By: Ms. J
KISS (Keep It Simple and Sassy).
I have been writing so much about work wear fashion that I decided to post a look of the day. Here, I touch on a lot of key elements that I have discussed in prior posts.
1. No Underwear Lines
2. Spring Color
3. D’Orsay Style of Shoe
4. Building Your Professional Wardrobe
5. Work Wear Fashion
Simple, sophisticated and appropriate for the office without making you feel as if you do not have any fashion sense.
Spring Cleaning: Wardrobe Edition
By: Ms. J
Spring is almost here! Most people take this time to clean their homes. This yearly act of cleaning your home from top to bottom allows you to refresh, de-clutter and repair any and all areas of your home. Most people are so focused on the areas that visitors see upon entering their home, that they forget cleaning their closets. If they are not cleaning their closets, it is most likely that everything gets dumped and/or forgotten there. Before spring officially begins, let us refresh and lighten our closets and wardrobes. This can get ugly, so do not try to overwork yourself by completing all of your closets in a day. It would be best to work on them one at a time.
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A Traveling Fashionista
By: Ms. J
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”