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By the time you turn 30, there’s a whole host of life experiences you’ve likely had (some you wanted, some you could do without). And while a life-long bucket list has plenty of soul-searching type items to tick off, it’s not fair to ignore the importance of your closet. When you enter your fourth decade of life, there are some pieces you ought to have found because, honestly, they make the style part of life easier. See what from our list you’ve already found, and if you’re still searching, let us know in the comments—we’d love to help!

1. A work bag
The majority of purses aren’t meant to last forever. They sustain wear and tear or can fall victim to a particularly nasty spill (ink! red wine! pasta sauce!). Others you bought as a trend piece and eventually start to feel tired. But by thirty? You should have a solid work bag in your rotation: It’s roomy enough for papers, looks structured enough to bring to a professional meeting or job interview, and shows that you’re successful enough to have splashed out a little.

2. Comfortable, neutral heels or flats
From jeans to a cocktail dress, everything in your closet matches with these babies. You can pull them on without thinking whether they’ll match, and, blessedly, they’re comfortable (both because they work for your foot shape and because they’ve been properly broken in). For plenty of women, it’s a pair of black or beige heels, but classic pointy-toe flats can fit the bill too.

3. A simple, tailored dress
It’s the clothing version of the aforementioned shoes that fits you perfectly and makes for a good palette to dress up or down with different accessories or a blazer (or motorcycle jacket). Need something for a last-minute cocktail party? Done. Just got asked to attend a nice sit-down dinner with clients? Perfecto.

4. Something you feel confident in
Really, this one is so up to you. The piece itself can range between any category imaginable, whether a dress, a simple top, or a pair of amazing shoes. Whatever it is, it’s become a piece you can count on for an instant dose of personal pizzazz and a boost of confidence.

5. Something you feel sexy in
Re-read everything from the above description. This is the same sort of decided-by-you category, though it’s less about impressing your boss and more about feeling like you look like a sensual goddess. And yeah, it can be a super-steamy little black dress, but it can also be an oversize cardigan that slips off your shoulder just so or a pair of jeans that makes you butt look good.

6. An evening bag
Unless you find yourself attending a slew of formal parties for work or personal reasons, you really only need one good clutch or minaudière. Your chosen piece should be small enough to not be bulky, but large enough to fit the basics. Keeping it fairly simple means it’ll match with everything, but do look for something that makes you smile with a special detail (be it a fun embellishment or a spot of fringe).

7. Jeans you love
By age 30, you’ve had a lot of jeans, some good, some bad. And now you should have landed on a brand that just works with your body. It’s different for everyone, and shopping trial and error is the only way to get there. Once you find your jeans, stick with them.

8. A great coat
The down-filled puffer coat is awesome on a sub-zero type of day, but relying on it as your only piece of outerwear is something that should end with college. Nothing signals grown-up style quite like a tailored coat. Make yours last forever by looking for a well-tailored piece with clean lines.

9. A good bra
And it doesn’t have to be pricey, but should fit properly and work with your ladies (ahem, did you know there are seven different types of breasts, with ideal bra shapes for each?).

10. An investment piece
There’s a special feeling that comes with identifying something you really want, saving up, and then—hurrah!—buying it. At this age, you’ve probably moved up a few notches professionally and received a few raises here and there. As such, let yourself have a big-girl purchase. Whether it’s a pair of classic Louboutins or a nice pair of earrings you know you’d wear on the daily, set aside a bit of cash each month and then go for it, knowing you’ll wear them for the next four decades.

Article source: www.glamour.com