know we’re not reinventing the wheel here, folks, but you can—and should—keep those spring florals in your rotation all summer long. This is especially true since last season brought brighter, bolder blossoms than we’ve seen in previous springs. Their vivid shades pop beautifully against our favorite warm-weather staples: perfectly faded light wash jeans and natural-hued linen shorts.

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style at every age fashion in your 40s

The conversation around fashion in your 40s is often centered around the topic of age-appropriateness and what not to wear, and we just don’t buy it. By now, you have a well-developed sense of self—including how you choose to present yourself to the world. So throw out the so-called rulebook and instead, explore our favorite ways to add a punch of personality to your signature look.

 

Fashion in Your 40s: Bright Blouse

1. Bright Blouses

Celebrate your hard-earned confidence by experimenting with vibrant shades. Do you typically stick to neutrals but love a red lip? Wear that red on your non-proverbial sleeve! Is there a color you were told you should never wear at some point in your life? Forget those old-school haters, and give it a whirl.

 

Fashion in Your 40s: Fashion-Forward Pant

2. A Fashion-Forward Pant

Tops tend to get all the attention when it comes to statement styles, but a modern pant silhouette adds an instant air of style authority to any look. Play with proportion by tucking a slim button-down into luxe relaxed joggers, or wear a sheer flowy tunic over a tank and cropped wide-leg pants.

 

Fashion in Your 40s: Whimsical Print

3. Whimsical Prints

If your well-honed look involves a closet full of solids, let this serve as a reminder to not take your style too seriously. A small dose of print can have a huge impact, adding texture and depth to any outfit. Reach for bold botanicals or classic leopard—even a subtle stripe can transform a look.

 

Fashion in Your 40s: Untraditional Blazer

4. An Untraditional Blazer

There’s a fine line between wearing what you know and love and falling into a style rut. Step outside your style box and experiment with a blazer in a new shape, material, or print for the office. We’re currently loving sleek tuxedo silhouettes, checked prints, and stretch-knit fabrics that add a casual-cool touch.

 

Fashion at Every Age: Perfect-Fit Denim

Fashion at Every Age: Perfect-Fit Denim

No matter how many times you’ve been around the sun, there are a few essentials that every woman needs in her style arsenal. After all, age is just a number. High-quality denim is virtually indestructible, so a timeless pair (or two) that fits your particular shape perfectly warrants a splurge. Feeling like a million bucks is well worth the minor investment.

Click and scroll down to check out our other must-haves for flawless style at any age: The Elevated White Tee | The Bright Bag The Timeless Moto

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how to wash workout clothes

We’ve all been there. You pull your favorite compression leggings out of the wash only to find that they’ve become impossibly snagged in the zipper of your skinny jeans… or perhaps they’ve acquired the stench of a thousand pounds of sauerkraut. The reality is that incorrect washing can destroy or significantly shorten the life of your gear. But don’t throw in the towel just yet; we’re here to show you the proper way to wash your sweaty workout clothes. Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty…

 

DO: Air out

Don’t let your clothing sit in a wet, stinky bundle. You’re virtually rolling out the welcome mat for mold and mildew. Hang items to dry instead of leaving them in your gym bag or tossing them in your hamper. Since most fitness fabrics are non-absorbent to begin with, they’ll dry in a snap.

 

DO: Wash cold

This may seem counterintuitive, but washing in cold water is a must. (The care label of nearly any workout garment will back this up.) Keeping it chill prevents shrinkage and the breakdown of highly elastic fabrics.

 

DO: Wash inside out

Sweat, bacteria, and natural body oils accumulate on the inside of the fabric, so flipping your items before washing is key. This ensures your washing machine can get straight to work on the dirtiest bits. Turning clothing inside out also helps prevent fabrics from visibly pilling.

 

DO: Use white vinegar to eliminate odors

If things have gotten a little out of hand on the funk front, there are plenty of effective odor eliminating products available, but we prefer to keep things simple and all-natural with white vinegar. When needed, add half a cup to the softener compartment, so clothes will get a clarifying rinse after the wash cycle. And never fear, any lingering vinegar smell will disappear as your gear dries.

 

How-To: Wash Workout Clothes

DON’T: Wash with abrasive garments

Mesh and cut-outs are having a big moment right now, and those on-trend details require extra TLC. Sort your gym duds in a separate load from your denim and other pieces with zippers or metal hardware. If that’s not possible in your busy life, mesh delicate bags are your new best friend. (Bonus: They’re ideal for keeping regular bras, sweaters, and embellished clothing safe too.)

