Ok, I know just a few days ago I said that I was going to stop shopping magazines for style and go with what feels right, but this is sort of different. In the first place, the website I’m going to tell you about is awesome, and in the second, I’ve decided that I shouldn’t be too hard on myself. After all, I am neither an expert in fashion nor cooking, and just as I consult others for recipes, I’m going to defer to people who have a knack for styling, to gather ideas that I like for myself.
I finally got invited to join Pinterest, which as soon as I master, I’ll put a button somewhere on this page so you can follow me (following others), but in the meantime, I stumbled across this site and had to write a quick post, as much for my sister and myself, as well as for anyone who feels challenged when it comes to accessorizing.
If you’re like me, then you’ll agree that it’s not always the outfit that presents the problem as much as it is the accompaniments, which, let’s face it, can take any ordinary outfit and raise it to extraordinary.
There are three things I love about this site. First, the outfits feel like me and fit into my lifestyle. My workplace is my home, my world, pretty casual, but I still like to look nice and put together when I am out and about.
Second, I love all the scarves. I am not afraid to admit that I am scarf challenged. Scarves have been in style for a while now, and I have yet to wear one. I like the idea and the look, but every time I try one on, I feel too fluffy. Perhaps with the help of this site (my new personal stylist) I’ll figure out how to make one work.
And the third thing I love about this site, and what I believe to be its best feature and something my sister and I have been wishing for for a while, not only do they tell you where the pieces come from, but they tell you the price, too. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Enjoy, and happy weekend.