Thacker Wardrobe Kit: Dressing Made Easy
You're running late for work desperately digging through your wardrobe trying to find something to wear. Dressing and undressing getting more frustrated with each combination of items you try on. The pile of clothes on your bedroom floor grows bigger and bigger with every piece of clothing you take off with dissatisfaction. You are left staring at a closet full of clothes, yet, you still have nothing to wear. We have all been there. Leaving the house feeling discouraged with your outfit selection and not confident in your ensemble is not a great way to start your day. That is where THACKER comes in.
THACKER is a collection of modern essentials that easily mix and match so you won't have that "oh my gosh, I nothing to wear" feeling. THACKER aims to help women look "polished, pulled-together, and chic in a flash." THACKER is effortless style that is designed to make dressing easy not a total nightmare. I discovered THACKER on Instagram through one of my favorite fashion bloggers and their wardrobe kits are what really caught my eye. Their wardrobe kits are "everything you need to kick off your wardrobe revolution." Here I styled a few looks from their Basic Wardrobe Kit, that includes a blazer, pants or leggings, a skirt, a top, a cardigan, a large pouch and a key fob all perfectly packed into their weekender bag. All you need to do is select your clothing size (I'm wearing an XL) and their personal styling concierge will reach out to you to help you customize your wardrobe kit based on your personal style. Who knew dressing could be so easy?!
I absolutley love how versatile the clothing is. I put together three looks using the THACKER Basic Wardrobe Kit, one for the office, one for a night out and one for casual weekends. Again, these are just a few ideas of how to stye these pieces, the possibilities are incredible. You can even mix it in with items you might already have in your wardrobe like jeans or a leather jacket. Needless to say, THACKER takes the stress out of getting dressed.
Photos: Alicia Lewin Photography
Thank you to THACKER for sponsoring this post.