Tuesday, January 6, 2015
MSP's Weekly Style Missions
Working on your style in small, bite-size pieces is the best way to become more stylish. It's so much better than dumping your whole wardrobe on the floor and starting over from scratch. If you are desperate to make some changes in your appearance, by far this is the worst thing you could possibly do!
Making quick (and often irrational) decisions with your stale outdated wardrobe (like dumping just about everything in the trash can) will end up costing you more in the long run. You will end up making poor choices because it takes time to really understand what you need and want. A good wardrobe is made up of a small amount of core pieces and each piece should be the correct silhouette for your body type.
One of the best ways to start improving your style is with weekly style missions. Taking on one weekly mission that will improve your style will teach you what is the most flattering for you. It also gets you to explore with colors, jewelry, accessories and more!
Check out the FREE weekly style missions over at MissusSmartyPants.com (or sign up and have them emailed to you each week).
In fact, take a peek at this week's MSP's Weekly Style Mission. It's about "dressing backwards" and using brooches in creative ways to "up your style". Style should be fun. It's a process or journey. Enjoy what you wear--let your clothes express the woman you are!
Get creative...think out of the box! You can wear a brooch so many different ways. Wear it on...READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
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