Although the calendar and the stores say it’s spring, you may not be enjoying spring-like conditions yet. One day it feels likes spring and the next day the winds are blowing and you’re pulling your collar up to guard against the chill. To get you through this ever-changing period, here are some ideas for transitioning your winter wardrobe to spring.
I know, it’s a new year. And you want to go shopping and buy something new. And everything is on sale, right? So, the question you have to ask yourself is, do you really need another cashmere sweater? Or a new pair of shoes? Do they fit into your current wardrobe and/or lifestyle? And what about the three other cashmere sweaters and the twenty plus pairs of shoes that you already own? Are you tired of the clutter yet? Stop shopping and do not buy another thing.
Traveling at the holidays is already stressful enough. Figuring out what to pack shouldn’t add to that. Let me help with packing your travel wardrobe for that upcoming trip. Whether it’s a trip to family for the holidays, or an upcoming vacation, here are some tips to help you. With these, you can travel with only carry on and still look good every day.
Waiting for the weather to match the season implies a need for fashion patience. Whether it’s spring but it still feels like winter or it’s fall and it still feels like summer. When the weather isn’t in synch with the season, it can bring challenges to getting dressed.
Now that you have gone through your wardrobe and are ready for the season’s change, here are some ideas for warm weather fall outfits, even while you’re itching to be wearing layers of warmth.
Yes, it’s that time of year again. Time to think about warmer clothes for colder weather. As you start the transition of clothes in your closet, now’s a great time to check everything carefully and be sure they are ready to be inserted into your next outfit. Now’s the time to check your clothes for problems such as hems that are coming loose, buttons that are hanging by a thread and heels that need repair.