It’s that time of year. September sneaks up as you slowly store away summer pieces to make room for fall favorites, and before you know it, you’re covering every inch of your home in pumpkin scented candles. To make sure your closet is as ready for the new season as you are, we’ve curated a fall wardrobe checklist with a full breakdown of all the style essentials you’ll need to easily update your look.

 

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Colored Denim

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Colored Denim

1. Colored Denim

Our favorite style muses have been spotted sporting almost every color of the rainbow, but we’re particularly in love with vibrant jewel tones and earthy hues. If you’re bored of blue, these versatile jeans are easy to pair with colors or neutrals and perfect for creating an outfit that works every day of the week.

 

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Ribbed Knits

2. Ribbed Knits

Consider this the foundation for your fall wardrobe. The added texture elevates an otherwise simple pullover without compromising comfort. Comfy yet lightweight enough for layering, they allow you to rework and restyle outfits both old and new.

 

 Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Frayed Hem Jeans

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Frayed Hem Jeans

3. Frayed Hem Jeans

With so many variations of this trend, you can choose the style that feels most comfortable to you. It can be as subtle as an unfinished hem, or as daring as full-on fringe. Take advantage of the ankle-baring length and pair them with a statement shoe.

 

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Drape Front

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Drape Front

4. Drape Front Silhouettes

Whether you’re dressing up for dinner and drinks, or winding down for movie night in, drape front cardigans and jackets are a highly sought out style this season. Cozy beyond compare, they’re ideal for layering. And, hey, if the group votes on a spooky flick, it’s a stylish piece to shield your eyes from the scary parts. Just saying…

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Braided Trims

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Braided Trims

5. Braided Trims

Not just for hair, small braids are weaving their way into our wardrobes in a big way. Give your arms a break from trying to achieve the perfect fishtail and try out this trend on a bag, jacket or pair of denim instead.

 

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Zipper Details

6. Zipper Details

Oversized zippers in random places are in our no-fly zone (sorry, Tragic Kingdom-era Gwen Stefani), but thoughtfully placed zippers in small doses bring a bit of cheek without going over-the-top. They fit right in with the utilitarian trend and add an instant update to our favorite blue jeans and blouses.

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Utility Jackets / Military Jackets

7. Utility Jackets

This outerwear essential will be on constant rotation given its ability to look both stylish and commanding at the same time. Adding this of-the-moment piece to your wardrobe will have you ready to join the army of trendsetters.

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Cargo Skinny Jeans

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Cargo Skinny Jeans

8. Cargo Skinny Jeans

While utility jackets are heavy hitters this season, skinny cargo jeans are arguably neck-in-neck. The combination of these two booming trends—military-inspired detailing and zippers—come together to create a statement-making pair of pants you can rock year ‘round.

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Suede Moto Jacket

9. Suede Moto Jackets

Leather jackets aren’t the only type of must-have moto this season. While it might be hard to part from our tried-and-true biker jacket (seriously, you may have to pry it out of our cold, dead hands), soft suede looks just as effortless and put-together.

Fall Wardrobe Checklist: Tunic Sweater Dress

10. Sweater Dresses & Tunic Sweaters

With the comfort of an oversized tee and the convenience of a one-and-done piece, a sweater dress or tunic sweater is the obvious solution for that in-between season closet conundrum. Transition these pieces by adding a pair of tights or elevated leggings. (You know we’re down for any opportunity to pass off leggings as pants.)

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How to Wear Cropped Jeans

The first falling leaves have us reminiscing about back-to-school shopping and the crisp, new jeans that always signified autumn’s arrival. Thankfully, the parental shopping lists are long gone, but our love for building a fresh fall look is still strong. Whether you’re starting from scratch or transitioning your summer wardrobe, this season’s ankle-baring cuts are the perfect foundation for effortless style. Our stylists share a few easy tips for styling their favorite fall denim trend: cropped jeans.

cropped jeans: high waist skinny jeans

High-Waist Skinny

“Tuck your top into cropped, high-waist skinnies to accentuate curves or use them as a sleek foundation for longer tops.”
– Christina, Wantable stylist

Pair With:
– Cropped moto jackets
– Embellished tops
– Strappy heels

cropped jeans: slim-cut boyfriend jeans

 Slim-Cut Boyfriend

“Wear your favorite tattered pair of cropped boyfriend jeans with a simple top and jacket so the focus is on the raw-edged cuffs and other cool, destroyed details.”
– Tatjana, Wantable stylist

