6 fashion classics and beauty products to go with them
Which each new season comes a whole host of exciting new trends to try out. But while trends come and go, our favourite items are those classic staples we wear again and again. In fact, we’ve got each look so perfected, we’ve even got a matching beauty product to go with them. The result? Six fail-safe, instant-confidence outfits at our fingertips – whatever the season…
Little Black Dress + deodorant.
Deodorant is a given with most outfits, but the magic of a LBD is in its sophisticated, dark simplicity and we all know what ruins that: white deodorant marks. An antiperspirant deodorant like Dove Compressed Invisible Dry Antiperspirant Deodorant – which is the first antiperspirant proven to leave no white marks on 100 colours – will give you the freedom show off your beautiful underarms and to wear the brightest, boldest colours safe in the knowledge that there’ll be no deodorant-mark incidents
Cashmere sweaters + nude polish.
There’s something classically timeless and chic about cashmere – like being wrapped in luxury. And a clean, nude nail polish is the perfect partner to such understated elegance
Leather jacket + cat-eye eyeliner.
For some reason, flicked cat eyeliner makes us feel confident. Whether it’s the extra oomph it gives our facial expressions or just the knowledge that we’ve finally managed to master the trick in the first place, it’s hard to know. But we do know it goes great with a leather jacket to make an impact
Jeans + red lips.
Jeans are probably the most universal wardrobe staple there is, and that’s for good reason – there’s not many things that give us more confidence than a pair of jeans we look great in. The only way to up the confidence factor? Red lips
Trench coat + pink blusher.
Trench coats bring to mind chilly autumn and blustery spring, when the crisp wind brings a rosy glow to our cheeks – so if the weather’s not playing ball, DIY it with a blusher
White shirt + hairspray.
There’s nothing quite like a perky-but-minimal ponytail to top off a crisp, white shirt. Complete with lots of hairspray to make it sleek and shiny, it makes us feel pulled-together and sophisticated