The title of this post is a quote from none other than Yves Saint Laurent... and it is oh so true. Sure, there are a lot fashion trends that’s fun to follow for a while, and sometimes you’ll find something that will be regular part of your wardrobe.

However, there are some fashion items that are practically timeless. Maybe not exactly the things you particularly like, but things that are always useful and are part of just about any serious wardrobe. Find the essentials below...




Jeans, and ideally, you’ll have a pair of classic dark colored denims along with the more modern cuts (skinny, boyfriend, trouser-style, etc.)

Midi skirts: just as comfortable and easy to wear like a pair of jeans, and more elegant as well.




Cardigans, whether it’s thin cashmere or heavy wool, can be used for just about any occasion.

At least one perfectly fitted black blazer. Make sure the sleeves go right up to your wrists and that there’s enough room under the shoulders for one or two layers underneath.




Ah, and of course, everybody should have at least one versatile little black dress (plus a set of accessories to create the perfect elegant-minimalistic look).

Speaking of accessories, a neutral handbag is also a must-have item.

And finally, a pair of shades can be a good idea as well—at least to protect your eyes from the sun, and maybe to hide behind when you’re in a bad mood... :)




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