Shopping Your Closet

Do you ever stand in front of a closet full of clothes in despair, because you have nothing to wear? Another trip to the mall isn’t the answer.

Let’s take a look at how I resolved this for one client recently…

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Handbags, Pocketbooks, or Purses?

Whatever you want to call it, it doesn’t matter. It can easily be the MOST essential accessory in your wardrobe.

Over the years, I’ve bought many handbags. I’ve tried many different styles for every day, evenings and travel. I know the ones that work best for me because they are the ones that I use over and over again and that I keep for many years.

Here are the features that I look for when shopping for handbags:

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Dress for Photo Success

So, now you know how to pose for pictures…if you didn’t read our previous post, see here

With the continued help of professional photographer Christina Samuelson, here are some tips on what you should consider wearing when you are having your photos taken professionally:

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Let Me Take Your Picture

It has happened to all of us: you’re at a gathering and everyone is taking photos. Later you find a not-so-flattering picture of yourself on Facebook. Ugh. 

With wedding season approaching, and everyone having a camera in their purse or pocket these days, you’re not going to wiggle out of having your picture taken. So let’s turn your relationship with the camera around.

In conjunction with professional photographer Christina Samuelson of Christina Samuelson Photographyhere are a few tips you can practice to help you pose for great photos:

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Style Is Not A Size

Everybody has a unique body shape and specific clothes that flatter it. Because the same item doesn’t necessarily flatter everyone, you need to dress yourself for your specific body. Here are some helpful fashion tips, regardless of your size: 

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Cleaning Out The Clutter

It’s a classic problem—there are clothes in your closet that don’t suit you anymore, are full of memories (and not always good ones), or are pieces that you scratch your head about: “Why did I buy that? I’m not wearing it. What do I do with it?”

Once you understand how to deal with all these questions you have about unused clothes hanging in your closet, you’ll feel such freedom – refreshed and relaxed with the weight of all that indecision (and extra clothes) are out of your life.

Let’s be honest; letting go is hard. Let’s try to make it easier. For each item in your closet, ask the following questions:

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