We’re getting to the point in the year when vacations are being planned or have already been taken. And one must figure the travel bag when traveling, right? One of my favorite things to pack in a travel bag are dresses. This blue striped dress from Eliza J is one of my current favs.
Jeans are the one universal piece of clothing that almost every woman I know owns. Whether dark wash or light, black jeans, or acid wash, we women stick to our jeans. So how do you elevate your outfit if you want to step out in jeans without looking blah? One simple method is with a great looking top.
I remember in middle school when my parents purchased my first pair of overalls for me. They were big, they were baggy, they were very 90’s. Come to think of it, wasn’t everything big, baggy, and large in the 90’s? Hammer pants? Shoulder padded blazers? Yes, I rocked the 90’s sized overalls. Heck yes I did. And I rocked them with abandon. Then, they faded away as most trends tend to do. So last year, as I watched overalls return to the style scene, I laughed. Hard. All I could think about were those storied overalls from my middle school years. And I just couldn’t take them seriously. I’m sure some of you are still thinking that now.
When it comes to dressing for work, which we all do and or have done at some point in our lives, it should be an experience that isn’t daunting, boring, or dull. But for most of us women out there, we narrowly miss the ‘fun’ target when it comes to maintaining excitement in our work wardrobes. We also might struggle with the ‘I have one wardrobe for work and one wardrobe for the weekend’ dilemma. And that way of thinking makes it real tough when it comes to making the most of what’s in our closet.