Why choosing a wardrobe"uniform" may be a good idea

Janelle Monet in black and white. Coco Chanel in a LBD. James Brown in a 3 piece suit. All people in uniforms that we instantly associate with their brands.  We all recognize everyday people who like something that works for them and sticks to it. It may be looked down upon when not executed properly, but a "uniform" can be useful for your wardrobe for a few key reasons.

Jacket-Eloquii (similar) * Skirt- Rebdolls * Shirt- Old Navy


Once you decide on your wardrobe's "uniform" , you will buy with that uniform in mind. Uniforms inherently have multiple parts. just because it's the same uniform, doesn't mean it's the same color,length, material or cut.



Top- Walmart (similar) Skirt- F21


Stated plainly, you like what you like. When you are drawn to something, the transition to break it in is much easier. The added bonus in this is that even if you go outside of your "uniform", the pieces still work in different looks because they have already passed your initial standard.


Shirt- Old Navy * Skirt - Full Beauty

When you already have an idea of what you want, the dreaded "What is there to wear" convo is diminished significantly. You don't even have to think. Just grab that dress, grab that blazer and those heels and hop in the shower. Nothing to it.

Ciao for Now,


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