Grab your backpack, essential tools, and your perfect first-day-of-school outfit. If you're unsure what that outfit looks like, think about it and get creative. You want to stand out and be comfortable all at once. With the weather being super hot, we have styles suited for the days ahead. Whether you're a parent shopping for your kids or a creative high school or college fashionista, there are looks to scroll through below to give you an idea of what we have in stores.
Posts tagged 'basics'
Essential fashion items don't have to be dressed in a drab and boring way, despite their affordability and versatility. For example, casually wear a simple, solid-colored shirt with denim or linen and accessorize with a belt, some jewelry, and a contrasting handbag. Another way to use essential fashion is to dress it up with dress pants or a flowing skirt. My Melrose shows three basic top styles in brilliant and exciting spring colors like orange, kelly green, and red. This week's entry in the My Melrose Style Guide showcases different ways to spruce and freshen these bright basics using a variety of bottoms, shoes, and bags.
Sometimes we look at our closet and think, “I have nothing to wear,” and the feeling of frustration resulting in dramatically plopping on the bed with all hope lost. In reality, our closets are full of clothes with various combinations. Take the time to sit with your closet and get creative even with the most basic items you can think of. This week, My Melrose keeps things simple when we run out of creative energy, have a lazy day, or feel overwhelmed. Pull out some jeans and a variety of tops to start with and tune into these seven outfit inspirations.