Pair With:
– Basic-with-a-twist tees
– Utility jackets
– Fun flats or sneakers

cropped jeans: distressed jeans / straight-leg jeans

Straight Distressed

“It’s easy to elevate straight, lightly frayed cropped jeans with a textured blazer and a sleek top. Choose a darker wash to keep the look appropriate for casual Friday or a night out.”
– Lindsay, Wantable stylist

Pair With:
– Structured blazers
– Silky tanks
– Pointed-toe flats or heels

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fall jacket styles

Summer styling is easy to admire for its simplicity, and we sure are sad to see it go. But, there’s something about updating our wardrobes for cooler temps that has us jumping for joy. And, hey, we won’t let an excuse for a closet overhaul pass us by, especially when it comes to rounding out our wardrobe with ultra-versatile fall jackets. Ready to up your fall layering game? These four key jacket styles will let you embrace the art of layering and provide you with endless options to last all season long. 

 

fall jacket styles: denim jacket

fall jacket styles: denim jacket

Something Classic

On days when you can’t seem to beat the what-to-wear blues, a denim jacket is a simple solution. It pairs with just about everything, and with so many different washes to choose from, you can select a hue that best suits your style.

 

 fall jacket styles: bomber jacket

fall jacket styles: bomber jacket

Something Sporty

The bright, silky, embroidered bombers of 2017 were so extra and are now so over, but simple varsity-inspired styles are always in. Both casual and comfortable, this nod to nostalgia is the perfect option for your off-duty days.

 

fall jacket styles: utility jacket

fall jacket styles: utility jacket

Something Utilitarian

Military-inspired pieces are right on trend and not going anywhere in the foreseeable future. Effortless and laid-back, the utility jacket can be styled a multitude of different ways. Pair with a basic tee and blue jeans or throw it over a feminine ensemble for an eclectic twist.

 

 fall jacket styles: moto jacket

fall jacket styles: moto jacket

Something Cool

Whether you style it like a Parisian or someone with a rock-and-roll soul, a moto jacket is an effortless piece that keeps you looking calm, cool, and collected. Sleek finishes, stud embellishments, and embroidered elements are great details to consider when you’re looking for the one that fits your style personality to a T.

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There’s no denying that military-inspired pieces have been steadily marching their way into our wardrobes left, left, left, right, and left over the past few years. In fact, utilitarian details and edgy elements are trending now more than ever! So how do you keep your favorite utility jacket and cargo pants feeling fresh? With a few easy-to-replicate outfit formulas, your closet will be ready to combat any style rut.

 

The Statement Piece: Utility Jacket

Currently classified as a wardrobe staple, a cargo military jacket will be on rotation as frequently as your go-to denim and moto jackets. Whether it’s plain army green (our new favorite neutral) or plastered in a camo print, it pairs well with so many pieces that your outfit possibilities are endless.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Camo Jacket

Add a Complementary Color: Fiery Red

Pairing camo with an all neutral ensemble is always the safe bet, but the more striking color combo you may be overlooking is olive green plus a fiery shade of red. Whether you start small with a sassy shade of lipstick, incorporate the hue into your handbag, or layer a casual tee, it’s the perfect pop to add to an otherwise ordinary outfit.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Red Shirt

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Red Shirt

Finish the Look With: Detailed Denim

To keep your cargo jacket outfit low-key without blending into the background, complete your look with a pair of detailed denim. Features like exaggerated cuffs, raw finishings, and utilitarian elements ensure you have an eye-catching get-up from head to hem.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Frayed Denim

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Zippered Denim

The Statement Piece: Skinny Cargo Pants

Also known as utility chinos, the skinny cargo pant is the edgier alternative to the classic chino. More streamlined than the baggy and belted cargo pants trend of the past, thoughtfully placed zippers and strategic seams elevate this style from outdated to on-point.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Utility Chinos

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Utility Chinos

Plays Well With: Stripes

Stripes have long been a seriously powerful pattern. They’ve seamlessly stood the test of time, and whether bold or barely there, they make a big statement when paired with a cargo pant. Together, they’re the trend that’s taking over, and we’re happy to say it’s here to stay.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Striped T-Shirt

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Striped Top

Finish the Look With: Minimalist Accessories

With stripes and army surplus-style details as the focal points of your ensemble, simple accessories are the perfect compliment. When it comes to jewelry, stick to your familiar favorites, then stow your everyday essentials in an oversized tote or modern backpack.

