3-29-21 THIS WEEK: From Ordinary to Extraordinary

March 29, 2021, 3:25 pm by MSP

 

From Ordinary to Extraordinary

 

Your style should always be evolving--never staying the same. Don’t just settle on one style (for years) and then think that’s how you should always dress. Let your style evolve, change, and move forward. Dress for today. The body you have today, as well as the current styles and trends, are not the same as they were in years past.

 

Assess what’s in your closet. Decide what needs to go. By decluttering your closet (at least 2 x’s a time year: every fall and spring) your style will move forward because you’ve removed the clutter that’s holding you back.

 

Move forward by letting go. Let go of clothes that are aging you! Update your style as a form of self-love. It’s time to stop being ordinary and let yourself evolve into something truly extraordinary! Try a couple of new styles this season and explore new ways of dressing (no matter your size, age or shape). YOU DESERVE TO LOOK AND FEEL BEAUTIFUL...find out how this week!!!

 

 

Let go to move forward. Let go of the past, and embrace learning new style "skills"...This week: move from ordinary to extraordinary!

 

 

Gain new style knowledge!

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MSP's Weekly Style Mission

Q: When was the last time you wore a skirt?!?

This week's Style Mission (should you choose to accept it) is: Wear an A-line skirt this week.

This wardrobe basic is one of the best 'figure fixers' a woman could own! 

Whether your hips are slim or full and something curvy in-between...an A-line skirt makes your figure look close to "perfect"!

Hopefully you have at least one A-line skirt in your closet. If so, wear it this week. It will quickly remind you how wonderful and 'balanced' your shape truly is! If you don't own an A-line skirt yet, put it at the top of your must-have list! 

A-line skirts are best in a solid color and in a year-round fabric. This way, you can wear this versatile skirt to work with pumps or for the weekend with playful flats! 

Love, Leslie MSP

 

Looking for a fabulous A-line skirt that travels well and goes with EVERYTHING? 

Check out this one!

 

Talbots Stretch Denim Button Down Skirt (petite, misses, plus)


Dear Leslie (MSP)...

Dear Leslie,

I was a tad skeptical about getting a subscription to your personal fashion advice. But I thought for $15 that I would spend on something else, why not?

So, for my first three months investment in your program, I have not only saved the $300 in clothes, but I feel good, great in fact, about how I look. Because I'm dressing for me right now, not being depressed about the way I used to look or will "someday" look.
 
So thank you for not only the "fashion" advice, but the inspiration of dressing for my body right now, not putting it off until "someday when I get thin again" thinking. I'm feeling healthier and the circle continues. The better I feel about myself, the more motivated I am to loose more weight, but in the mean time, I'm dressing for me, right now, the size I am.

 

Love, Kathy
 

 
Dear MSP,
     
I love your website and getting my personal profile each week.  I am learning so much!  I was never much into fashion or the latest styles when I was growing up.  My mom is my best friend and taught me many great things, but the proper styles and ways to dress and how to pamper myself was something she didn't get around to teaching me. Now at 30, I want to set a good example for my own daughter.  Your advice is teaching me all of the things I want to learn to be able to teach her.  Thank you so much!
 
Corrie in OH
 
MSP HERE: Dear Corrie,

Thank you so much for writing to me! I love hearing that my SYSters are feeling good about their style!

Our daughters learn so much from us. Since you are making an effort to dress your best, your daughter will value how she looks too. Girls with better self-esteem often put more time into their appearance and it reflects in their attitude as well.

Shopping together and talking about what looks good and why not only helps explain how to dress and your personal/moral values, but it also gives you time together to bond.

Again, thank you for your kind note. I am happy to hear you are passing on what you have learned to your daughter.

Love Leslie MSP

 

 

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