Getting your everyday basics right can be a task, and I have been intrigued by Wardrobe.NYC–a concept created by Australian Vogue‘s fashion editor/style-setter, Christine Centenera (pictured here), and designer Josh Goot. Wardrobe.NYC has “drops”–4 & 8 piece collections of minimalist, elegant core basics that you can order online including jeans, tees, blazers, trench coats and more (the latest drop is a collab with Levi’s). I have been meaning to visit the Wadrobe.NYC pop up store in Soho to check it all out in person, but the idea of trying fall clothes on when it’s 94 outside isn’t happening. Plus, what do you do if you only want 1 or 2 of the items, not all 4 or 8?
Thanks to Matches Fashion, you can order individual pieces from the latest 4 collections here. Of course, certain items were sold out before I even saw this, including the zip-detail leggings which look quite nice. I have ordered the black slim cut Levi jeans and the longer denim skirt. I will let you know my thoughts when I receive them in one of those beautiful Matches’ boxes.
photos courtesy Matches Fashion
Yes, please report back! I love the look of the Levi’s but have yet to find a pair of high-rise jeans that look flattering on me.
I follow Matches on IG and was thrilled when I saw this yesterday. Curious as to the quality of the items though. Everything looks quite nice, but every time I see a mention of this line, someone invariably questions quality yet I’ve never seen that addressed. Can anyone speak to this?