 

DON’T: Use too much detergent

Take it easy there, killer. Excess detergent can cause build-up in fabrics, locking in the stink from your workout. It can even lead to nasty fungal growth. Eau de mildew, anyone? Be careful with concentrated detergents especially. Chances are, you’re using at least twice what you need.

 

DON’T: Use fabric softener

This is the absolute most important step. It can mean the difference between feeling like a million bucks or feeling like a swamp creature at the gym. Fabric softener clogs up the fibers of your fitness garments, leaving a coating that prevents them from truly getting clean. It also blocks the moisture-wicking capabilities of technical fabrics. The same goes for dryer sheets—just say no.

 

DON’T: Use the dryer

Air dry, always! Otherwise, you may as well hold a memorial service for every last piece of lycra you own. High heat can damage the elasticity and shape of spandex/lycra fabrics and trap in any unpleasant scents not removed during the wash. But let’s get real—we can’t always schedule our lives perfectly, so if you’re in a rush, be sure to tumble on a low or no-heat setting.

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style at every age fashion in your 30s

In your 20s, you alternated between building a foundation of basics and experimenting with every trend imaginable. In your 30s, you’re leading a fuller, busier life packed with milestones—promotions, baby showers, weddings—and a far more hectic schedule to squeeze it all into. It’s time to go beyond the basics (and girlish fads) and focus on polished pieces that are versatile enough to serve your busy life. Fashion in your 30s starts with these essential styles.

 

Fashion in Your 30s: Lace Top

1. Ladylike Tops

A crammed calendar calls for tops that are appropriate for every occasion, transitioning seamlessly from work to dinner plans or a bridal shower to a charity event. Thankfully, we’ve learned that a less-is-more approach is far more alluring than the skin-baring styles of our past. Opt for tops that are more sleek than sexy—focusing on luxe fabrics, interesting textures, and statement details.

 

Fashion in Your 30s: Tailored Trousers

2. Tailored Trousers That Aren’t Black

You’ve got your workwear staples covered, and chances are, it includes a whole bunch of basic black (yawn). Your weekday wardrobe is begging for styles with a bit more personality. The next time you’re hunting for office-appropriate pants, embrace texture and pattern; try herringbone, gingham, crosshatching, or stripes. And, if necessary, head to a tailor to make sure you get that perfect made-for-you fit.

 

Fashion in Your 30s: Chambray Button Up
3. A Chambray Button Up

Sleeker and more versatile than the denim jacket you wore throughout your 20s, the chambray shirt can be worn as a workwear blouse, casual top, or lightweight outer layer. Business casual dress code? Wear it buttoned and tucked into trousers or a pencil skirt. Off-duty, pair it unbuttoned with a white tee and darker denim or throw it on over a printed shift dress. Really, anything goes with this wardrobe workhorse.

Fashion in Your 30s: Grown-Up LBD
4. A Grown-Up LBD

The wedding invites that started arriving like clockwork in your 20s continue to pour in. Only now, you’re being invited to swankier soirees. The super-sweet or slinky styles worn in the past no longer fit the bill, so it’s time to invest in a polished LBD. Choose a flattering silhouette you feel amazing in—regardless of your current relationship with the gym—so you feel completely confident when the next formal invite arrives.

Fashion at Every Age: Bright Bag

Fashion at Every Age: The Bright Bag

No matter how many times you’ve been around the sun, there are a few necessary pieces that every woman needs in her style arsenal. After all, age is just a number. A bold statement bag is the easiest way to elevate a simple tee and jeans or a classic button-up and trousers.

Click and scroll down to check out our other must-haves for flawless style at any age: The Elevated White Tee Perfect-Fit Denim | The Timeless Moto

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best sports bras for every activity

When it comes to sports bras, there’s no one size fits all solution. Finding the right support for your sport depends on your shape as well as your workout’s impact level. No matter your cup size, we’ve got you (and your girls) covered, so check out our guide for choosing the right type of sports bra for every activity.

Low Impact Sports Bras

Low-impact sports bras are designed for yoga, pilates, walking, and weight-training.

Designed with comfort in mind, these styles are less structured and typically offer lighter coverage with slimmer straps.

 

If your cup size is: A

You can get away with wearing low-impact sports bras for yoga, boot camp, and everything in between. So go ahead and wear these lightweight, frequently-strappy styles for any activity!

