Five essential everlasting pieces to have in your closet

Five essential everlasting pieces to have in your closet

It’s Sunday morning and you have nothing to wear?

A closet full of clothes and yet no outfit to put together there…

Regardless of how many clothes you own, if you look inside your closet and realize that you don't have anything to wear, remember that less is more.

We help you explaining key pieces that will match any closet and glue all your other pieces together.

1. Classic White T-Shirt

Liani by Liani Wisdom: White T-shirt
A plain white t-shirt can be combined with a variety of colors and patterns. The color white represents cleanliness, simplicity, and minimalism. It makes you feel at peace and focused on your everyday activities.

One of the main reasons to choose the textile from which your T-shirt should be made is its softness and quality.

We encourage you to choose a t-shirt made by sustainable materials such as organic cotton which doesn’t involve pesticides and uses 91% less water or bamboo fabric which is one of the most eco-friendly fabrics because of its extremely soft, crease free, gives excellent heat regulation and hypoallergenic characteristics.

Opting for environmentally conscious materials will make you feel special, kind and in harmony with nature.

2. Black Leggings

 Leggings are well known for their ability to highlight your legs' shapes, while their fit is synonymous with femininity. Wear black leggings to embrace your curves and your entire body.

A pair of black leggings can be worn for a variety of occasions, even a casual party or dinner. We recommend that you pair it with a long or oversized t-shirt, a long sweater, or a trench coat.

Leggings are also suitable for workouts and for relaxing at home. Leggings without any other cuts but the waist are suitable for all sort of occasions, even elegant ones.


 It is important to consider the correct size of leggings, you should ensure that they are not too snug or too loose, as they must fit perfectly on your body. 


  3. The Timeless Trench Coat

Nothing is more essential in a transitional closet than a trench coat, This is an item you can wear forever. If it has a classic shape and quality material, it can even become vintage in your closet. This garment was designed specifically to wear outdoors because it protects you from the wind, cold, and dust. The trench coats that are waterproof are made of: treated cotton, poplin, or leather.

This type of coat has been popular since 1800. It was worn by soldiers in the first World War. At first, the coat was designed for the military force, but as pop culture and Hollywood took hold, the trench coat became a fashionable item. Did you know that the trench coat was invented by Tomas Burberry in 1879. A must have for a classic well thought closet. 


4. Loafers

This is an iconic item that will elevate your look, whether you pair it with sweatpants, jeans, or keep it formal and elegant with work pants. It may surprise you to learn that the modern slip-on shoe was designed by British shoemaker Wildsmith for King George VI in the 1920's.

If you consider these shoes to be part of your outfit, you cannot go wrong. If you would like to add more sophistication, consider wearing a pearl necklace and earring set as well as an elegant suit to complete the look.

 The best pair of loafers for a classic closet are the ones without any details, just simple and clean in black or brown leather. If you choose open ones, they will be more edgy and comfortable as well.

 Try to find ones with gold standard leather from the Working Leather group. It will make you feel good that animals are better treated so are the environment and working conditions.



5. The Fancy Handkerchief

Using a handkerchief as part of your outfit refreshes your look, this is the perfect accessory for a classy woman who wants to add a pop of color or a different pattern to a neutral palette. Be creative and use it over your head, your shoulders or attached to your bag. If you choose a classic design, it will grow old with you.

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