Make Fashion Fit Your Lifestyle

Personal style is what I like to call everyday fashion. It’s what happens when you make fashion fit your lifestyle instead of the other way around. If you’ve stumbled onto this site, then chances are you already know the importance of appearance. The right outfit can express your mood, land a new job, or snag your next date. And let’s not forget the confidence boost you get from looking your best. So, when you feel the urge to slip on some sweats and head to the grocery store, think twice!

Fashion doesn’t have to be complicated and it doesn’t have to run your life. You can look great everyday with just a little extra effort. To make fashion fit your lifestyle, build your wardrobe around three major considerations: time, budget, and activity. Time

One of the biggest excuses people use for neglecting their looks is “I just don’t have the time.” And while you may be busy, that’s not reason enough to give up on yourself. Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom, a college student, or a worker bee climbing the corporate ladder, make personal care a priority. Then use your time efficiently. Plan ahead. You can still dress well with little time. Budget

If you’re lucky enough to have unlimited resources, great for you! For the rest of us, money is a key factor in our fashion choices. It often determines where we shop and how often we do it. Designer clothes are lovely, but they are not required to have great personal style. There are lots of options out there for plus size women. You just have learn how look good for less. Make budget shopping work for you. Activity

Here’s where the everyday meets fashion. Activity is a major part of your lifestyle. What you do affects what you wear. So, the bulk of your wardrobe should cater to the things you do the most. Your closet shouldn’t be overflowing with ball gowns if you rarely attend such functions. Every woman deserves a few splurge items, things that she loves, but aren’t necessarily practical. Just make sure to fill your closet with clothes that are functional too.

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