6-14-21 THIS WEEK: Summer Hats

June 14, 2021, 9:42 am by MSP


Summer Hats

Hats off to a new week! In case you haven't already guessed, we are talking about hats this week.

Learn the right hat for your face and body shape. More importantly, know which hat styles to avoid.

Why wear a hat? Good question. However, what's even better are the reasons to wear a summer hat. Besides the obvious: to protect your skin from the sun's harsh rays; they are chic and stylish too! Wearing fussy accessories (scarves, necklaces) only add heat to an already hot day. Instead, pop on a chic hat and up-your-style instantly!



Similar: Nordstrom Twisted Weave Cloche



Not sure how to add a hat to your summer outfits? Get ready for lots of photos of summer outfits that include hats. P.S. Also take a look at this past blog. It lists 15 Tips to work with what's in your closet right now! ...One of them is to include hats.

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MSP's Weekly Style Mission

THIS WEEK: Discover your “signature style”

Q: What style of clothing best describes you?

Are you a classic woman, a conservative, funky, preppy, or perhaps a romantic? Maybe even you're a mixture of several dressing styles?
It is important that your clothing truly reflects who you are as a woman. If you purchase clothing that is trendy but not “you” they will only hang in your closet and become a waste of money.
Know your “signature style” and don’t venture too far from it. When you wear your “style” you always feel comfortable in what you are wearing. It will also saves you money by not being a victim to all the seasonal trends. 

Take this week and think about your style. 

Decide how YOU define your style--then rock it, SYSter!
Love, Leslie MSP

What SYSters are Saying

Help! My Feet are 2 different sizes...

Hi Leslie, 

What to do when each of one's feet is a different size? (about a half size difference)  (and also they are both a little wider than regular shoes.) It seems impossible to find pumps at all. I need a wide toe box for sure.
I am beginning to think that I will need to resort to having my shoes made at a shoe maker or buying 2 pairs of shoes in different sizes
(one size for each foot) each time I buy shoes.
Thanks for what you do! I am totally enjoying all the style advice you compile and send our way!! 
MSP HERE: Dear Lark,
Up to 60% of people have feet that are not the exact same size. Of these people, around 80% of them have a larger left foot! Interesting, huh?
The key is to buy to fit your larger foot if you are only off half a size. An heel insert can help compensate for the smaller foot. 
If however, you are a full size off, you will need to buy mis-matched shoes. You can "google" buying mis-matched shoes online. If you have an issue with shoe width, you may need to add an insert into one of the soles. 
I hope this helps. You may find that buying long lasting quality shoes is worth the investment since finding a good fitting pair is difficult. You may want to keep your shoe choices classic and instead highlight other areas on your body. This way you will still look current and up-to-date with trendy tops, accessories, etc.
Hope this helps! Love Leslie MSP
"MSP--please tell Lark, the lady with 2 different shoe sizes, that Nordstrom's lets you buy shoes that way. Mstevens"