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Tips on Fashion Classics You Want to Know

by: Bridget Allen

Trends come and go but the classics are timeless and elegant. What are these timeless, classic pieces?

Some classics were made famous by influential women in recent history who made their fashion mark by creating these wardrobes. The following pieces are essential for anyoneís closet.

The sheath dress was made popular by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. It flatters just about any body type and can be word with a cardigan thrown over your shoulders. By simply changing accessories, the sheath dress can go from day wear to evening wear. The best colors for the sheath dress are black, navy and gray.

Wide leg trousers were made popular by Katharine Hepburn. Katharine enabled women to finally wear menís style pants. The wide leg trouser is perfect for women with thicker thighs and wider hips. Pair the trousers with a crisp white shirt under a loose cardigan or match it with a sexy wool tank top and tie the cardigan around the shoulders.

Audrey Hepburn brought us the chic black turtleneck sweater. A turtleneck is flattering for all bust lines and stretches to fit your body. Itís the perfect layering piece that can be worn alone or with just about anything.

Candice Bergen introduced the corporate blazer to woman all over the word while she played Murphy Brown on TV. But note, stay away from shoulder pads if you have wide shoulders. A single-breasted blazer is more versatile than other styles and can work with most of your wardrobe. Blazers can be worn over a white t-shirt and jeans or over a blouse and pencil skirt or pants.

The little black dress has become the epitome of timeless fashion. Throughout the years, the little black dress had changed its hemline, shoulder, strap and fabric. No matter what your style or taste, itís the perfect dress for an evening out. Itís so versatile that it can carry an array of accessories. Dress it up with sparkly earrings or colorful broach. The possibilities are limitless.

Other classic you should include in your wardrobe are cardigans, white button-ups, and khaki pants.

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About The Author
Bridget Allen has worked for many years in the fashion industry, at a senior level, and she has written an amazing, totally free fashionista minicourse that will thrill, entertain, and most importantly educate you about what you absolutely need to know about fashion.

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