Celebrate Earth Day with Sustainable Fashion

What better way to celebrate Earth Day than to talk about sustainable fashion. Shopping your closet is one way to support the cause and be kind to Mother Earth.  Do you know the environmental impact of the fashion industry? This was addressed in a previous Wear It Well Wednesday. You can read the full article here. You may not have control over how…

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4 Spring Trends to Buy Now!

If the winter doldrums have gotten you down, thinking about Spring fashions is one way out of a funk. Having something new can boost your spirit and confidence. Why not look for some of the trendy spring fashions at the end of season sales?   With bargains galore, it is a great time to buy necessities, transitional clothing or items for spring. Many clearance sections still…

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Is Your Closet Ready ?

Although most of us don’t have a closet like the one pictured (I know I don’t), your closet can still be functional. After all, your multi-used closet needs to be a sanctuary, not a place that causes you stress. By this time of year, most closets are a “hot mess” (a friend’s description for items that are in disarray)….

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Mini Makeover Sale

  Start the new year with a new you. Gift yourself with a Mini Makeover Package. Only $69 {normally $95) before the end of the year. You don’t have to book your service until 2019 but you must pay for it by December 31, 2018. Not local? No worries! Virtual services are available. To order your package click here

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Your Fit and Trim Closet!

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In the third part of our organizing series comes the fun part of putting your clothes in the closet. There are many different organizing methods. My favorite is grouping clothing by clusters (which are all the clothes that are worn together). For instance, in my fall wardrobe: I have two work clusters, an exercise cluster, and a casual cluster. With this method, I know what…

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Would you have something to wear?

Have you thought about what you would wear if you couldn’t dress yourself, zip a zipper or button a button? Mindy Scheier, another keynote speaker at the recent conference I attended, has because her son has a rare form of Muscular Dystrophy. When her son, Oliver, wanted to wear jeans to be like the other boys at school, she used her fashion design skills…

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