Fresh Ways To Wear Pieces You Already Own

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Basics are basics for a reason—you simply can’t go wrong. Plus, they go with pretty much everything else in your wardrobe, making an effortless outfit a cinch to throw together when you’re rushing out the door. After endless wears, however, they can teeter into stale territory—especially if you’re a uniform dressing fanatic—which means fresh styling ideas are always of interest when you’re looking to breathe new life into a fail-safe assortment. To aid in this arena, we’ve put together five easy pairings based on items we know you have in your closet. Rethink your favorite pieces with these simple swaps.

Adam Katz Sinding

Reboot Your Basics

A White T-Shirt

Avid fans of the white T-shirt are privy to its versatility. If you tend to pair yours with jeans more than anything else, style it under a dress for a layered look—this floral style is from Zimmermann’s just-launched capsule collection exclusively at Mytheresa.

Sneakers

There’s no denying the fact that sneakers and jeans go together perfectly. For more polish, try a sleek pair of kicks with wide-leg trousers in place of your go-to blues. It doesn’t get cooler.

Skinny Jeans

If you're one to frequently pair your skinny jeans with a blouse, shake things up and wear them layered under a dress instead. This fresh combo is a French-girl favorite.

A Checked Blazer

Do you regularly wear a checked blazer over a solid top? Break stride and opt for some pattern play for a sartorial kick. Stick to a style in a similar colorway as your blazer to avoid looking overly mismatched.

A Printed Midi Skirt

Crewneck knits and tees anchor printed midi skirts with ease. For more of a streetwear spin, switch it up and reach for a stylish sweatshirt.