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Style Starts Now!

October 20, 2014

Style Starts Now! Workshop in Park Slope

This is not about vanity. This is about YOU.
It is about spending time on YOU and understanding how style can make your dreams come true.
  • How many times have you told yourself you'll feel better when _____ (fill in the blank)?
  • Why not start feeling better now?

--> Learn how to make style work for YOU

--> Learn how to to take a great selfie: of YOU!

--> Learn how to take care of YOU

Selfies. Self-Care. Style.

Have you heard of a better way to spend your Saturday?
Join me at the Style Starts Now Workshop!
Saturday, November 1st in Park Slope
Workshop is limited to 10 participants.
Special Launch Price: $250
When You Book by October 22
BOOK NOW



October 16, 2014

DailyOutfit's October Look

http://www.result.ly/dailyoutfit/interest/-pWgk1hqDk2lTrM57R0iEw

I have lost my father.  He's not actually lost -- don't worry -- but he's not talking to me.  And it's not that we've had a disagreement.

Everything is totally fine.  He's well, he's happy in his apartment attached to my sister and brother-in-law's house.  My sister tells me she's barely spoken to him either. 

The issue is the playoffs.

Really?

http://www.malala.org/#who-we-areMalala wins the Nobel Peace Prize at 17, my Dad won't talk to me because of -- what sport is it?  Baseball?  I don't even know.  I had to ask Google -- and even then it didn't make a lot of sense to me.  But, I'm pretty sure it's about the Orioles.  


Now, my Dad spent his life in public service.  He read 2-3 newspapers every day for his entire adult life.  He's a bright, engaging, and generous man.  I know he's incredibly proud of Malala and is inspired by the amazing work she's doing -- as am I!


And the truth is I love sports.  I rode horses, played soccer, field hockey, rowed and love my mornings at the gym.  But, I never really understood watching sports.

On occasion, sure.  World Cup or the Superbowl.

Obviously, super-cool people do it.  Check out JT and Jessica.  So cute.

But me?  I watch to know what other people are talking about and to enjoy their company.

So -- when Fanatics asked me to write a post about how to rock great style with baseball hats, I thought.  Yup, I definitely need do that.  Because the key to enjoying sports for me is looking at what other people in the stadium are wearing.


Yup -- that's right -- it all comes down to style (of course).

Strangely, I seem to find myself in lands where everyone wants to wear orange.  Orioles-land.  Neder-land.

Lucky for me that I am a mix between a Summer and a Spring and can get away with wearing orange.  Most people can't.

No joke.

After all, style's my thing.  I even caught myself thinking how gorgeous Malala's khimar was (had to look that one up; hope this blog post was accurate) and how it complemented her coloring beautifully.

I mean, look how gorgeous she is!

I am *such* a fan!!


{Swoon}

So, fans, here's how we rock it at the game:

MISSES: 


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PETITE: 


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PLUS: 


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Keep it casual, don't over-do.  I implore you.  Choose one place for the brand and coordinate with your colors.  Face-paint -- yes -- but let your outfit be about YOU.

Embrace your fandom -- and yes, let's do it with style!


WANT TO KICK-START YOUR STYLE?  Join me at my Style Starts Now! Workshop in Brooklyn on November 1!