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Style 101: Why you need a uniform

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If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, it’s that I tend to gravitate towards the same type of clothing over and over again. Take a peak inside my closet and you’ll find a lot of black with a few pops of whites, greys and other neutrals. Also a trend inside my closet? Long, loose and flowy items—you’ll rarely see me in something tight.

Am I tired of these looks? Nah. Not at all. It’s my uniform and it’s what saves me time in the morning when I’m getting dressed. A lot of my stuff can be paired together, which adds up to a number of outfits that I feel good in. Take these culottes for example. I probably wore them every other day this summer and that was OK—they paired well with all my tops and I never had to worry about being uncomfortable and I managed to look put together! Win, win.

The culottes, sleeveless turtleneck sweater and Mackage Rumer Jacket are definitely the most rotated items in my closet. The great thing about these items is that they’re classics that you can literally pair with ANYTHING. Trust me.

Tell me in the comments below—What’s your uniform and why?

lost on the way home wilfred durandel sweater

lost on the way home wilfred durandel sweater

lost on the way home wilfred durandel sweater

lost on the way home wilfred durandel sweater

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