Friday Fashion Fix allows Indy Style viewers to email us their fashion challenge. Then the Image Cube team invites them to join us on Indy Style as we present solutions to fix their fashion challenge. Today's topic will help us define the Spring basics that should remain in your wardrobe.
Our guest today is an award winning architect, Diana Brenner. Diana is the president Brenner Design, which is an Indianapolis based design firm. And she's also quite involved with various government projects and finds herself in a variety of business environments. Diana tells us about her challenge with Spring basics in her wardrobe.
Diana: "I have a large wardrobe and my daily schedule is filled with various business meetings and social events. I have a three part question and they are:
1. What are those basics that will offer the versatility for my schedule?
2. How can I determine which items to replace?
3. And considering my schedule are there other basics I should consider adding?"
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