There are certain key essentials you need to complete a capsule wardrobe. These wardrobe essentials picked by our fashion team are sure to enhance your day-to-day outfits no matter the season. Want to know the great thing about it? They are all under R500, making them the perfect budget buys.
A Stylish Blazer
A stylish blazer is a versatile staple that can be worn in various ways; it pulls together a chic office look and it looks effortlessly elegant teamed up with a pair of jeans and court heels or ankle boots for a weekend look.
Trainers are not only trendy, they are also sleek and comfortable, and they give a fashionable appeal to a casual outfit.
Floral Midi Dress
A floral midi dress is a beautiful staple that will save the day if you’re in a hurry. Pair it with Western leather ankle boots for a feminine touch.
A good pair of figure-flattering jeans will boost your confidence and flatter your figure. Jeans are great for their versatility and never go out of style.
A Pleated Skirt
A pleated skirt will instantly cinch in at your waist and cover your secrets for the most flattering effect. Pair with strappy sandals for a stylish finish.
A Button-down Shirt
A crisp white shirt is always ideal but not to everyone’s taste. Opt for cool shades or stripes if white is not your colour. Mix it up with solids or printed separates. There are endless options for how to wear this staple item.
Looking for a touch of sophistication in your closet? Pumps are the perfect fit. They are easy to wear and look great with pretty much any ensemble.
Invest in wide-legged pants – the ultimate staple that you can dress up or down with ease.
If you’re looking for a pair of shoes that will transition your look from spring to fall, ankles boots are your new best friend. These trendy boots add an edge to outfits.
A Little Black Dress
You’ve heard it before. Every woman needs that one classic black number that you can pull out of your closet at short notice. This classic staple will see you through most events.
By Fashion Intern Thato Pule
Thato is a multifaceted creative. An entertainment technology graduate who majored in costume design and make-up artistry and is now the fashion and digital intern at Woman&Home magazine. Her keen eye for detail and flair for fashion has professed her a stylist.