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So, here’s the sitch. You’re constantly tempted by beautiful designer things, but lust and love and save and stalk...and never pull the trigger. We get it! It can be truly difficult to invest in something luxe when there’s a wild world of cheap goodies out there. But, if you put on lotion every day to avoid future raisin face and toss a few paycheck bucks to the feds to keep from evading taxes, why wouldn’t you treat your beloved wardrobe with the same sort of future planning? We propose this: think long-term.
With a hand-selection of the finest investment-worthy pieces from super-chic UK retailer Matches, it shouldn’t be too hard to convince you guys of our school of thought. And for one of you, it’s going to be even easier than that, since we’re partnering with the British mainstay to give away one $5,000 shopping spree of closet must-haves for years to come.
So, here’s the plan. Whether you’re crossing all of your fingers to win big or are simply curious as to what exactly you need to buy next, take a peek through our list of the style essentials that are completely worth the price tag. From statement-making blazers to the perfect pop of quirk, you’re just a few clicks and picks away from your very own guidebook to timeless style. Take a look and don't forget to enter to win this amazing giveaway!
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