 

If your cup size is: B or C

Choose styles that offer enough front coverage to keep you comfortable through yoga inversions and overhead presses. Adjustable straps help customize the fit and add additional support for medium cup sizes.

 

If your cup size is: D+

While the right low-impact sports bra may work for comfy everyday wear, steer clear of these low-coverage, low-support styles for any activity beyond going for a stroll.

 

Medium Impact Sports Bras

Medium-impact sports bras are ideal for spinning, hiking, elliptical training, and dance-based workouts.

These styles may still include intricate details but offer more support with thicker underbands, extra coverage, and elasticized straps.

 

If your cup size is: A or B

These are your perfect sports bras for running. Additional coverage and the comfort of structured straps provide more than enough support for any intense workout.

 

If your cup size is: C or D

Strappy styles aren’t just for smaller cup sizes, but there are a few key factors in getting the support you need; look for bras with multiple straps on each side that contain strong internal elastics.

 

If your cup size is: DD+

Wear these bras for activities where less support is needed, but extra coverage is a necessity. Whether you’re choosing a style that’s straightforward or detailed, wide and/or elasticized straps are a must.

 

High Impact Sports Bras

High-impact sports bras are built for running, circuit training, plyometrics and fast-paced sports.

Support and function are maximized with the help of full coverage silhouettes, wide elastic straps, and double layered fabric.

 

If your cup size is: A, B or C

Even small-to-medium-busted ladies can benefit from a compressive full-coverage fit, especially for cardio-based workouts. To control the bounce-factor, switch to a high-impact style for your next run or HIIT workout.

If your cup size is: D+

These are the styles you may feel most comfortable in for the majority of workouts. When you’re looking for a fashion-forward style, high neck bras with mesh piecing or cutouts offer support that manages to avoid the dreaded “uni-boob” look. Or, keep things simply structured with wide crisscross straps.

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How to Make Your Sports Bras Last Longer

Read our complete list of dos and don’ts to keep your workout gear in peak performance shape.

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style at every age fashion in your 20s

If your wardrobe is having a quarter-life crisis, you’re not alone. The trends we tried in our teens have been languishing at the back of our closets for years, only to resurface in the occasional (and sartorially horrifying) Timehop post. It’s time to clear the clutter and take a fresh approach to fashion in your 20s. Here are our top picks for building a strong wardrobe foundation. Ready, set, #adulting…

 

Fashion in Your 20s: Everyday Dress

1. A Casual Everyday Dress

Get more mileage out of your wardrobe with a casual dress—it’s far more useful than a slinky going-out number you’ll wear once or twice before banishing it to the back of your closet. A stretch-knit shift dress is universally flattering. Choose classic stripes or a neutral color like olive to ensure it will be in your rotation for seasons to come.

 

Fashion in Your 20s: Going Out Top

2. Tops That Bare Just Enough

Every 20-something needs a handful of flattering, go-to tops they can throw on with their favorite skinnies for an impromptu evening out. Choose styles that strike a balance between flirty and polished. Contrast bare shoulders with a relaxed silhouette or flaunt an open back tempered by a higher neckline in front. The goal is to show off your best assets with a touch of class.

 

Fashion in Your 20s: Black Skinny Jeans

3. Black Pants That Aren’t Leggings

While we readily admit to wearing athleisure on the regular (no shame in our fashion-forward comfort game), it’s important to have a more refined option at hand. A stretchy black skinny jean combines the comfort of a legging with the polish of a trouser. Opt for a rich, super-dark wash and avoid distressing for maximum versatility.

 

Fashion in Your 20s: Denim Jacket

4. A Classic Denim Jacket

Denim jackets are an incredibly versatile wardrobe staple you’ll reach for time and time again. Wear with a striped top and white skinnies, top off a floral dress, or embrace the “Canadian tuxedo” and pair with denim shorts and a basic tee. However you decide to style this timeless piece, be sure to choose a jacket with stretch so you can layer comfortably through every season.

 

Fashion at Every Age: Elevated White Tee

Fashion at Every Age: The Elevated White Tee

No matter how many times you’ve been around the sun, there are a few essentials that every woman needs in her style arsenal. After all, age is just a number. A detailed white tee elevates any look from basic to effortlessly stylish—try a knotted detail, ruffled sleeves, or an asymmetrical hemline.

Click and scroll down to check out our other must-haves for flawless style at any age: The Bright Bag | Perfect-Fit Denim | The Timeless Moto

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