3 ways to wear: Classic style

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If you tend to favor sophistication, comfort and ease then classic is your style. 

Your go to’s:

  • Button-down shirts in white, navy, black or blue
  • Jeans
  • Pencil skirts
  • Blazers (a must!) in black, navy or camel 
  • Shift dress
  • Chambray shirt
  • Tuxedo Jacket in black
  • Black and nude pumps
  • Ballet slippers
  • Cardigans
  • Cropped pants in black or khaki
  • Driving mocs or loafers
  • Leather jacket in brown or black
  • Aviators or wayfarers

For a twist on classic, try incorporating other colors. Jewel tones are always in around the fall so think think jade, violet or blue. You can play with prints too, as long as you pair them with neutral pieces. Why not try a purple and green paisley printed button-down with a black suit skirt and pumps for an office appropriate ensemble? 

Your stores/designers:

  • JCrew
  • Banana Republic
  • Gap
  • Anthropolgie for accessories
  • Brooks Brothers
  • Kenneth Cole
  • Cole Haan
  • Nordstrom
Another fun idea, swapping plain flats for funky moccasins or gold loafers. Keep the clothes simple, but play around with accessories and color. This style can be limiting if you only stick to the basic palette, which is great for the office. But for the weekend, amp it up with your tuxedo blazer, jeans and booties.

Have a fun classic look? Upload it under comments!

3 Comments

  1. I think my style certainly has a classic feel to it – I’m a huge comfort person and love wearing button down tops and flats. I also love my jeans! However, I’d say my style is classic with a little twist of girly as I love fun, feminine colors. As I’m a fifteen year old, my style isn’t too tailored or serious either.

    Lovely post, dear! You really captured the essence of the classic style and I love how you put together this post. It was really helpful! x

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