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30 Closet Staples Every Woman Should Own In Their Wardrobe

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Fashion photographer and original gangster Bill Cunningham once said:

"Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life."

Your style speaks for you before you ever introduce yourself.


As girl bosses, it is our job to make sure that our style staples exude confidence, strength, and distinction. Though women are intrinsically stylish and we find a way to make things our own, women of the melanated persuasion kick it up a notch with all types of sass and class.

No matter your style, every woman needs full-proof pieces that will withstand time and the evolution of trends. While you may think your 20-somethings won't end, they will. And you need to be ready!

We found one of our favorite humans dripping in all of the perennial pieces a girl needs in her wardrobe. Lifestyle blogger, Kyrzayda Rodriguez, has a true passion for passion. She provides us beautiful content through on blog, Kyrzayda.com weekly. Her story is beyond inspiring and her transparency is humanizing. Above all, this woman promotes self-love and enjoying the skin you're in. Dressing the part is a testament to that.

Check out the indefinite classic items you need in your closet by the time you turn 30 by clicking through the gallery below:

1.Elegant blazer

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Blazers are a quick way to make any look stylish. This velvet number is quite alluring.

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