3 Things Every Woman Should Have

3 Things Every Woman Should Have


I get asked all the time about different things that are my staples when it comes to style, and so I wanted to share today 3 of my top picks that every woman should have and are worth investing in:

A Good Bag

So expensive sometimes, but if you invest in a good designer bad with a classic design, it will last for years and years, and compliment any outfit.
Also, most of the designer bags keep their resale values. Chanel is known for actually increasing in price, so... on could make money if the bag is in impeccable condition.

Basically, it comes down to this: with a good designer bag you really invest just once, when you buy it. It will either serve you well for 20+ years or you can sell & buy a new one without having to cash a ton of $$$ again.

Accessories

It’s worth the investment. Especially, when comes to sunglasses. The cheap knock-offs can be harmful for eyes. For years I could wear sunglasses. I would get a headache or my eyes would get tired. At one of the appointments for a school check up for my kids the topic came up and the Dr explained in details how damaging cheap sunglasses can be.

A Good Bra

Actually, several, if you are on a fuller/bustier side. It’s amazing how much of a difference a good foundation can make. Also, having several different styles makes creating a beautiful silhouette easy. There is an entire section of science devoted to underpinnings, but, seriously, find a lingerie shop and spend an hour with a consultant figuring out what styles work best for your body. You will be amazed at the difference ( and confidence boost!) it will make!

These are my 3 absolute musts. Even the simplest jeans and a tee outfit can look amazing with right accessories, a good bag and with a good foundation under. Those are my faithful style savers.

What are yours? What would you spend more money on and where would you save, when comes to style?



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