What’s In Your Closet? Wardrobe Essentials for 2018

What’s In Your Closet? Wardrobe Essentials for 2018

MADE by Lauren Lux

Now that you have your goals for the New Year, it’s important to also be dressed for success! It’s been said that when you look good, you feel good—and when you feel good, you do good. If you’re headed to close the deal or to a business event, look and feel your best with these essential items that everyone should have in their wardrobe…



Boss Lady Blazer

A black blazer may seem simple, but the right blazer can change the game. It’s all about the fit. Find a blazer that when you put it on, you look in the mirror and go “Yes girl!” When you find it, you’ll know. It’s so versatile you can wear it to work with pants, over a dress, or with your favorite jeans! J Crew, $178


Run The World Red Dress

Red is a POWER color! Not only does it look good on anyone, it makes you feel good while you’re in it. You’ll be confident and ready to take the day (or night). Missguided, $34


The Classic Black Pump

Quality is key! This doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Just skip the trendy store and head over to Nordstrom or the Rack to find a pair of black beauties that feel great when you slip into them. Your soles will thank you. Choose a style that looks sexy but are appropriate for the workplace. The right shoe can take a woman anywhere! Nordstrom, $68.



The No Nonsense Navy Suit

Everyone will know you are not here to play games in a tailored and classic navy suit. It’s not as typical as black, as boring as brown or as attention-grabbing as white. This suit is appropriate in any environment, and is a must have hanging in your closet. Zara, Suit Blazer, $109; Shirt, $49; Trousers, $60.

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Lauren Lux is a fashion and lifestyle blogger. For more style inspo from Lauren Lux, visit her website lookinforlux.com or follow her on Instagram @lauren.lux.


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