 

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Half United Necklace

Utility Jackets & Cargo Pants: Faux Leather Backpack

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dress code - dressy casual style

Typically, we give a hard pass to being told what we can and can’t wear. That’s just, like, the rules of feminism. However, certain social events still come with a suggested dress code—take, for instance, the ambiguous “dressy casual” (aka “casual dressy” or “smart casual”). Um… what the heck does any of that even mean?! Luckily, we’ve deciphered this incredibly confusing dress code for you, so you’ll be ready when the next invite arrives.

The answer: choose slightly dressed up versions of your favorite casual looks (avoiding shorts, basic t-shirts, distressed denim, and sneakers) so you can stay true to your style while still meeting dress code standards.

 

Dressy Casual Dress Code: Sweater + Skinny Cargo Pants

Comfort is Key

By definition, a dressy casual dress code calls for the perfect balance of comfort and style. A skinny cargo pant paired with a lightweight knit is the elevated take on skinnies and a tee. With utilitarian finishes and zipper details, they’re a tad edgy while still providing the comfort of a legging. Step your styling up a notch with accessories in daring prints and eye-catching colors.

 

Dressy Casual Dress Code: Chambray Shirt + Colored Denim

Wedding Bells and Baby Bumps

Whether it’s baby or bridal, celebratory showers seem to be filling up our social calendars these days, and it can be tricky to come up with festive looks for each event. Instead of choosing standard blue jeans as the foundation for your outfit, opt for a colored pair. Bold, bright-hued denim topped with a chambray shirt is both fun and completely current.

 

Dressy Casual Dress Code: Polka Dot Top + Joggers

See Things in Black & White

If you’re heading to a cocktail party, ditch your LBD for a jogger-inspired trouser. Paired with classic pieces like a white blouse and pump, your look will still feel smart and sophisticated enough for an after-5 occasion. With a relaxed fit and fashion-forward style, they’re a guaranteed win for feeling confident and comfortable all night long.

 

Dressy Casual Dress Code: Utility Jacket + Striped Top + Jeans

Decorative Denim

Blue jeans with an understated pattern are an excellent alternative to your everyday denim. Mix your prints with a contrasting top and add a figure-framing utility jacket for an ensemble that feels effortlessly put-together. Finish your look with neutral accessories, including comfy flats ideal for heading straight from socializing to slaying your weekend to-do list.

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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.

 Modern Boho Style

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.

 

Modern Boho Style

@jessicasoaks

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 mixed with stripes on a tee with statement sleeves.

 

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.

 

Modern Boho Style

@oakevaaa

 

First image courtesy of @chanfetti.

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cute 4th of july outfit ideas

We’re going to let you in on a little secret: you don’t have to wear a literal flag to show your patriotic spirit this 4th of July. Instead, we suggest looks that are a little more “America the beautiful” and less “MURICA!” Here to inspire you are 5 cute outfit ideas for celebrating the 4th in style.

 

Cute Outfits for the 4th of July: Red White and New

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Red, White & New

A party on the patio calls for fun, of-the-moment details. Elevate a basic white tee with vibrant red shorts or skinnies and complete your look with festive tassel and pom-pom accessories.

 

Cute Outfits for the 4th of July: Stripes

@somethingwhitty

Simple Stripes + Sneakers

A casual dress in classic stripes is just the thing for staycation-ing, plus, it’s an easy piece you’ll reach for all summer long. Pair it with sneakers and head downtown to watch the parade and explore local landmarks.

 

Cute Outfits for the 4th of July: Stars

@maddy.corbin

Stars + Cut-Offs

Escape the city to enjoy a day of sunshine and swimming, with sparklers and s’mores by night. A bonfire under the stars calls for subtlely star-spangled layers, and you’re in luck because star prints are having a moment right now.

 

Cute Outfits for the 4th of July: Gingham

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Gingham + Distressed Jeans

Did you know that July is national picnic month? Pack a basket of snacks and enjoy the fireworks wearing a look that’s pure Americana: distressed denim and a picnic-perfect gingham top.

 

Cute Outfits for the 4th of July: Chambray Dress

@loveandlarock

Darling Denim

What could be more all-American than an all-denim ensemble? Go denim-on-denim with separates or choose an easy chambray dress. Top off this backyard BBQ-appropriate look with a hat or your favorite shades so you can enjoy hours of fun in the sun.

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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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