|A nude face palette was not suitble for this outfit-I did realize it before I left the house;|
Having said that, I like to have enough garments to easily adapt my wardrobe as the styles and trends change. For example, I like to have a flattering A-line and a flattering pencil type skirt in my core colors, as well as two lengths of pants, etc. As always, classic cuts and clean lines are the most practical in all areas.Overall, I have my own personal challenge of keeping just the right amount of garments for all the catagories I have. I have been cutting back on the number of core garments, (who,-with my lifestyle,- needs five white cotton shirts? six black wool skirts? four charcoal..three navy, etc., etc.) I am trying to cut back the number off the items but increase quality and versatility.
The area I am concentrating on now is eliminating (or reducing) colors from the closet that do not work as well for me with my "silver" hair. As I have aged, I also am more "picky" about having shoes in the closet that are comfortable but also stylish rather than a closet of shoes that I can only wear for an hour or two before having to change. This is one of my most difficult challenges, but I am working on it.