The best clothing brands for women

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The best clothing brands for women
Several brands in women's clothing offer a variety of styles. (Shopping bag image by MAXFX from Fotolia.com)

Women's clothing can be classic and timeless, and it can also be flashy and trendy. There are a few brands that offer simple basics and bold looks to fill out a well-rounded wardrobe. The best brands offer a variety of styles and fits to accommodate different tastes and body types.

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Gap

Gap is known for traditional and basic styles, and is the place to find basic solid-coloured shirts, classic dresses and functional, yet stylish, "1969 Premium Jeans." Jean styles include straight leg, boot cut, cropped and skinny. Gap clothing offers a variety of fits for different body types, including standard, petite and tall. Classic accessory pieces include hats, scarves, bags, shoes and jewellery, as well as fitness wear and intimates.

H & M

H & M is a Swedish company with women's collections intended for all ages. The styles are up-to-the-moment popular trends in the fashion industry, but at more affordable prices than most high-fashion brands. Some of the styles are trendy and some are more classic, making H&M a good store for clothing that is appropriate for a variety of occasions. Accessories, intimates, shoes and make-up are also available.

Ann Taylor

Ann Taylor focuses on modern and classic styles for the workplace, and for social events. The brand is suitable for female professionals as well as affluent, stylish women. Standard, petite and tall fits are all available. The Ann Taylor LOFT label offers more relaxed and affordable items that are targeted to younger women. Ann Taylor is a good brand for more timeless clothing such as a dress, sweater, blouse or suit. Shoes and jewellery accessories are also available to complement these classic styles.

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