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I think that a visual representation is by far the best way to see how the pieces work together cohesively (or not) and also to try to identify any gaps that may exist. When creating these sets in Polyvore, I used colours that I love and feel that will work with my daily life. The core colours can certainly be swapped out to create a wardrobe that suits your lifestyle or colour preferences.
I also found a number of wardrobe suggestions on Forbes, which reflect some slight differences that are worth considering.
- The first, Wardrobe Essentials for Young Professionals, outlines 12 essential items which includes your first 10 suits. Since the list of suits is slightly larger, it is worth considering this list if you wear a lot of suits.
- There are also a number of lists specific to women, specifically Women's Essentials, Women's Eight Essentials and Modern and Timeless Essentials. All of these lists are also worth reviewing and I will cross-check them against my final wardrobe list.