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There is a certain crisp freshness in the air that certainly makes you aware that the fall is here and the colder months are approaching. It is time to say goodbye to that summer wardrobe of shoelace dresses and sandals and say help to cozy knits and jumper dresses.
However, it can be quite the task to transform your wardrobe from summer to more winter appropriate clothing. So I thought I would put together a quick guide to help you consider some of the fall basics you need to add to your wardrobe. Making sure you keep warm but stylish at the same time.
The season of colorful leaves and pumpkins is basically upon us, and you’ll have to say goodbye to those long summer days and short sleeves outside.
As the weather gets cooler and the sunlight reduces every day; it can be a challenge to feel like you’re as glowing and confident as you were during the hotter months.
However, there’s so much to enjoy during fall; keeping a focus on spiced pumpkin lattes and the chance to shop for layers should keep you upbeat and excited for Halloween and the party season ahead.
Believe it or not, I’m very particular when it comes to selecting my body wash. I need a wash that smells great but isn’t too strong in the scent department while nourishing my skin even after the shower.
So this time around, I decided to do something different when it came to selecting my next body wash. I took the Find Your Perfect Body Wash Quiz from Suave and it’s safe to say the results pretty much screams out Glenny!
Labels matter when it comes to clothes.
No matter how you feel about the world of high fashion, few people would be satisfied with the feeling of being shortchanged. If you buy an item of clothing, then you want to know that item of clothing is exactly what it claims to be.
Nevertheless, there’s now a relentless market for fake goods. Going as far to be featured on an episode of the fashionable and style-friendly Sex And The City, the “dupes” and “fakes” of this world have their – albeit morally dubious – place in the national mind. There is a whole new world of it through the internet, too; the Facebook-advertised tailors who produce clothes that look nothing like their promised appearance, for example.
** Disclosure: Swimsuit was generously sponsored by Lime Ricki Swimwear but the content and opinion expressed are of my own.
Not too long ago, I wrote a more personal blog post about body positivity and the struggles I faced as a woman who’s been body shamed. Not only by society but also by family. It took a while for me to overcome my fears of even wearing a sleeveless shirt, let alone be able to walk around in a swimsuit.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m still self-conscious but I have created myself 5 ways to learn to love my body the way it is now to help me overcome any negative thoughts I may encounter in my day-to-day life.
You can often spend your entire life trying to define your sense of style and still never feeling comfortable with it. When that’s the case, you’re often left feeling like you have no signature style at all. Sometimes, part of the problem is the pressure that you put on yourself. Whether you’re looking at what other people wear, or just going by what you wish you were, the pressure to get it right can be the most difficult of all.
And when it comes to pressure, we always seem to think we have to look put together, otherwise, we’re not fashionable. But that’s simply not the case. In fact, casual fashion can look so striking. You may even have looked at other women that rock a casual sense of style and wonder how they do it. Well, all you need to do is know what kind of occasions call for what kind of fashion.