Your inbox, with its folders and tabs and tags, is a work of art. Your workout routine is fine tuned for maximum sweating. And don't even get started with your online dating game — you've perfected a system for separating the dates from the duds in two texts, flat. So, why then, is your closet not a shrine to efficiency, too?
The secret to having a closet that inspires you doesn't necessarily have to lie in owning more clothes. It's about filling it with fewer pieces that go with more things, and can be worn more often — but don't think that you've got to stick with a stable of boring, "classic" pieces in shades of gray. No, some of the most touted pieces this season are also the most versatile. And when you start thinking out of the box, you'll find that there's a near-infinite number of outfits you can make. Dress, meet pants. Top, meet other top. You, meet 14 head-to-toe outfits created with just 10 items.
Photographed by Alexandra R. Gavillet; Styled by Shea Despin; Prop styled by Leigh Gill.
It's the holidays, which generally means that you're going to spend a lot of time around your family. That also means that you're going to want to spend some time away from your family. If you can spend that time with a significant other or a prospective love interest, well, all the better!
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Here's the scene: You've been breaking it down on the dance floor at your company's holiday party for the past two hours. You take a breather, mosey on over to the bathroom for a quick mirror check, and suddenly realize that all the makeup you carefully applied pre-party is now streaming down your face.
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