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17 Top Fashion Tips

Posted by Kaileigh Dodd on

Over the last couple of years we have posted fashion tips on our Facebook and Instagram pages, so now we want to highlight some of our favorite ones that we felt were worth sharing with you again! #1) The Fashion Formula 1 Basic (Dark Jeans, Pencil Skirt, Basic Top) +   1 Interest Piece (Color, Pattern, Texture, Shaw) +  1 Completer Piece (Jacket, Cardigan, Belt) +    Accessories (Bag, Jewelry, Clutch, Shoes)                                                          = The Perfect Fashion Forward Outfit Click Here to Buy This Fashion Formula Complete Outfit #2) The Neck Method for Perfect Fitting Jeans                 If you don’t have enough...

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A Dress For Every Occasion

Posted by Kaileigh Dodd on

A variety of occasions/events call for you to wear a dress, but with so many different types of dresses out there, how do you pick the right one to wear? And how do you prepare for the surprise events that come up giving you very little time to find the perfect dress to wear? What I suggest is having about five different types of dresses already in your closet, and knowing which ones you wear to what different type of occasions. These are the MUST HAVES every girl should have in her closet. Use code "Dress15" to get 15% off...

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How To: Headbands

Posted by Kaileigh Dodd on

           A big trend right now is stretch headbands! I can bet you see people wearing them EVERYWHERE, and I can also bet you see them where them several different ways. Do wonder to yourself, ‘how do they get their hair like that?’ or maybe you tell yourself, ‘I could never get my hair to do that, it looks way to hard.’ Well I’m here to tell you that you can do it, it’s SO EASY! I am personally OBSESSED with wearing headbands. I wear them every single chance I get, and I can honestly say I own about 20 of...

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The Rectangle Shape

Posted by Rachel Boudreau on

The last shape in this series of blogs is the rectangle shape. Just as a reminder, the rectangle shape can be described by having little to no waist definition, hips and shoulders look balanced, small derriere, sometimes long legs. Since the rectangle has little to no waist definition, we will need to create one. This can be done by wearing fitted jackets with SMALL shoulder pads (again…no 80’s!) this will create the illusion that the shoulders are broader than the waist, thus giving the illusion of a defined waist. Since the jacket (if fitted properly) comes in at the waist,...

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March Newsletter

Posted by Kaileigh Dodd on

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