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Just one look at Elle Macpherson at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade and it's clear that this winter it is possible to look fashionable and stay warm with a hat. Gone are winters where you can only bundle up in ski caps to ward off chill--this winter is about chic chapeaus that also keep you cozy when the weather is frightful.
Something terrible happened on Elm Street. No one was murdered or kidnapped--this is about Freddy Krueger and he has lost something. Something that defined his character. Unfortunately for Elm Street it was not his clawed gloves. Freddy lost his brown Fedora hat.
Gasp! Say it isn't so, but it's true. He needs a cool hat to complement his red and dark green-striped sweater signature look. The hat also helps round out his sinister character.
I tend to hold on to
clothes until they're falling apart – stains on the cuff, rips at the
seam, and faded. In that condition, I don't feel right donating them to a
charity shop. But I also don't feel right just tossing old clothes in
the trash and adding to our ever-growing landfills. So I end up with
bags of unwanted clothes taking up space in my closet.
I stumbled across the bags while I was spring cleaning. Instead of just
tossing them back in the closet and forgetting for another year, I
decided to do find a way to re-purpose the clothes. Turns out, old
clothes have plenty of new uses, and I've saved a bunch of money reusing
something to boot.
Shorts are having their day in the sun this Summer 2011 and I couldn't be more excited. For years shorts have been two styles: straight and long a la Bermudas, or short and very difficult to wear unless you have a perfect body. Not this season, where shorts are available in every length, fabric and silhouette imaginable. There is a style of shorts that is perfect for every woman this summer.
Spring is in the air: The days are longer, the birds are chirping, and we're switching from wool and tweed to cotton and linen. It's important to properly store your winter wardrobe so it maintains its quality and shape for when the cooler weather returns.
Whether you are a stay at home mom, work from home or work out the office, it's hard to juggle a little one and your personal style. It IS possible, however, and I believe a great way to reclaim yourself, gain confidence and ultimately have MORE time.
Creating a simple collection of wardrobe staples that will work for any occasion on your calendar will reduce stress each morning, giving you more time for your family--or a couple minutes for yourself. Buying quality pieces that fit and flatter will make the time in front of the mirror more enjoyable and the time figuring out what to wear shorter.
Here are some tips on how to create a stylish yet realistic wardrobe for a new mom: