This weekend I got crafty. Not that that is unusual, as being crafty is kind of my profession. I should amend this statement to, I got crafty for a personal project! Always exciting, as I rarely get to make something for myself. Doesn’t the saying go, “The cobbler’s children have no shoes”? With the… Continue reading Home Project- Turning a Workspace into a Fashionable Piece of Furniture
We all know that feeling of buyer’s remorse. That instant gut wrenching regret of purchasing something we know we shouldn’t have. Today, let’s talk about trying not to do that anymore. I have previously mentioned trusting your gut as one of the three tips on creating personal style, but a Saturday spent binge shopping inspired me to expand… Continue reading Get it if your Gut gets it- learning to trust your instinct for personal style
Today I want to focus on my favorite tip to give people who are having trouble making decisions. Here it is people, buy what you love. Focus your energy and dollars on buying things that you love. Few of us have extra time and money to go around searching for things and debating over decisions. So… Continue reading Buy what you Love & Love what you Buy.
I find my birthday apparel decisions to be on theme with the idea of personal style. For the past several years I have made it a point to wear either a dress or a skirt on my celebratory day of birth. My birthday usually marks the first day of summer. Which means it is ridiculously… Continue reading It’s my birthday, I’ll wear a dress if I want to
I find a lot of people are overwhelmed with the idea of creating a personal style. This applies to how you dress, you decorate, your overall visual presentation to the world. The idea that people shy away from expressing themselves makes me a little sad. A lot of times they look to mainstream concepts and… Continue reading How to develop your personal style