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The Classics

Banana Republic shirt, Current/Elliot denim, Michael Kors wedges (last season, similar & similar), Tory Burch handbag (old, love!), David Yurman ring, Faux Pearl studs

Lately, I have been having a very difficult time finding clothes in my closet that I like. I think it is a combination of graduating, starting my first full-time job, and ultimately getting older. I have been evaluating my current wardrobe and most of the clothes I have are from a time in my life where I was more focused on dressing "preppy" rather than developing my own personal style. As I get older, I am naturally being drawn to higher quality (and unfortunately more expensive) pieces, which can be super frustrating since I am still transitioning out of that "broke college student" phase in my life. To combat this, I have been reaching for the classic pieces in my wardrobe--the ones that are more chic and timeless, so I can eventually begin investing my money in less, but better quality clothes that better reflect myself.

Are you having a difficult time transitioning your wardrobe into a new season of your life? How are you making your current clothes work? I would love to know!


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