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Women’s “Must-Have” Fashions
Women’s “Must-Have” Fashions

What fashion items are non-negotiable for you?

A new survey asked women to name the top 50 fashion items they can’t live without.

Some of the items are black leggings, a white blouse, a little black dress, a pencil skirt, pearl earrings, flip flops, pumps, a jean jacket, support underwear (like Spanx) and a bikini.

Other items mentioned were Ugg boots, a giant purse, white jeans, hot pants (!) and a fake fur coat.

Get the full list from FemaleFirst here.

Some of those items may stay in your closet for a while, though.

Another study from the Daily Mail showed 81% of women have bought clothes that are too small, because they think it’ll motivate them to drop a few pounds.

Are you an 81%-er…or are you part of the 19%?

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