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If you read Who What Wear on the registry you will know how obsessed we are with our wardrobe basics. Whether we source the best of clothing from our retailers or share the items our French friends rely on, you can be sure we've covered the topic from just about every angle. In my opinion, the real indicator of a good cabinet bracket is when you reach for it over and over again.
Today I highlight the best quality basics in my own closet because, after having owned them for months, or in some cases years, I would recommend them to anyone and everyone. While I certainly have my own fixed assets, the following list focuses on items that are wallet-friendly. In other words, these items are worth every penny (if you ask me). From skyscraper jeans to seamless underwear worth padding, keep on seeing why I think these are the best basics and get inspired by my styling.
H & M's sweaters are of a different breed. I've had several of these in my closet for years, which I think is evidence of how well they hold up. I usually reach for the brand's chunky knitwear, which are a little oversized and avoid anything that is too trendy.
When I added Parade & # 39; s cheerful and sustainable underwear to my top drawer, I knew it was game over for the other brands I had alternated with. It's hard to describe how pliable they feel or how stretchy they are. I think you just have to try them out for yourself to know, and at around $ 8 per pop, there's no reason not to.
After spending a day in this True & Co. bralette, I immediately texted the women on my family group chat to let them know they needed one too. It's just that good. It's a seamless, lighter-than-air, and all-round comfortable (but supportive) bra. If I'm not wearing a real bra, I'll be 100% wearing one.
Next up: 20 spring trends Amazon lets me shop cheaply