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What are you "must-have" items in your wardrobe?

By Shana O'Connor February 25, 2014 - 11:42am
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Fashion must-have!

I want to hear your "must-haves" in your closet! What are your favorites? 

Mine are the following:

  • Black tanks, t's and shorts
  • Flipflops
  • A good pair of jeans (or two or three)
  • Wedges (in as many colors as possible)
  • Nude heels 

What about YOU?

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Annette Hazard_2

This is fun. I create my list based on what I usually pack when traveling.
-dark jeans
-nice brown boots
-black heel
-and of course the little black dress!

February 26, 2014 - 11:09am
Casey Zychowski Blogger

Oh love this post!
*Great pair of dark denim jeans
*Suede Nude High Heels
*A few bright blazers (yellow, orange, pink)
*A Long white tank
*Statement necklace
*Cute maxi dress for day or night!

February 25, 2014 - 8:50pm
Sara Dietz


Mine would be:
- A classic black peacoat
- Black Blazer
- Black flats (really anything black works!)
- Nude Heels
- And some color!!!

February 25, 2014 - 2:23pm
Susan Cody HERWriter Guide

Nice share! 

Hmmmm....a good purse, a few scarves, black blazer, good jeans and an LBD. A classic white shirt. Definitely an exotic maxi dress or two for me, and several tanks with well fitted short jersey skirts of various colors that can work for the beach and with heels - a night on the town! 

I have several statement pieces of jewelry - I wear one then wearing a simple outfit.

Wedges - definitely! Some really pretty flats and some nice heels too. 

Mix rather than match, and don't be afraid to take some chances! Oh and jeans shorts, spandex and non-pedicured feet are a huge NO! lol! 


February 25, 2014 - 11:54am
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