5-22-2023 THIS WEEK: 6 Amazing Trends to Try

May 22, 2023, 8:27 pm by MSP


Looking to freshen up your wardrobe? Who isn't right? I've got a few amazing accessories that can do wonders to update your current wardrobe.

Shop less-yet look more chic. While I’d never agree to swearing off shopping entirely, we could all do with asking ourselves how often we’d (really) wear something before buying it, or taking a little time to see the pieces we already own in a fresh new way. A cleverly chosen accessory is an excellent way to do this.

More style, less shopping. Who's with me? Let's do this. With these 6 unique new trends-your wardrobe will be instantly on-point.


Grab these 6 accessories to update your current wardrobe.

From hats, shoes, jewelry, to handbags...MSP has the best new trends for you!



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MSP's Weekly Style Mission


DO NOT WEAR BLACK. That's right. This week, as a MSP SYSter you are challenged to wear NOTHING in black (handbags and accessories are not included). This week do NOT grab one item from your closet that is BLACK--not even one!!!

Can you do this style challenge (with me) for a whole week? I double-dog dare you! 


This week FOCUS on wearing brighter colors...

It's like wearing "color vitamins". Lots of color makes you feel good!


Need color mixing suggestions to help you make "new" outfits? (This will help you stay away from anything black in your closet) Please read "The Must-have Basics for Your Wardrobe" posted in your Personal Profile (posted all 5 body types)  for more detailed outfit suggestion and lots of color mixing ideas.



·    Soft pink: browns, tan, mint green, olive green, gray, turquoise 

·    Fuchsia: gray, tan, yellows, lime green, mint green, browns 

·    Tomato red: baby blue, mint green, winter white, gray 

·    Cherry red: blues, gray, pale orange, pale yellow

·    Light brown: pale yellow, creamy white, blues, greens, purples, reds 

·    Dark brown: lemon yellow, robin’s egg blue, mint, soft purple, lime green 

·    Tan: soft pink, dark brown, blues, greens, purples 

·    Pale orange: gray, browns, forest green 

·    Dark orange: pale yellow, forest green, browns, cherry red 

·    Lemon yellow: cherry red, browns, blues, gray 

·    Pale yellow: fuchsia, gray, browns, tan, reds, blues, purples 

·    Golden/mustard yellow: gray, browns, blues, reds, black 

·    Lime green: tan, browns, pinks, dark orange, navy blue, gray 

·    Forrest green: oranges, light brown, tan 

·    Olive green: tan, browns, grays, creamy white, black 

·    Mint green: brown, gray, navy blue, reds, gray, tan 

·    Turquoise: fuchsia, cherry red, tan, browns, creamy white, dark purple 

·    Electric blue: golden yellow, tan, light brown, gray or silver 

·    Baby blue: reds, gray, browns, dark orange 

·    Navy blue: soft purple, tan, brown, gray, yellows, oranges, greens, reds,pale colors 

·    Purple: dark orange, dark purple, olive green 

·    Dark purple: tan, pale yellow, gray, turquoise, mint green, pale orange


This little saying will help you remember what colors go together when putting together outfits...


What SYSters Are Saying

Dear Missus Smarty Pants,

Here's another testimonial for you to share. :)

I've been taking your closet-editing and closet-purging to heart lately. We are on the brink of a big move and I really like the idea of getting rid of all our unworn and unwanted clothes so there are fewer boxes to pack and move! I've packed up tons of stuff for Goodwill over the past week (some of it impulse buys from Goodwill, oops) and I don't even miss the clothes that are now missing from my closet... because I wasn't wearing them anyways! It is a relief to have more free hangers and more space in my closet to see what I actually like and what truly looks good on me.

When I originally signed up for your service, I identified my body type as an B. After a lot of soul searching, picture taking, and even some sketching, I finally figured out that I was a better fit as a C. I was on the fence about keeping a few questionable pieces in my closet, but remembering my C shape helped me decide which ones to get rid of.  I would have never described myself as "curvy" before, but I love embracing my curves in my evolving style.

Thanks so much for helping me edit my closet comfortably and accept my body shape for what it is.  Melissa