Friday, July 14, 2017


Did you ever think about your clothes as mood boosters? 
Each piece of clothing in your closet, is attached to a specific mood, memory or feeling.

Happy clothes can be found containing these 5 common factors:

1. Positive memories: Clothing that sparks a particular memory that makes you smile or uplifts you.

2. Comfort: Happy clothes are always comfortable and non-restricting. No harsh, itchy, heavy fabrics. Good moods thrive on feeling comfortable and free, at all times.

3. Yellow: It is often said that the color yellow is a mood booster resembling the sun.  (I also  believe wearing favorite colors can spark happiness just as effectively. )

4. FUN AND QUIRKY: Style with a little bit of humor. It  is always nice to not take yourself too seriously, unwind, relax and enjoy life. 

5. Feeling Pretty: Whether it be a particular cute top, pants or a dress, happy clothes are flattering and make you feel confident and radiant. 

Enjoy and Happy Day!


Thursday, July 13, 2017


What in the world is fashion pigeonholing?

Pigeonholing is any process that attempts to classify disparate entities into a small number of categories (usually, mutually exclusive ones).

Fashion Pigeonholing is when you classify yourself into a particular style group. 

A lot of how we dress, is a direct representation of who we think we are, and how we see ourselves. Factors like, social circles, work, school, hobbies, etc., can find us stuck on a limited variation of self awareness and style. 
This is your comfort zone, and it feels safe. You know it well, and chances are you've dressed that way for years. You shop at the same stores, gravitate to the same colors, and basically, buy the same outfit in slightly different shades and lengths. 

The problem is, life is an ever evolving force. You are evolving and your style should be as well. Staying fresh means trying something new. This does not mean you should make a 180 degree fashion flip and abandon everything you know. Fashion is a collection of ideas, and keeping the essence of your style aesthetic will stay relatively unharmed. The challenge lies only in your own mental stereotypes of who you think you were, are, and will be. 

"Oh no.. that's not YOU!" -(My mom) 

To this day, every time I go shopping I can still hear my mother's infamous words, "Oh no.. that's not YOU!" . Funny enough, those exact words are still preventing myself from stepping out of my little pigeon hole. 
Don't be afraid to grab a style completely different from anything you know. You may surprise yourself and actually like it.

Take care and lots of love.