A modern woman has a lot on her plate. Whether you are a full-time parent, a career woman or a go-getter of any kind – which, let’s be real, most women are – there is a lot that needs to be packed into a 24-hour day. Of course, life isn’t all about the hustle, and it’s important that we figure out how to incorporate our date nights, girls’ nights and client dinners into our already busy work schedules. With so much to do and so little time, it’s crucial to have a wardrobe that allows easy transitions from day to play.

Thankfully, in most industries, the traditional, business-casual look is slowly becoming a thing of the past. While it’s always appropriate to have a few power suits ready to go, rules are becoming less rigid, and it is becoming more acceptable to wear brighter colors, bold prints and yes, more all-around comfortable clothing.

That said, it is important to keep versatility in mind when expanding your wardrobe. Does that mean you can’t have clothing that’s just for fun? Absolutely not! However, a versatile wardrobe will help save you time and space. It also reduces your anxiety during your busiest days. Just think: no more planning your day down to the second to ensure you make it home in time to change before heading right back out the door or worrying you’re over or underdressed. With so much to worry about, creating a wardrobe that will allow you to feel comfortable and confident all day and all night might be better stress relief than meditation.

Sara Santora
Managing Editor at SpaceCoast Magazines | Website

As a Space Coast native, Sara enjoys using her love of writing to speak directly to the community that raised her. She graduated from Florida State University with a B.A. in English, and has written for a variety of magazines; however, her love for publishing and writing developed as a young girl, when she received her first copy of Teen Vogue. When she isn't writing or at work, she is traveling around the state with friends, visiting coffee shops, going to live shows and brushing up on her photography skills. Follow her on Instagram or connect with her on LinkedIn.