Every wardrobe needs a foundation in order for you to get the most out of the pieces you buy.  Without a foundation, you'll continue to run into the same issues:

(1) Struggling to wear clothes you own in different ways

(2) Resort to wearing the same items and outfits

(3) Buying items to never wear or wear only once

(4) Wasting money on clothes that you'll never wear

 

Building a wardrobe may seem like one big expense that you can't afford; however, by skipping this step you'll end up spending way more money in the long run.

 

How? Because your only option for new outfit options is spending money to buy new pieces instead of learning how to restyle the pieces you own over and over again to create new outfits.

 

The only way to prevent this is by investing in your basic pieces.  These pieces are must-haves in order to be able to maximize your wardrobe options and make the most out of the money you're spending.

 

In order for you to know which basics make the most sense for you, you have to understand (A) What your wardrobe needs and (B) Does it make sense for your lifestyle.

 

Shopping with a purpose allows you to be more strategic with how you're spending and provides you with direction on what items work best for your day-to-day.

 

If you're struggling to get more wear out of your clothes, your wardrobe needs a little update with your basic pieces.

 

To make it easier for you, I've rounded up the basics that'll work for any age, a 3-step process to take before you begin building so you know what you need, a breakdown of the different styles for different figures to a shopping guide filled with affordable pieces so you can start filling the gaps within your wardrobe.  Building A Wardrobe: The Basics eBook will take you through each step.

 

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i struggle with piecing together items within my wardrobe - it lacks the basics

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i have the basics but need help getting more wear out of my clothes