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Five New Year’s Resolutions for your Wardrobe

Can you believe it’s resolution time again? We’re still trying to remember our optimistic dreams and vows from last year…

Anyway. While you’ve been debating over whether to join a gym and actually turn up once a week or not, we have five resolutions that you will want to keep and won’t involve you hauling ass to the treadmill. We have scoured the current collections of our favorite brands to bring you five wardrobe resolutions that will ensure 2014 is your most stylish year yet.

Mix and match our selection of essentials for easy dressing that won’t let you down all year round…

1. The T-shirt

During the colder months, layer this staple T ($72) beneath your sweat or wear it solo once the summer hits; the supreme quality will ensure it lasts throughout 2014 and beyond. The super soft Egyptian cotton fabric and classical fit found Sunspel’s bold promise that this is the best T-shirt you will ever wear.

2. The Sweater

London-based brand Good Measure is undoubtedly one to watch for 2014. Any lover of luxury basics will admire their M-21 Crew Neck Sweatshirt ($131) for the quality and purity of its design. Crafted from 350g loop back jersey, this sweat features all the design features of vintage US sportswear, from the ribbed V-neck insert to the cover stitched seams.

3. The Jacket

Jacket trends come and go – 2013 was undoubtedly the year of the varsity right? Think classical and pared-back for 2014 and you’ll literally be able to work it with anything in your wardrobe. The Motorcycle Jacket ($460) by A.P.C. will last a lifetime. Layer your trusty sweat beneath it until summer when you can change up for your white T – razor-sharp and timeless.

4. The Jean

True denim dudes know Japanese denim is the only way to go right now. Our Legacy’s Raw Blue Jeans ($192) were made in Italy using only the finest raw 12 oz Japanese denim. The deep indigo shade is spot on for 2014 and details including the exposed rivets and removable front cotton-loop create a timeless workwear vibe.

5. The Boot

French footwear brand Paraboot are set for a huge resurgence in 2014. Either way, we love their Chamrousse boot ($536.58) in this versatile smooth coffee hue. The boot is Norwegian sewn and features a durable rubber sole and smooth full-grain calf leather outer. These babies will probably go with everything in our wardrobe and will take you from work to weekend in one smooth stride.

Jodie Kharas
Former Digital Trends Contributor
Jodie Kharas is a style, art and culture writer who lives in London. She has contributed to the online platforms of POP…
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