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Stylish Money: 5 Wardrobe Pieces You Can Splurge Your Money On

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No matter your budget, these are the 5 pieces I really think you should spend the most that you can (comfortably) spend, because it is worth it.

A great bag can elevate any outfit (t-shirt and jeans), well-made boots are made for comfortable long stretches of walking and they wear better (leather, not pleather, ages beautifully).

For sunglasses, I’m a huge advocate of polarized lenses so that you protect your eyes and comfortable premium denim jeans (Lucky Brand is a good mid-tier brand that has fairly comfortable jeans but higher-end brands are supreme), will only need you to purchase ONE perfect, comfortable pair¬†that you can wear all the time rather than multiple cheap versions of what you really want.

Finally, a classic coat for those of us who live in cold climates, is a must to wear over any outfit — it’s the only thing people see all Autumn / Winter.

 

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Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge.

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3 Comments

  1. Irene

    And quality underwear that is properly fitted.

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    1. alana

      @Irene: agree completely!

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    2. save. spend. splurge.

      Haha yes!!!

      Undergarments are something I don’t cover but I love my commando bikini seamless bottoms in nude.

      Reply

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