5 Classic Wardrobe Items (that are underrated) – Lynzy & Co.

5 Classic Wardrobe Items (that are underrated)

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Today’s post talks about 5 classic wardrobe items that I couldn’t live without! These are items that I have had in my wardrobe for years (minus this exact flowy tunic) and that I highly recommend. Nothing that a pair of Converse and leggings can’t handle – especially as a busy mama! I would love to know what item in your wardrobe is your MOST COVETED item in the comment section below! 

5 Classic Wardrobe Items (that are underrated)

1.) Classic pair of earrings  |  I absolutely ADORE these earrings from KATE SPADE NEW YORK. I had a pair very similar to this and lost them a few years ago. These recently came in my Trunk Club box so I decided to keep them because I missed my previous pair! 

 

2.) No show socks – these are the ones that I wear with my Converse sneakers, Pikolinos and all the other shoes that are low profile. I LOVE them! They have a rubber grip at the back heel which keeps them in place (an issue I have had with other brands in the past)! I had tried other brands and these are honestly the only ones I like! 

3.) Flowy tunic –  Perfect if you are sporting a baby bump, nursing a babe or neither! I just love the length on this and that it can be tied into a knot in the front while leaving the back flowy! I will link up a few other of my favorite tunics from Nordstrom below!

 

4.) Zella Leggings – These will always be my favorite leggings! I especially loved them postpartum because they suck everything in up top and they’re so comfortable! I recommend sizing down because they do fit a bit bigger! I am wearing a size XS here! 

5.) Converse sneakers or Old Skool Vans | I wear my Converse sneakers with EVERYTHING. They are so comfortable and can be worn with a skirt, dress, leggings or shorts! They run TTS! I also recently got a pair of these Old Skool Vans and love those too!

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