Wise Fashion Articles: Fashion that Fits You
This week I had a little time to myself in between errands. What did I decide to do with that time? Get a pedicure? Treat myself to a coffee date? Go to the park? NO, I did my most favorite thing… Fashion research! I do it for you because not everyone is as crazy as I am about clothes and I’m OK with that!
Have you ever seen something cute on someone else or on Pinterest and thought “how cute, I’d like to try that”. But then something stops you. You don’t have the “thing” you want to try or you don’t know if it’ll look good on you.
Cheap clothes and fast fashion are the norm, but can you really get that Ah-mazing coat or dress for only $12?
Early last year my friend recommended Rosegal for crazy cheap clothes. I didn’t skip a beat. I looked up the site and immediately started browsing. However, it felt a bit “off” to me.
Weight Loss is good right? There’s never a downside to losing weight.
I used to think there could be no downside to losing weight. You work your butt off (literally ha!) and finally see an acceptable number on the scale. Hallelujah! Now it’s time for shopping! YAY, new SMALLER clothes! You are thrilled and looking how you always dreamed. Except that’s not how it really goes at all.
Overwhelmed by the “rules” of fashion?
When it comes to clothes and style there can be so many choices to make. If you ever feel like you’re in a rut or that you are hungry to change up your look but not sure how, you’re not alone.
How did a dress help me lose weight? The journey began with an opportunity to go out with my husband.
I used to be over 200 pounds.
Do you ever do this?
You’re shopping at your favorite store and you see a dress. It’s the perfect summer dress! You immediately see yourself as thin, tan, on the beach or on a boat while you sip a perfect drink with your happy and gorgeous significant other? You look great, feel great and EVERYONE is happy?
What if one of your friends came up to you and said “wow, your thighs… HUGE!” or “I hate your stupid fat arms!” Would they still be friends of yours after that? Would you continue to allow that kind of talk into your life? If not, why do you talk to yourself like that?
Have you ever walked into a store feeling pretty okay about yourself, even...healthy and beautiful, only to try on a pair of pants or swimsuit and walk out of that store feeling hideous and huge? I have! More than once! It almost became a spring ritual for me. How...
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