Style Equation: The Casual Chic Formula To Get Dressed in 10 Minutes

Posted On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
Filed Under: Style Guide

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Though I have a closet full of clothes, I always feel I have nothing to wear. But I’ve come to rely on trusted style combos that make getting dressed in the morning must easier.

I realized I haven’t done a Style Equation post in a while, so here it is. This is a useful go-to combo when you want to get dressed for a casual weekend, day of errands or lunch date. It takes just minutes but you’ll automatically look pulled together and it only requires the basics every woman has in her closet.

Style Equation: Layering Your Button Down & Sweater

Posted On Monday, March 9th, 2015
Filed Under: Style Guide

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It looks like spring might finally be on its way {yay to 50 degree temps in NYC this week!}. Though we tend to layer up during winter, this also continues throughout spring. With chilly mornings and semi-warm afternoons, we still need a few layers to stay warm but also amp up the style factor.

This week’s Style Equation is all about layering a button down and sweater for an effortless spring look.

Winter Chic Style Equation

Posted On Monday, February 16th, 2015
Filed Under: Style Guide

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It’s Fashion Week here in New York and though this should be the time of high style, I’m seeing some sartorial choices that have left me scratching my head. Style is totally personal and we can all rock what we want, but I’m absolutely baffled by women who are foregoing warmth for style. The temperatures are below zero, but I’ve seen fashionistas in open toe sandals and light layers. Um, no!

Ladies, style and warmth can coexist. I previously did a Style Equation feature {quick fashion combos that make it easy to get dressed!} last year, but now is the time to resurrect it. Check out the 5 style essentials you need to get dressed in the cold weather. I promise, you’ll be warm and cute!

Style Equation: The Easy Way to Dress Up a Sweatshirt

Posted On Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Filed Under: Deals & Steals, Style Guide

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Last week’s Style Equation was all about getting dressed in 10 minutes on a cold day. This week I’m showing you a few ways to rock your sweatshirt in a fun, stylish way. It’s as easy as 1 + 2 + 3.

Style Equation: The Effortless Combo on a Brisk Fall Day

Posted On Thursday, October 30th, 2014
Filed Under: Style Guide, Thrifty Threads 365

Thrifty Threads 365 is a fashion challenge where I will only thrift shop for an entire year. I’ll show you how it’s easy and wallet friendly to satisfy your style needs with secondhand finds. For full details, check the original post here.
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As much as I have a “passion for fashion,” sometimes I just don’t know what to wear and hate getting dressed. No seriously, when I’m working from home, I’m in leggings and a t-shirt. But on days when I actually have to leave the house, I rely on my go-to style combos. These are the pieces I know I can throw together in minutes and they’ll look great. It’s as simple as 1 + 2 + 3 = chic, effortless and fun.

Below check out the first installment of Style Equation to see the pieces that keep you warm and stylish on a chilly day.