A Wardrobe of a Few Clothes to Make Life Easier

It sounds like a paradox, but it\’s true. Even if you have 50 outfits in your wardrobe, it is difficult to put clothes together for everyday wear if they do not match each other. The best solution is to reorganize your wardrobe to include fewer neutral items.


Now let\’s take a look at some items that should never be missing from your wardrobe.


A good-fitting pair of jeans is a wardrobe staple for every woman, unless you are the very skirt and dress type who says you don\’t want pants. Versatile and good-looking, skinny jeans can be worn with just about anything.

A skirt and a bag will complete an outfit for work or more formal events. Conversely, a pair of jeans and trainers will transform an outfit into a casual outfit suitable for everyday wear.

Light-colored plain T-shirts

White, beige, gray or black. Plain T-shirts can be worn with practically anything.

Small Black

For parties, family events, theater and opera. Little blacks are a staple for every woman. It comes in a variety of cuts, lengths and styles. So choose the right one according to what you want to show for your assets.

Cashmere Sweater

Cashmere is a luxurious material that looks good, lasts long, and keeps you warm with the right care. Perfect for fall and winter days.


Preferably a neutral color, preferably black, brown or beige. Blazers are easy to match with both formal and casual wear.

Leather jackets

No need to reach for real leather. There are good quality leather jackets available, especially for spring and fall.

Larger handbags

Larger handbags are versatile. They are suitable not only for work, where you usually have a lot of luggage, but also for walking around town or having coffee with friends.


Everyone has a slightly different opinion on what a woman\’s basic wardrobe should include. You can find many guides on the Internet, and they differ a bit from each other, but you can at least follow them to roughly construct your ideal wardrobe. It depends on your own preferences, what you like to wear and what you want to avoid. That doesn\’t mean that if you find 10 instructions that tell you to wear a leather jacket, you necessarily have to buy it if you don\’t like wearing it or know it doesn\’t suit you. You can choose another option.

Choose clothes made of the lowest quality materials possible. They last longer that way, and you can tell good quality clothes by the way they look. You won\’t have to worry that the T-shirt you bought for a few crowns will be as good as a rag on the floor a month from now.