While there’s lots of exciting trends to try this season, if you’re only going to try one this season, my inside tip is to GO BOLD WITH COLOR!
We’re seeing three key dominant color trends for spring:
1 | Full-body pastels: From lemon yellow to lavender (the instagram star of the season), pastels are hot. While pastels have long been a spring tradition, there’s an edgy vibe to how they’re styled this season. This year, it's a bold attention-seeking pastel worn either in monochromatic head-to-toe styles or with contrasting color blocking.
Do you refuse to accept age as a limitation to style? If so, YOU have the "Maturista mindset" (no matter what your actual age).
Check out the top five reasons that Maturista phase of life should be your best EVER for personal style!
Although designed for a little girl, this Micro Capsule Wardrobe embodies style principles that work for women of all ages. Here’s the top six styling tips from my six-year old’s capsule:
1) Add core statement pieces |Choose a few statement pieces that define your style vibe for the season.
According to a British study, women put an exorbitant amount of effort into finding the right holiday outfit. We also spend big bucks to get it right. Between the dress, accessories and updating hairstyles, Good Housekeeping UK reports that women spend about $600 (adapted to $CAD) on their office Christmas Party look.
Spending that kind of time and money on an outfit you’ll only wear once is a major waste of limited wardrobe resources. Consider these four key tips to find holiday outfits you’ll still want to wear when the calendar flips over to 2018.
As a career professional, you have likely witnessed the workplace culture quirks that can stand between a qualified candidate and their dream position. In the quest to advance from “qualified” to “promoted” in an imperfect system, don't overlook the influence your image can play in persuading others you're right for the position.
I have compiled a short list of the top 3 steps to dress for career success.
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