4 Stylish Staples Every Wardrobe Needs

Exciting times are ahead folks! With the end of the financial year comes a host of great buys. It’s a time to be alive, to shop and be merry; but for those who don’t know where to start it can be a trifle overwhelming. To help out we’ve put on our thinking caps and narrowed down the 5 staples every wardrobe needs. All of which can be found on Booodl of course.

1) The button up

A button up shirt transitions from day to night perfectly and is a sure-fire way to dress up an outfit! For tailored elegance look no further then Sass and Bide’s Good Behaviourist shirt. This is a true classic, and now it’s on sale, a smart investment!

Sass and Bide

2) Boyfriend jeans

Boyfriend jeans are the epitome of comfort and let’s face it, after recent headlines, skinny jeans are more trouble then they’re worth. Ripped, distressed, slouched and baggy there are many styles to choose from. We fans of Levi’s 501 CTs.

Levis

3) Monochrome magic

Ok, so technically this is multiple staples, but the merits of quality black and white t-shirts (whether you go with two separates or a monochrome combo) can’t be ignored. Whether you wear them with a pair of skinny jeans or under a statement jacket, their versatility is unparalleled. For basic beauties we can’t go past Bassike’s 2015 Jersey Range – their Stripe French Seam Tee is a must have!

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4) Ankle boot

The ankle boot is a style that keeps on giving, with every season providing a new iteration. That said, nothing is more classic (or hardwearing) than R.M Williams. We can’t possibly pick a favourite style so check out their collection on Booodl and let us know yours.

RM Willaims

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