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In the first edition of Basic Wardrobe Items Every Lady Should Have, we explored the primary items that women should equip their closets with to ensure their style game stays fabulous and fresh. It is important to build your wardrobe around versatile, timeless essentials. Below are simple but trendy pieces that complete and complement every outfit.


These are vital style-staple items that belong in every woman’s wardrobe. You could think of them as the jewelry equivalent of the LBD (Little Black Dress), as they are always in style. They serve as a backdrop for everything else that you’re going to wear. And if you want to have a minimal or pared-down look, a simple earring will make sure that your look is complete and refined.

Small cross shoulder bag or Statement Day clutch

If we have to put a limit to the types of bags every woman should own, well, that number can be just six. When you feel like you don’t want to carry a lot of stuff with you, probably just your phone, keys, credit card, and wallet, you should carry a small cross shoulder bag. They are perfect for casual day outfits and complement your look. Whether you’re having a downtime with friends or simply want a head-turning detail for your pretty t-shirt and denim look, this grab-and-go will always be your favorite bag, just the right size to hold all your stuff.

Wrist watches

The best thing about a wrist watch is that you can just throw it on your wrist and it instantly puts your look together. They serve as more of a finishing touch than anything else. And are certainly one of the few items you will find are timeless, yet modern.

Make-up kit

A make-up kit is simply an essential for every woman to look their best, promote confidence, and ensure that you are glowing and beautiful every day. Need I say more?

Hair kit

It’s common for hair kits to take a backseat while other items shine, but this is supposed to be a priority. Combs and brushes are very important. Every woman needs these tools to keep their hair tidy.

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This article was first published on 16th March 2018


Becky Onoise is a psychologist, chocolate junkie, and puppy lover. A writer who is sorry... not sorry about correcting your grammar. She's a word enthusiast and aims to achieve her goals. Instagram handle @mz_berkey

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