It’s that time of year when everyone is going to holiday parties, family functions, and hanging out with their girlfriends. We want to pop and make a statement. Looking your best does not have to be over the top, it just have to be simple while making a statement.
The views expressed by Ms. J is her honest opinion of the night. The views expressed are those solely of Ms. K, viewpoint of the show with no favoritism or bias of any kind. I believe in empowering all women.
Ms. J says:
Ready, Set, Swim was my first fashion show in Miami and I must say that overall it was an enlightening and interesting experience. First off, the event stated
If you haven’t already noticed, working women’s attire has been evolving over the past couple of years. Gone are the rigid skirt suits and in place are unique outfits that the match the personality of the person wearing it.
It’s Corporate Monday! The start of a fresh week at work. Give it a kick start by wearing your best showing your boss and/or clients your professional look. Although I have discussed wearing brighter colors at work this spring and summer season not everyone is fortunate to do so depending on your work environment. Try staying within the neutral to black tones and incorporating pops of color in your accessories as I have done here in my shoes. You may also opt for a closed toe shoe if your office forbids open toes.
I had the pleasure of traveling home to New York City for the weekend the other day with only a tote bag. I felt like a celebrity because usually when you see pictures of them, they only have a cute little purse and never any luggage. I was able to have this mini celeb moment in the middle of winter because I have way too many clothes still at home in NY, although I live in Florida. The majority of people who travel are not so fortunate; therefore with the impending travel season upon us, let us figure out how to travel fashionable but light. Continue reading “A Traveling Fashionista”→