1-13-20 THIS WEEK: 8 Ways to Refine Your Style

January 13, 2020, 3:00 pm by MSP


There's nothing better than feeling confident and good in your own skin. When everything in your life churns along like a well-oiled machine; it feels good. However, too often women lack confidence when it comes to what they wear. This makes me sad because it doesn't have to be so. But, no worries. This week I'm sharing my fail-proof 8-step plan to help every woman improve her dressing confidence. 

In Thursday's Personal Profiles...8 step-by-step ways to interpret the seasonal trends age-appropriately, of course. No more guessing if you have a trend right, or not. No more guessing if a style is too young for you, or not. Learn 8 fab ways to "refine" your style. 


What woman doesn't want to look and feel age-amazing?


STYLE TIP: Mix dressy with casual pieces for chic looks.

Psst...This casual jacket gently defines every woman's waist!

Talbots Safari Jacket-Twill-2 colors (petite, misses, plus)


Refining your style takes a leap of faith. Sometimes you'll be putting yourself out there when you start trying new styles. However, the best part is, you'll be learning how to dress stylishly with confidence. Relax, MSP has your back. You CAN do this!

Get off the side lines! Jump right in...and refine your style! This week, grow your style skills with 8 incredible ideas you've never seen before! Learn how to become your own personal stylist.

Rev-up your style creativity with this week's "8 Ways to Refine Your Style"!

Love, Leslie MSP


Rediscover your style with a MSP weekly Personal Profile


MSP's Weekly Style Mission

This week's Style Mission: take care of what you already own. NO shopping allowed!

Think about how many clothes you've relegated to the back of the closet (or hidden up on a closet shelf). Why are so many of your clothes not being worn? Are they missing a needed button, or the hem has come undone, or the zipper needs replacing? Wouldn't you LOVE to put these clothes back into rotation?

Guess what? It's anti-procrastination week at MSP! This week, I challenge you to gather up all the clothes that need mending/altering...and get 'em fixed this week! 


For a minimial cost, you'll get these clothes (previously just stuffed into your closet) back into rotation. It will feel like you've got 'new' clothes, LOL!

Love, Leslie MSP


What SYSters are Saying

Dear Leslie, 

I just wanted to say THANK YOU!! Your advice and help have been wonderful. I cleaned out my closet this week and got rid of 100 things!!! I had clothes that didn't fit right and things I was just hanging on too. Now I know what type of clothing looks best on me, I know what basics I need to buy, and I am very picky about my purchases. I stopped by a new thrift store to check it out today and laughed when I saw some of my donated clothing in there. Thanks again for all of your help, I feel like a NEW WOMAN! Fondly, Jollene



I am slow to change and accept my body type for what it is. I don't have a weight issue and look slim to everyone else, so why I couldn't accept being a Cute Curves body type. After soliciting the help of a wonderful female salesperson - giving her my needs of jeans and my color preferences - she quickly offered to pull some items together for me to try on. Your article on jeans and fit were so helpful to me. I bought the NYDJ and it fit the best of any I have tried on, teaching me that Missus Smarty Pants recommendations are about shape - not about how much I weigh. I got to take a look at how I have been judging myself and comparing myself to so many women I know. 

Following your recommendations for my type in addition to those for tall women - helped me finally gain more comfort and confidence and I learned to ask for help from a very sweet sales person who saved me so much time. I appreciate what I am learning and hope to learn to shop for a few items at a time, learn about which stores carry brands that work for me and cultivate relationships with helpful staff. 



MSP HERE: Dear Jane,

By accepting our bodies, that's when our style really comes together. Sounds like you just had an "AHA" moment.  

The "Cute Curves" shape is named that for a reason, LOL! I'm glad you are now seeing the light...you are beautiful just the way you are! Enjoy your new sassy jeans. I'll bet you look fabulous <smile>

Love, Leslie MSP


P.S. By the way the jeans article Janis is referring to can be requested at anytime (if you are a MSP SYSter).


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