Throwback Thursday: Subtle Color, Accessorizing Summer Dresses, and Prints

Throwback Thursday

As we enter a new month, it’s time to take a look back at what I was blogging about this time last year.  Let’s start with these wonderfully instructive posts from the first week in May.

How to Add Small Touches of Color to Suited Looks

It can be tricky to wear a lot of color in work environments that require suits because these workplaces are typically very conservative.  However, how many times can a woman wear bland suited looks before she becomes bored to tears?  In this post I am going to show you an easy way to add some color to the suits you wear to work while still keeping it professional.  Read more>>>

Multiple Ways to Accessorize Summer Dresses

Dresses are so fun and easy in the summer.  Once it gets warm I don’t think my legs see a pair of pants until at least Labor Day.  In order to avoid boredom, I always try to buy dresses that I can wear multiple ways with accessory changes.  If you’re looking to get more from your summer dresses here are multiple ways to accessorize your favorite summer styles.  Read More>>>

How to Treat Two Color Prints Like Solids

Two color prints, especially ones that have white grounds, can be treated like solids which enables you to match a variety colors with them to create different looks.  By having this flexibility, you can get more with less and easily change up your outfits without a closet full of clothes while also avoiding looking too matchy-matchy.  In this post I am going to show you how you can treat some of your favorite two color prints like solid colors.  Read More>>>