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Top 10 things that remain the same with change—go!!
Denim layers forever. I am not gonna lie I have 8ish denim jackets and love them all to bits for different reasons. Will forever be a denim girl (who is also team Canadian tuxedo). I know denim is quite basic and essential to most people’s wardrobe, but it plays such a massive role in my style, so had to make note.
Strike a balance when wearing designer statements. So, I am not a big logo girl/prefer less loud styles—so when it comes to designer, I like things that are more understated. But when I do fancy something a little more bold, like my Chanel dad sandals, I went with the style where the C’s are black and blend in with the shoe. Balance is key for me when adding something a bit fancier to a look. Keeping looks grounded by mixing masculine and feminine as well as elevated things teamed with more laid-back and casual.
Forever fangirl of Totême and Khaite knits, their pieces are works of art and worth the investment. I bought from both brands a few years ago now and they’ve remained close favorites and I know will continue to be part of my wardrobe for a long time.
Celine sunglass girl for life. I have a bevy of other brands but always come back to these. I got my first pair a decade ago.
Mainly neutrals with investments for versatility. I love a fun print or color but when it comes to higher ticket items, I like to select something that can work with the majority of my closet…
Mixing jewelry metals makes life easier and more fun. Ever since my engagement and wedding bands came along, I have been having so much fun mixing metals. Historically a “gold girl” but that’s not the case anymore. I love it all and think mixing is so elegant.
Converse, and only converse. Once you find a sneaker label you love, stick with it. I have lived In converse for maybe 2 decades now? And will always have them on rotation.
I am with Coco Chanel on this one: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” Less is more in my book.