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Let’s start with the basics! There are so many styles at Forever 21. While it is amazing, it can sometimes it can be difficult knowing where to start. That’s why we’re here to help! When you’re building a new wardrobe, it’s important to build a staple collection of basics: sweaters – all the things you can pair and wear multiple times. Choose pieces that are comfortable, timeless, and with quality that will last over time. These pieces should also be seasonless and versatile enough to wear on different occasions.

For example, the LBD (little black dress) is infamous for a reason. It’s a style that can be dressed up, dressed down, and is fit for multiple events. Wear it with a denim jacket and white sneakers and you’re out the door and on your way to dinner. Throw on chandelier earrings, a fur coat, and heels and you’re reading for an evening soiree. From birthdays to graduations, it’s the perfect piece that can be styled whichever way you want. Take cues from the LBD and shop for similarly versatile tops and bottoms.

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