Follow these rules and you can make it out of spring 2014 with your style dignity intact and extra dollars in your account.
Editor Archive: Lauren DeLoach
‘Tis the season to look FAB and to help others do the same!
How do you reconcile the woman you are in the world of style versus the woman you want to be?
Let’s break down this rational of owning two wardrobes, and then focus on ways to avoid being anything other than one woman with one wardrobe.
Check out a trend that you can’t go wrong trying, one that is “touch and go,” and another that is SO worth passing on.
With the onset of September and 300-page fashion magazines on every newsstand screaming “It’s Fall…It’s Fall,” you would have to be living under a massive rock not to know that the year’s biggest season is finally here.
I recently received a reader question from a woman who upon hitting her mid-fifties, has come to the stark realization that she indeed has no style, and furthermore no clue what to do about it.
Here are a few style tips to steady your path.
So with pregnancy in mind, and any and every factor that takes your mind away from who you are visually, let’s cover some ways to keep fabulous as a viable option even if “The Thrill is Gone.”
It is never OK to have two separate wardrobes, as it impacts both your style and budget!