I try and use as much of my wardrobe as I can but just like every woman I tend to have a couple of pieces that are well and truly making regular appearances. Plus I am all about trying to get multiple looks out of the one item to ensure I maximise my cost per wear. Here’s what’s currently doing overtime in my wardrobe…
I’m slowly whittling my wardrobe down to a limited number of wearable pieces as I try to accomodate a growing bump. This grey Bec & Bridge dress is proving to be the ideal companion during pregnancy. It’s a wrap dress so it’s easily adjusted and means I can virtually wear it throughout my pregnancy, it’s a neutral so it’s easily dressed up or down and it’s a flattering cut and shape. Win-win situation wouldn’t you say?
White sneakers. I just cannot get enough of them. I’ve been trying to keep these as pristine as possible but it’s tricky when I just want to wear them all the time! This all-white pair by Adidas are the ideal pair to work back with everything from dresses to playsuits and is quite the multi-tasker as they’re super comfortable and chic at the same time.
Anything I can personalise with my initials on it has my vote! The range of colours available on The Daily Edited site has meant that I’ve succumbed to grabbing these pouches in a rainbow of colours (see above for proof!) so I can wear them with pretty much anything in my wardrobe. They’re also quite roomy which makes them perfect for being able to take all my essentials with me.
Aquazzura is just killing it in the shoe stakes. Season after season I find multiple styles to fall in love with. These in particular. They’re just fun personified! I love the lace up ankle ties, and the tassels and fringing give them a unique touch which elevate them from your normal, garden variety black heels. I’ve found they work with a formal look and something a little more casual so they have definitely been worth the investment as I’ve been able to wear them on multiple occasions.
What are some items in your wardrobe you just can’t get enough of right now?