1-23-23 THIS WEEK: Is This Outfit Right for Me?

January 23, 2023, 10:51 am by MSP


Is This Outfit Right for Me?

Not sure if your outfit looks good? 
No worries, this week you’ll learn how to get your look right...every time you dress. Simply go through the “checklist” given when something looks a little off; then you’ll know how to correct it.

Still can’t get your style to come together? Don't know why you still lack style? Don’t know if something looks off? There are several reasons. It could be that you are wearing the wrong length, or the proportion you are wearing draws your body off balance, or it could be you don’t have the right shoes-and a few other reasons why. However, with this week's style checklist you will be able to decipher what may be off.


Get your style to really come together!

With this week's tips you can't go wrong!



Looking put together and stylish is all about wearing clothes that proportionally fit...you!


This week's Personal Profiles will highlight proper fit. Stop guessing or wondering how clothes should fit you. See examples of correct fit this week. But first, start by letting go of those old clothes (still inside your closet) that don't look right on you. It's time to build a wardrobe that make you feel (and look) like a million bucks!


Love the woman you are today! 

With a Personal Profile learn about proper fit and look better than you have in years!


MSP's Weekly Style Mission

This week: “Mix things up”! 

There's nothing to buy–just use your creativity and mix up your clothes until you make a new outfit!

Set aside 15 minutes to mix-up your clothing & accessories. This "mixing and matching" helps create new ways to wear the same things.


For example: try on a jacket you always wear with the same pants, instead mix the jacket with your printed skirt—then, add a long strand necklace that never gets worn—voila! You've got a new outfit! 

(Try all new creations on in front of a full-length mirror to see if they work prior to running out the door). I recommend doing this exercise the night before when you set out your clothes for the next day.


With a little clever forethought... you’ll make "new" outfits from the clothes you already own. Set aside complete outfits all one hanger!


Love, Leslie MSP

What SYSters are Saying

Hi Leslie,

I just wanted to thank you for everything you've taught me.  I've been a subscriber for 6 months and have learned so much.  I just can't believe it.  Everything you said is true. Which by the way, it's very difficult to find a "product" that is worth its value such as yours.  I'm a type A and I was skeptical how much you could help me.  After all I was thin enough to wear pretty much anything I wanted, right?  Well, that's partly true.  I could wear anything but did I feel and look great?  No, I didn't and now I certainly do.

I got my hair cut per your suggestion for a square face and have even changed my hair color to reflect my “new” autumn coloring.  I particularly also love your suggestion of buying the things I love.  I recently came back from a vacation and gained a few pounds.  My first instinct was to grab something baggy but I thought no, MSP says put on something that will make me feel beautiful.

When I feel beautiful I take better care of my self.  I'm back to watching what I am eating and know I would have hated myself for gaining the weight I did (about 7 lbs) but you know I don't feel that way today.  I know that if I continue to take care of myself the extra weight will come off and I can still feel pretty until it does.  

Your system is so much more than looking good on the outside.  It’s about feeling good on the inside.  Something that is finally happening at this age and this weight.  Who would have thought?  You have been so helpful and I am so grateful for everything I have learned.  

Again, I want to express how rare I find a product that is really worth its value.  If anyone out there is debating on whether to use this service, please do it.  I have saved money, feel wonderful, and look beautiful.  I have more than enough clothes to wear and for once feel that I have and am enough. 

Leslie, you're the best.

Love, Joy