Thursday, April 28th, 2016
Filed Under: Style Guide, Thrift Stores, Thrifty Threads 365
It’s rare I find a piece I have to have. Like, absolutely need in my life and closet. That feeling came over me a few weeks ago. I ran to Century 21 to find what I knew would be the perfect addition to my spring wardrobe.
If you’re looking for a nice finishing touch for your spring style, then keep reading. Oh, and I also have a giveaway for you!
Monday, April 25th, 2016
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, shopping, Style Guide
It’s been a minute since I’ve done a Dime Find of the Week post. And that’s because it can be hard to find amazing, high quality clothes and accessories that have a wallet friendly price tag. Again, the emphasis is on quality.
Well, this weekend I discovered a new jewelry brand I’ve become obsessed with and after buying a piece, I can assure you the quality is on point!
Thursday, April 21st, 2016
Filed Under: shopping, Style Guide, Thrifty Threads 365
I hate to say it, but sometimes thrift shopping isn’t a good thing. I don’t want to say it’s bad, but let’s face it, some thrift shoppers just buy any and everything. Now that’s bad! We know that just because something is “cheap” doesn’t mean it’s necessarily worth buying and those little purchases can rack up after a while.
But beyond that, thrift shopping can actually be bad for your personal style. Ok, just hear me out on this one…
Monday, April 18th, 2016
Filed Under: shopping, Style Guide
All too often our closets are full of the stuff we love but sometimes not the pieces we need. These are your fashion holes. I know, “holes” sounds weird but these are the areas you’re missing a few style essentials.
If you’re trying to define your style, here’s how to determine your fashion holes and what you really need to complete your wardrobe.
Monday, April 11th, 2016
Filed Under: Style Guide
By now we all understand the importance of a fashion uniform
. It’s the quickest way to look your best, wear what works for your figure and more importantly, get dressed in a pinch.
But the word “uniform” can sound a bit boring and even stuffy. I didn’t think about this until I attended an O Magazine and JCPenney event
a few weeks ago and Gayle King brought this issue up.
If you feel a fashion uniform is a little too boring or need tips so your “uniform” doesn’t look like you’re wearing the same thing over and over, keep reading!