Get you pens and papers out! Today I am kicking off my new style series! In this series, I will show you how to: define your style, dress for your body type, mix prints, textures and colors, layer items, shop smart, organize your closet, incorporate trends and interesting elements, etc.
Defining your personal style can get a bit tricky. It can be difficult to pin point exactly what your style looks like, but doing so will save you a lot of confusion, money and time. I admit to buying things that I "like" but never actually wear. I think to myself that I could wear it here or there, but instead it ends up staying in my closet lonely and isolated. Why? Maybe the item doesn't align with my style as much as I thought I did. Maybe it doesn't go with anything else in my closet. Maybe I just like the idea of the style more than the item itself. There are countless reasons, but knowing what your style is will allow you to shop with purpose and save money in the long run.
The other site should be re-directing so if you made it here okay then YAY! Welcome! Please be sure to save my new site, www.lizzieinlace.com so that we can keep in touch and support each other in our blogging journey (not to mention, I have a GREAT series coming up after the relaunch).
Due to my absence from work for a few days, I decided to start my redesign a bit earlier than expected. To make this move a smooth transition and to ensure the new site is user friendly and full of great content, I will not be posting anything for the next week or so. If the site looks a bit funny, it's because I'm still working on it but you should have access to all previous posts!
If you are here, feel free to sift through my recent posts and link up on last Friday's post. There will be no link up this Friday, Nov. 6th due to the maintenance, but I will be back up and running for the link up next Friday, Nov. 13th (hopefully before!) and showcase a favorite from this past Friday's link up then!
If you are interested in collaborating or contributing in some way (guest post, link up host, showcasing a trend), please email me at email@example.com.
*Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, however I did receive a sample for my review. All opinions are my own and are not influenced in any way.*
Can we talk about skin today? I believe that taking care of your skin is so SO important. It makes you look better and feel better (plus it makes your make up look 10 times better)! Even then, sometimes perfect skin is not ideal. We all have different issues, from acne and oil to dryness and redness. I can definitely relate.