Closet by Basics: Look Good Even on Lazy Days

I think I speak for everyone when I say that there are days when you feel too lazy to decide what to wear. After waking up (a grueling task, at that!), sometimes, you just want to do what you have to do and get the day over with. That can be the cause of some wardrobe malfunctions—and nobody wants that.

No matter how lazy you are, it’s always important to look presentable. After all, you never know when an opportunity might knock at your door or you bump into someone important. Yes, it can be time-consuming. That’s why a certain clothing brand has stepped up to help you alleviate all that fuss by providing clothes that can make you look good even without trying!

Update your wardrobe with items from Closet by Basics! They specialize in basic clothes that are easy to mix and match without compromising on fashion. They’re consistent with every new design they release, so each purchase can become your best friend on a lazy day.

I tried two of their outfits and here’s how they look:

This plain white t-shirt with black neckline and sleeve cuff matches my favorite office slacks. The 90s fashion looks good with this kind of design, too, though; so going for denim jeans to pair with it makes it an easy vintage look.

This blue floral polo may look extra for some, but just put on some jeans and your favorite sneakers, and you’re good to go! You can also opt to wear slacks or khakis with this one.

Other designs you might like:

You can order their clothes online or you buy from retailers like Eyestee PH (Bulacan), La Local (Taft), and Retail Lab (Vertis North).

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It really won’t take much time for you to think of what to wear for the day with clothes like these. Now you can look good effortlessly.

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