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Boost Your Wardrobe With $2,000 Of Newness, Courtesy Of Need Supply Co.

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    With dreams as big as our ideal wardrobe, we couldn’t help but think — what if there was one outfit, just one head-to-toe look, we could rely on for the entire season and beyond? A set of investment pieces that work together but shine individually and last for years on end.

    So, we hopped to it and formulated a perfectly edited spring outfit that’ll infuse newness into last year’s seasonal wares, but punch each outfit up to statement-making status. And the very best part is: You can win the whole thing!

    We’ve teamed up with Need Supply Co. to give one lucky R29 reader the closet boost they’ve been dreaming of: a $2,000 shopping spree on the brand's unbelievably well-stocked site. Need Supply Co.'s tightly edited, finely tuned collection of must-haves from its in-house line — as well as goodies from killer brands like Jeffrey Campbell, Won Hundred, and Topshop Unique — is the perfect pool to grab your dream spring wares from.

    Enter for a chance to take home the sweepstakes gold, and take a look at our ideal head-to-toe ensemble. Between the perfectly draped tank, statement-making shorts, and an unexpectedly versatile jacket, we wouldn’t be surprised if you snap the whole thing up, whether or not you wind up a winner.

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