Most of the people nowadays are looking for a way to feel stylish, suitable for their daily life and not having to put too much effort in it. Now, not stressing about a million outfit possibilities and being able to simply put an outfit together, which is classic and timeless, may not be as difficult as one might think. In fact, these 5 clothing pieces are classic, flattering and look good on everyone:
1. Straight Leg Jeans
Dressed down with a cute crop top or all dressed up with a blazer and some loafers, these jeans just won't let you down. Their clear cut is flattering on everyone, provides comfort and is certainly not the currently extincting skinny jeans, which gets hit on by generation Z. That being said, many celebrities, like Hailey Bieber in this picture, have been rocking the straight leg jeans for ages.
It's well-known that white blouses are a must-have in every business woman's wardrobe. What is sometimes forgotten, is that they come in many different variations and can be dressed down easily, perfect for being fashionable in daily life. Say, a white blouse, the straight leg jeans we mentioned earlier, some kitten heels and you're good to go.
They add a little vintage vibe and make outfits, that would otherwise be dull, quite interesting and personal. With the collared sweater making a comeback in 2020 these sweaters will not only help you build a stable, classic wardrobe, but also incorporate a current trend.
Flats are casual but still chic. What could one want more? Depending on the flat you choose to wear, you can include some spicy personal style. Are you going for some chunky loafers, to achieve a funky, comfartable look, do you graviate towards classy Oxfords or is it girly ballet flats that take hold of your heart?
Now, this may be an unpopular opinion, but I strongly believe that the beret is a classic headgear that will never go out of style. To demonstrate this, I chose this picture of Julia Roberts iconic beret-look in 1999's Notting Hill.
So what do you think about these clothing pieces? Do they make up an important part of your style and if not, are you willing to integrate them into your wardrobe?