Great style really evolves from great basics, without the proper building blocks, your outfits aren’t going very far. We all know the frustration that hits when you’re faced with a wardrobe full of clothes, with absolutely nothing to wear. How is it possible? Because you don’t have the right basics to work with! Once you’ve grabbed yourself a few classic pieces, you’ll find that you’re never left with nothing to wear again. What are these elusive, life-saving items, you ask? Read on to find out…
A perfect pair of jeans
Yes, the perfect pair of jeans is tricky to find – but not impossible, promise! The key is to have a direction whilst you’re trying on, that way you’re not going to get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choice. Try and stick to slightly relaxed fit straight leg cuts that either taper slightly or kick out at the ankle. Next, wash, you’ll want to stick to either a mid-wash or dark-wash for maximum wearability (light wash is a little 2002). Finally, the waist, a mid-rise or high-waist style is usually the most comfortable and flattering. If you’re really having a tough time of it, you can always buy a style that you love and recruit a tailor to make them fit like a glove.
Straight fit, lightweight chinos
These are always going to come in handy, whether you’re heading to the office, on a night out or you’re just doing your chores, a straight fit pair of chinos will be your friend. Stick to a lightweight twill cotton in black to keep your chinos appropriate for every occasion. A mid-rise style that seams just above your ankle will work best.
Crew neck tee-shirts
White, black and grey crew neck tee-shirts can come with you everywhere. Layer under suits, camis and slip dresses or wear alone with jeans, chinos, mini, midi and maxi skirts. Look for high-quality, thick cotton in a slightly oversized style. Wide sleeves will bring a touch of 90s cool to this classic cut.
A block colour turtleneck
A turtleneck is a cold-weather and eveningwear essential. Choose a close-fitting style in cotton (for warmer climates) or cashmere (for colder). The colour is absolutely up to you, black is a classic, but cream, white, grey, pink or yellow are all beautiful options to consider.
A-line leather skirt
No wardrobe is complete without a little leather (or pleather) in there somewhere! A leather skirt is a great addition, it works for office hours, evening wear and weekends. The A-line cut is the most universally flattering, it cinches in your waist and falls in a flattering shape. Whether you’re more of midi or mini kind of dresser is up to you! Wear with tees, button-ups and jumpers, all year round.
We all need a cosy jumper, no matter where you live! Choose a soft cream or camel tone in a relaxed, crew neck fit. This can be paired with skirts, denim, statement pants and layered over your favourite slip dresses.
Everyone should have a loose fit white button-up shirt in their wardrobe. Wear with pants and pencil skirts to the office, skirts for evening out, shorts and denim for the weekend and even open over your swimmers at the beach.
A tailored blazer is that style staple that lots of people are reluctant to invest in at first, but once you grab one you really won’t know how you lived without it. Look for an expertly tailored, wool-blend jacket in a grey herringbone or solid black to complete your closet.
Luxury Jewelry Market Trends and New Demand Analysis Report by MRFR
Market research Future (MRFR) reports states that the global luxury jewelry market is likely to register a remarkable market valuation at a significant CAGR over the forecast period.
The global luxury jewelry market is driven by multiple influential factors such as the rising demand for luxury statement goods, fashion consciousness among consumers along with the changing trends enabling market players to launch stylish jewelry. These impactful factors are expected to contribute to the majority of the market share over the forecast period.
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The key players acknowledged in the global luxury jewelry market are Buccellati Holding Italia SpA (Italy), Bulgari S.p.A.(Italy), Chopard International SA (Switzerland), Compagnie Financière Richemont SA (Switzerland), the Graff Diamonds Corporation (UK), Guccio Gucci S.p.A. (Italy), Harry Winston, Inc. (US), K. Mikimoto & Co., Ltd. (Japan), Société Cartier (France), Tiffany & Co. (US)
The global market for luxury jewelry has been segmented on the basis of type, material, end-user, and distribution channel.
Based on type, the global market for luxury jewelry has been segmented into bracelet, earring, necklace, ring, and others. The earring segment accounts for the largest market share over the review period, owing to the increasing fashion trend driving the women preferences towards earrings as statement jewelry and everyday-wear. The ring segment is also expected to rise at a higher growth rate for its increase in usage as investment and gifts applications.
Based on material, the global luxury jewelry market has been segmented into gold, platinum, silver, and others. the gold segment accounts for the largest market share over the forecast period, owing to its higher preference in jewelry products by consumers.
Based on end-user, the global luxury jewelry market has been segmented into men and women. The women segment is assessed for the dominant market share over the evaluation period, owing to the higher purchase of jewelry from women consumers as a fashion statement. However, the men segment is also expected to grow significantly over the forecast period, owing to the shifting trend towards men jewelry for aesthetic appeal.
by the distribution channel, the global market for luxury jewelry is segmented into store based and nonstore based. The store-based segment has been sub-segmented into multi-brand stores, specialty stores, and others. The store-based segment is accounted for the dominant market share over the forecast period, owing to the higher consumer preference for multi-brand stores. The non-store based segment is expected to rise at a higher CAGR over the review period, owing to the massive growth of the e-commerce industry and consumer shift towards online retailing.
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Based on the region, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, asia Pacific, and the rest of the world.
North America accounts for the largest region in the global luxury jewelry market and is expected to register a significant market share over the forecast period. The presence of a rich population along with key market players in developed countries such as Canada and the US is expected to fuel the demand for luxury jewelry over the forecast period.
Europe is assessed as the second largest market in the global luxury jewelry market, owing to the rapidly growing popularity of customized jewelry as per consumer requirements, and the increasing demand for the fusion of traditional and trending jewelry in the region over the forecast period.
The Asia pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth in the global luxury jewelry market, owing to the constant demand for luxury jewelry in countries such as India and China, where jewelry is an essential part of their culture. Women in these countries are almost always sporting some type of jewelry. The shift from traditional to the adoption of trendy jewelry is likely to drive the market over the forecast period.