There's nothing better than a new wardrobe, especially when it costs only $250. As you saw in our video , buying basics is key to a versatile wardrobe. But a closet full of neutral colors can get BORING. So for only $150 more, I added pop and personality with four more tops creating 10 more outfits —and had money left over for two pairs of shoes. Check it out!


Insert trends into your wardrobe with inexpensive pieces.

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Basic: H&M black pants $49.90
Added Style: H&M floral shirt $29.90

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Basic: H&M beige pants $29.90
Added Style: H&M floral shirt $29.90


Black and white are easy choices when you just don't know what to wear.

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Basic: H&M black pants $49.90
Basic: Target black tank top $19.99

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Basic: H&M black pants $49.90
Basic: Target white shirt $19.99


Add colorful tops to neutral bottoms.

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Basic: H&M beige pants $39.90 Added Style: H&M white tank $29.90 Added Style: H&M cardigan $16.90

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Basic: H&M beige pants $39.90 Added Style: H&M pink shirt $19.90





Experiment with belts to change the shape of a shirt.

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Basic: H&M white skirt $24.90 Added Style: pink shirt $19.90

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Basic: H&M white skirt $24.90 Added Style: H&M white tank $29.90


When the office is cool, pair a jacket or cardigan with a simple dress.

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Basic: H&M black shift dress $29.99 Basic: Targe beige jacket $39.99

Look 10 Basic: H&M black shift dress $29.99 Added Style: H&M cardigan $16.90


Every woman need a basic black ballet flat, especially in the summer.

Basic: Target ballet flat $19.99


Strappy sandals are all the rage this season.

Added Style: Target sandals $29.99

These three tops and two pairs of shoes cost us only $146.58. We went under budget again!
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