My Most Worn Summer Outfit
It’s probably no surprise that this outfit has been my most worn summer outfit this year.
Color? Check. Comfort? Check. Compression socks… ? Well, yes, check!
While I haven’t worn this exact outfit all summer, I’ve been remixing it into a million different iterations and I still have more ideas in my head.
I know I make outfit repeating look easy but it does take creativity and careful planning. Really, it all starts with what I buy and goes from there.
Here are some quick tips to help you add pieces to your closet that you’re sure to love and get the most wear out of!
Choose The Right Color
Choose something in a color that fits in with what you already own.
I’m still going through a yellow obsession so buying this off-the-shoulder blouse was a no-brainer! Plus it matches my previously thrifted purse almost perfectly!
What color are you loving lately?
Shop With Versatility In Mind
An example of shopping with versatility in mind would be – If you know you’re going to wear a jacket all the time, does it make more sense to have a colorful one or a neutral one?
This white one is perfect for me! While I own a few traditional blue denim jackets, this white one really pops with my outfits and is just a little outside the norm.
Having a closet full of pieces that go together is really huge. It can make getting dressed so much easier to accomplish!
I talk more in-depth about this in my post about inspiring ways to get dressed so I won’t get too deep here.
But basically, when your closet is filled with pieces that can mix and match together (like everything I’m wearing), you spend less time fretting over what “matches” and free up your mental space to think about more important things, like what to eat for lunch.
👗 WHAT I’M WEARING 💄
thredUP pants, bought with store credit | Thrifted yellow top & purse, $3 total | Maurices white denim jacket (old) | Hand-me-down rainbow necklace | Gifted sunglasses from my BFF Lyndsey | Target molded footbed sandals, $25
Consider How The Clothes Make You Feel
When you put something on, feel good, and can’t stop thinking about it, that’s a good sign!
These pants are so silly but comfortable. They’re easy to wear with practically any top in my closet!
That feeling of getting dressed without any thought really boosts my confidence. And who doesn’t want to be more confident?
Having a closet that is on point and filled with pieces you love makes you feel pretty badass. Imagine reaching in and creating an outfit with ease. And you know it will be great because everything in it is something you adore!
What’s In Your Closet?
Let me know in the comments how your closet makes you feel! Is it stocked with clothes you love or does it need a little TLC?