Winter coat is off. Daylight savings is on. Spring is the best time to clean and reorganize your wardrobe. You have probably been delaying this major task for a while now. News flash! —it’s not going anywhere. So my advice to you is make a list and plan ahead. In that way, you won’t spend the whole day and night getting it done. It’s going to be pain-free I promise. xoxo K P.S. if you would like some advice on how to edit your wardrobe comment below or leave a message.
Do you ever find yourself stuck on ideas for outfits?– meaning, I don’t have any clothes but I actually have a lot. HELP! —that sort of stuck? I have this struggle everyday and one major tip I can give you is to invest in a good leather jacket. It’s versatile and can polish any outfit together. If you can’t afford a genuine leather jacket try to find a piece that has a similar look or you can go for a vegan leather.
As a stylist and with my deep passion for fashion, I pride myself in wearing the latest trends but have always avoided patterns. Maybe, because I am vertically challenged and wearing patterns wouldn’t really help in creating the illusion of height or I just really prefer a clean minimalist look. But I must admit this pattern really got my attention. First of all, I have worn gingham as part of my uniform during my entire university days. Secondly, it’s almost always in black and white (which is a huge factor for me). Lastly, it creates an effortless but sophisticated statement. Ditch your stripes and florals— gingham is making a huge come back this season.