Updating my wardrobe

..the Champs-Élysées to the tourists and head to Le Marais. Enjoy the flutter of excitement as you step into each designer boutique and concept store.

You walk the pedestrian streets of this picturesque district, which is now "streets ahead" of other areas in Paris known for fashion. Later stop off at a quaint café and go over what you bought—you did the right thing visiting Paris!

Whether it is a college graduation, a wedding, or a fancy date with your spouse, you will need these items.

February is the end of winter, and beginning of Spring/Summer lines, so you can shop for winter clearance in February.

You should aim to have a small wardrobe of high-quality key pieces and low-cost essentials that can coexist together beautifully to give you your personal style. Look for quality pieces over a large amount of on-trend items. There are some core go-to pieces that a women’s autumn/winter wardrobe shouldn’t be without, like a good sweater, pair of jeans, blazer, coat, blouse and long sleeve dress, but stick to what styles work best for you and keep it refreshing in unexpected and inventive ways.

Careful consideration of what you need beforehand will prevent impulse buys and overspending.

For example, corporate wear and heels won’t be so appropriate if you work from home or spend your day on the go. Make sure you look through your social schedule for the coming season. For convenience and practicality, the majority of what you wear should be in a neutral colour palette of blacks, greys, whites and nudes, which allows for optimal mixing and matching which will keep your wardrobe feeling fresh.

Add excitement to neutrals this season with structure and texture.

See what styles and trends are in this season and begin scouting the best and most cost-effective version of each item that you need online.

Spending time beforehand figuring out which pieces will make the biggest difference to your existing wardrobe will save you time and money in the long run.

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