My biggest style secret is that I scrub my favorite brands’ clearance sections looking for the best deals. It takes some work, but I think it’s pretty fun. Most of the clothes that I buy are 70% of retail (or more). Here is today’s best of sale round up– shop soon while it’s still available!
So you just treated yourself to some new lulu clothes and you’re ready to get your sweat on. I love treating myself to nice gear that will perform and last. But, I’ve learned that you have to be really particular with how you launder your lululemon to prolong the life of your investment.
Throwing lululemon clothes in your normal wash cycle can actually damage them or affect the performance of the fabrics! I’ve created a guide based on lululemon’s care instructions and my own experiences with their gear.
If you feel like you’re one of those people who will never be “stylish”, there is hope! A lot of times it’s not the clothes that you have, but the unique way that you wear them that makes your stylish look. Here are 6 tips to pulling together an outfit that will make you feel like a style pro.
- If you struggle with style, stick to the basics. Dark skinny jeans, button up blouses, simple cozy sweaters, and classic cut dresses won’t go out of style, and are the easiest way to look polished every day. Start with basics and add pops through statement shoes, jewelry, or a bold lip color.
Fall is just around the corner and now is the time to start pulling out those beloved sweaters and pretty coats. Or maybe time to start planning your fall wardrobe refresh! Here are some of my favorite fall looks that make the transition from summer dress to fall chic:
A few months ago, I saw someone post about using the monthly subscription service from Rent the Runway and was curious about it. I really love designer clothes and fun fashion, but lately I’ve found myself buying fashion pieces, wearing them once or twice, then selling on Poshmark.
The monthly subscription from Rent the Runway lets you pick out 4 items and you get to keep them for a month, then you send back and get to pick 4 more. The first month was $70, but it is $89 a month after. My thought was that for what I would normally spend on things that I wear a few times, I could rent for the same price, so I wanted to give it a try.
I’ve always been in love with clothing and fashion, but I’ve also always been really budget conscious. My parents taught me no matter how much money you make, you want to keep as much of it in your own pocket instead of giving it to someone else. Since I love shopping and deal hunting, I thought I would share with you some of my best secrets for getting an amazing wardrobe without breaking the bank.