Don't Make This Styling Mistake.
I almost had an accident while shopping last week.
We're supposed to look both ways when crossing a street to avoid an accident.
We should look both ways, front and back, to see ourselves in the mirror when trying on clothes to avoid a fashion accident.
And now, I suggest we look three ways to avoid looking like we're expecting, which in my case would be an 'accident'.
While trying on a few things in the Bloomingdale's dressing room, I was excited to try on this white shirt. It looked like a winner on the hanger. I could tell it would cover my tummy, panty line, arms, and it was a no-iron fabric. BLISS!!
But then, I had to look three ways to see the styling accident coming my way.
I really loved this top from the front and rear views, but when I looked from the side, I had to wonder how far along I was.
Tip: Use a full-length mirror when checking your outfits from all 3 sides.
If you don't have one, please get one.
Consider it a true must-have for your wardrobe.
Note: Clearly I was quite dissatisfied with my side view, but when I actually was pregnant, and younger, I loved that angle of myself.
“When I hired Scarlett, I finally committed to investing in myself, as I just wanted to stop feeling stuck or blah about what I was wearing.
I was simply tired of feeling like I didn’t have the “right” things to wear.
Scarlett helped me get rid of the clothes that were not serving me well and created a closet full of outfits I could wear.
It was also really helpful to learn the key pieces that were missing from my wardrobe and how to best use my accessories.”
Nancy Sheed - Sheed Communications