Cutting down your wardrobe can be a great way to save money and get more wear from each piece. Here are some tips that will help you create a college wardrobe that will never leave you looking for items to wear.
A few good pairs of jeans – You should invest in at least four good pairs of jeans that fit well to create a strong base for your wardrobe. Look at dark washes like black, blue and gray, plus one pair each in a medium and a light wash.
Denim shorts – A pair of light denim shorts are a good investment for warmer months.
Leggings – Leggings are a good wardrobe staple as they can be worn with a long top, cardigan or under a dress/skirt coupled with boots. Go for a standard black pair as they can be paired with almost anything.
Basic tops – Tops in white, black, and gray in different cuts are affordable and can be worn with anything. Look at tank top in, V-neck, long sleeve, and t-shirts styles in each of the colors above.
Professional outfit – Often at university, you will have to have one outfit that is suitable for presentations, to attend conferences and for networking events. A crisp button-down shirt with pants or a knee-length black shift are both versatile options.
Sweatshirts – Sweatshirts are a must as they will let you be super comfortable and warm when you have late night library sessions, or you need to lounge about in your room.
Crop tops – For nights out at a bar or a pub, a crop top is a comfortable, easy option. You can dress up your crop top with a skirt and a pair of heels or sandals.
Gucci is a well-known Italian luxury brand. Founded by Guccio Gucci, it has since become a staple of the worldwide luxury fashion market.
As a young immigrant – first to London and then to Paris – Guccio Gucci worked in hotels. He had an eye for the luxurious trappings of the hotels’ clientele. He first opened a shop in 1920 that sold fine leather goods, including the signature loafers that Gucci is still known for today. With his sons, Gucci expanded his enterprise to include multiple shops in Milan, Rome, and Florence, and began producing fine silk scarves and high-quality knitwear.
In the early years, Gucci was distinguished by the careful attention workers paid to the finishing details of the piece. While he was an innovator in the way he designed to production process to rapidly create new goods, Gucci never cut corners when it came to finished quality, successfully balancing perfection with efficiency.
Over the course of the 20th century, Gucci easily adapted to changing trends and established itself as a major player in the fashion world. In 1995, Gucci became a public company and had its first offering on the New York Stock Exchange. In addition to luxury clothes, Gucci has also produced collections of items for the home as well as a 1970s collaboration with the now-defunct American Motors Corporation to design the interior seats for its Sportabout station wagons.
Today, a 1,715 square foot museum located in Florence charts Gucci’s history and it place as a fashion icon.
Article written by Dev Randhawa, a US-based fashion blogger. Dev Randhawa blogs about the biggest brands in men’s fashion, and the latest trends that drive how you will look next year.