One of the best ways to maximise your clothing budget is to build an
Alexandria Blaelock, author of Build Your Signature Wardrobe: How to look good and feel confident in four steps says “While we often think in terms of Summer and Winter wardrobes, building an
Here are Blaelock’s tips for building an all season wardrobe:
- Thickness: We tend to think about thicker clothes for warmth in winter, but a densely woven cotton shirt can also provide good sun protection in summer.
- Coverage: Similarly, higher necklines and longer hems and sleeves can protect you from cold winds as well as the hot sun.
- Fit: Loose clothing forms an insulating layer by trapping air between it and your body. Close fitting clothes can conduct the heat or cold.
Moisture wicking: Moisture wickingisn’t just a gym thing. You can build up a sweat running for the bus year-round, or enjoying a gin and tonic on a summer evening.
- Layers: Several thin layers are generally warmer than one thick one. Don’t be afraid to wear your summer tanks as winter camisoles.
These five tips will help you build an all season wardrobe and get the maximum bang for your budget buck.
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