Here is everything you need to know about Bridal Shoes for your big day!
Which came first, the wedding dress or bridal shoes? For long dresses, you should have your shoes before your final dress fitting to get the hem the right length. Most Brides select their wedding shoes after finding the perfect dress. I bought my shoes before my dress, they were just perfect! There really is no exact time to get your shoes. Continue reading →
Graduation is right around the corner! Many years has passed since I graduated, so this edition of What to Wear is written by guest writer, Lisa Griffin.
Soon you will be spending your last days at your university or college. Besides final tests and thoughts about your future perspectives, it means a memorable party! Are you excited about the day when everyone can forget about assignments and devote attention to choosing dresses for the graduation ceremony? All the seniors impatiently wait for this major event. Staying in trend might be difficult in everyday life, but when it comes to graduation, it’s even harder. So, what shall you wear to look fabulous? Continue reading →
Many times while traveling, things do not go as planned and my trip is extended (cancelled flights, opportunity to stay longer, whatever). My first reaction was to add a couple new items to my wardrobe (yay, excuse to go shopping), then I learned the secret to extend my original wardrobe for another week (or more). I discovered how to pack the ultimate capsule wardrobe for the most mix and match options with a limited amount of luggage. A little preparation while packing can give you loads of outfit combinations during your travels!
I spent many years traveling for work, and many more years traveling for fun. Here are a few of my top packing tips to build the ultimate travel capsule wardrobe. Continue reading →
Looking good may be your motivation to start a workout, but comfort during your workout will ensure that you will want to do it again.
I am fairly brand loyal when it comes to clothes and shoes, except for fitness fashion. When it comes to exercise clothes it is all about fit and fabrics! I do not care what celebrity is endorsing the brand, or even what brand it is.
Since there is specialized equipment for many sports (golf cleats, soccer shin guards, etc), I am going to focus this discussion on gym athletic wear. There is plenty of crossover into other sports, so this is a good foundation to build a practical workout wardrobe. Continue reading →
Remember what your interviewer(s) wore during your interview. This should give you an idea of how formal/casual the office culture is, and set the tone for your first day outfit, makeup, and jewelry.
Solids and flattering necklines are a must for the best possible security badge photo.Security badge photos are usually taken on your first day, so what you wear will be emblazoned on your badge. Smile, for the camera.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. You will likely get a walking tour of the office and introductions to your new colleagues. Be prepared to walk around, get lost finding the copier, and take the long way back from the bathroom as you get used to your new surroundings. Skip the cute kitten heels that pinch your toes and wear the moderate heels that feel great.
Wear layers. One conference room is going to be freezing and another area will warm. Layers are your best defense against the elements in your new environment.
Hair care. A few days before starting your new job treat yourself to a trim and blowout. Unless otherwise directed by your new employer, keep your hairstyle similar to how it was when you interviewed.
Nail care. A manicure is another great pre-first day treat. At the very least, fingernails should be clean and trim.
Set out a selection of outfits to wear for the first week. You can always change your mind, but this preparation ensures that you have clean clothes and a plan for the entire week.