The ultimate fashion piece to never get tired of!

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something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara

I love garments and fashion pieces which allow me some room when it comes to change the way I wear them. Interchangeable, multi position... I have some fashion stuff carrying this adjective on my closet, be it dresses, undergarments and accessories that let me pair a single piece in multiple ways depending on the event or in how much hurry I am at that moment. These are the pieces that usually add character to an outfit (while saving some bucks, must be said!).

So, today I partnered up with Lightinthebox to show you an outfit idea for workdays or uni days, or even a casual homecoming dinner with friends! I think this corset T-shirt is the epitome of flexibility when talking about daily outfits, as you can change the ribbons in the grommets depending on the event (ode to fancy and sparkling ribbons FOR-E-VER) or the whole outfit assemble. I paired mine with 3m of black satin medium width ribbon, but this corset shirt could look astonishing with any kind of ribbon or color. And, talking about homecoming and interchangeable pieces... Why not choosing a multi position strap dress for a formal look at homecoming parties and alumni dinners? I really think these are a true investment, as they can be worn in many ways and never look the same!

In today's post, I'm unveiling what are my go-to tips for shopping or choosing fashion pieces to never get tired of:

#1 Choose great quality
Sometimes splurging a little bit extra pays off, especially when picking basics and timeless pieces such as blazers, dressy pants and shoes. Great quality doesn't necessarily mean expensive, as there are lots of physical and online shops both having great discounts and quality pieces worth the investment!

#2 Classy pieces that you love with a twist
If you feel comfortable with the style, pattern and material, I'm pretty sure you won't let go. My advice on this is pick fashion pieces that you love and you are used to, but always with a twist and adding variety.

#3 Go multi!
And, last but not least and as I stated before, go multi position! Pick pieces you can wear in as many ways as possible: strap dresses that can be twisted, crossed and rolled; turbans and diadems that could work as necklaces or bracelets; scarves that might be worn as turbans or hair embellishments... Imagination is power!

What are your tips for never getting tired of your clothing and accessories?

something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara
something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara

something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara
I was wearing:

Lightinthebox corset white shirt
Zara trousers
Local store wedges and earrings

something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara

something fashion blogger influencer valencia spain, lightinthebox white T shirt laced corset tailored pants grey Zara

“This blog post was sponsored by Lightinthebox

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7 comentarios

  1. What a beautiful corset top! :)

    With my recent return to work from maternity leave I've been looking at pieces that d double duty for work and weekends in my wardrobe - I'd love more pieces like that!


    Hope you have had a great weekend! :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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    1. Hi Mica! Yep, those are the kind of pieces that are awesome due to their versatility and many ways to pair up. Definitely, a total win as you said for work and weekends!

      Thanks for your comment!
      xo
      Amanda

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  2. It's so nice to meet you, Amanda!! I found you on Nancy's blog, and I love how you described your style and are willing to try new things!!
    You look fabulous in this top---I think it's wonderful!
    XOXO
    Jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. Hi Jodie!
      Glad you liked the blog and the pictures, I also enjoyed very much your approach to fashion blogging with the pictures and explanations you give us in your posts!

      Best,
      Amanda

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  3. Amanda, this top is amazing! I think I need to add one of these to my closet! How much fun and so versatile, for sure. Thanks for the great shopping tips, too!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. Hi Shelbee,
      surely anyone should have a piece like this in their closet! It can work either in Summer, or in Fall/Winter pairing it with a blazer or warmer jacket or even a knit.

      Thanks for your visit and comment!
      See ya,

      Amanda

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  4. La propuesta me encantó ! El top está genial.

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Hi! I'm Amanda, from Valencia (Spain).

I like all things vintage and classy. I study Architecture and I'm an epée fencer.



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