5 Wardrobe Updates For The New Year From Celebrity Stylist Micaela Erlanger
It’s time to face the truth: We are tired of our wardrobes. Even if you can barely slide the hangers to see what you have buried in your closet, it’s the same struggle every single morning — You have absolutely nothing to wear. Well, it isn’t that you don’t have anything to wear, it’s just that you’re tired of the same old selection, predictable pairings, and neutral colors. The good news is that it is officially 2016, which means you have a genuine (and believable) excuse to crack open your wallet, invest in some retail therapy, and give your wardrobe a totally fresh makeover. Revamping your wardrobe for the new year might sound easy, but you have to map out a strategic plan before diving into it. Here are two pieces of advice: 1) Don’t splurge TOO much on overly expensive items. Sure, they will make great additions to your closet, but you have to find a balance between quality and quantity if you actually want to notice a difference between your old and new wardrobe. 2) Take Celebrity Stylist Micaela Erlanger’s advice on how to update your wardrobe for 2016. She has picked out 5 must-haves that are perfect for anyone looking to kick off the new year on a fashion forward note!
Micaela Erlanger: Celebrity Stylist
Clients Include: Lupita Nyong'o, Michelle Dockery, Hilary Swank, Jennifer Hudson, Meryl Streep, Common, John Boyega, Jared Leto, and more.
1. An Alaïa Belt
This is how you seriously define that waist in style!
2. Wolford Bodysuit
They are the perfect layering piece and come in a variety of styles. They also look great worn alone on their own.
3. Vintage Rolex Watch
Barneys actually sells an amazing selection. I like Mens watches in particular as they are a little oversized. It's the perfect accessory, understated and cool.
4. Saint Laurent Leather Jacket
No comment needed, every woman needs a statement moto. Wear it over a ball gown or wear it with jeans.
5. The Perfect White Blouse
Jcrew really is my go-to. Otherwise you can never go wrong with Celine.
Originally seen on Forbes.com