High Heel in a Haystack’s 10 Wardrobe Essentials:
- Dark Wash Jeans. So versatile and can be worn all year round.
- White V-Neck Tees. Can be worn alone or layered with jewelry or a sweater. V-Necks are super flattering because it makes your neck look longer and elongates your body.
- Statement Jewelry. Jewelry can really elevate a look. A plain tee and jeans instantly looks stylish with a statement necklace or a stack of bracelets.
- Cardigans. This is the easiest way to layer and layering is tres tres importante when it comes to looking stylish!
- Simple Black Heels. Necessity for dressing up a pair of jeans or to go with the perfect LBD. Elegant and feminine!
- Something Jewel Toned. Whether a dress, tee shirt or scarf, jewel tones are a great pop for any wardrobe and are flattering on multiple skin tones!
- Clean White Tank for layering.
- Ballet Flats.They are feminine and chic. Think Audrey Hepburn.
- Well-fitted black blazer. Perfect with jeans or cute dress.
- Classic LBD. Make sure to find a little black dress that really compliments your figure. Also chose one that is simple with clean lines. The more simple the dress, the more timeless it becomes. You can always glam it up and make it more fun with the jewelry and accessories.
- Clutch. Essential for an elegant night out.
High Heel in a Haystack’s 5 Tips That Stand The Test of Time:
1. The secret to great style? CONFIDENCE.
2. Shop for a Tuesday afternoon, not a Saturday night because very few people lead Saturday night lives.
3. If you find a great fitting pair of jeans or pants, buy 2. It’s good to have one pair hemmed for flats and another pair hemmed for heels.
4. Style has nothing to do with size. It’s about making the most of your shape and playing up your best feature. If you love your legs, wear more skirts. If you have great arms, go for more sleeveless tops and dresses!
5. A wardrobe stuffed and overflowing with clothes and accessories clutters your mind. An organized closet not only allows you to see what you own but it creates a positive mindset. It’s a win-win!