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6 Tips To Make Clothing Last Longer

Clothing is not only essential from a practical point of view but also an important way to express ourselves and our personalities. Therefore, it’s worth …

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5 Ways To Increase Body Confidence

Body confidence is much easier to talk about than it is to possess, especially for some women. We are all surrounded by negative messages about …

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3 Ways To Be Fashionable And Comfortable At Home

Clothing and fashion should only ever serve to make you feel confident, to express yourself, and of course to help you stay warm. That doesn’t …

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4 Tips For Putting Together A Wardrobe Capsule

Do you constantly say…strongly, I might add, “I don’t have anything to wear!” The truth is, you may have hundreds of tops, pencil skirts, jackets and …

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4 Important Factors To Consider When Opening A Fashion Boutique

The fashion business is one that appeals to many women, especially if they have a keen eye for up and coming styles. Being able to predict what …

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What Do I Wear For My Body Type?

I’m certain that you have, at least once, tried on a dress that looks flawless in the store window, only to find that it is …

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6 Thrifty Fashion Ideas For A Style Update

If you love fashion and finding the perfect outfit, you likely look for ways to update your wardrobe for a good price. Yeah, I scour …

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Motorcycles VS The Bedroom

Protect yourself.

I’ve recently discovered the pleasure, and pain, of being a motorcycle passenger. With that came an education in the definition of ‘squid’ according to the book of Mark. No, not that book. I’m talking about the book of Mark Hardman, my life partner and fellow adventurist. According to him, a squid is a newbie who is also a poser. On the road a squid is the guy wearing flip-flops, hunched way down over his bike while driving 65 mph or the girl wearing a bikini. They think they look like a sexy pro, but really just look a bit silly, and risky, to the experienced rider.

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Bargains, Bartering, and Borrowing

Recently, I told you gals about my style changes that included a funky short, blonde hairdo and a return to my edgier side. I am finding that just the hair change alone is giving me a spark for life that I haven't felt for a long time. It's amazing to me how much different you can feel when you have the right appearance on the outside.

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Healthy Fashion

Although the terms "health" and "fashion" may not be commonly used together right now, I believe we will soon see a deluge of "organic/healthy" clothing and accessories that takes us to a new era of living healthy and looking great while doing it. Since I'd like to see every woman consider the "Be Well-Be Beautiful" concept as a lifestyle, I thought we could take a look at some of the products that are currently offered in the market.

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What Not to Wear When It’s Hot

The hot weather can be great for family outings and pool parties, but keep in mind that it can also require a different approach to dressing, beauty, and safety. The following tips will help you keep cool, healthy, and looking your best on days that rise above 80°.

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Fashion Dos and Don’ts for Summer

1. Don't forget that fit is more important than style. If you wear something because it's your favorite color or it's trendy, just remember to choose pieces that flatter your body type and really fit you well.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part III

We have discussed being prepared for the interview with a killer resume and your head full of information about the company and its philosophies. Getting an interview is half the battle, but now you must step things up even more for the actual face-to-face with the person or people who can change your future. You want to stand out from the crowd of applicants that likely want the position as much as you do.

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Fashion Dos and Don’ts

1. Don't wear flip-flops or mules when it's raining; the flipping motion of the shoes will splatter the backs of your legs with water and whatever else in which you step. I never did this again after ruining a good pair of white pants. 2. Don't sweat the little out-of-place hairs. Today's natural-looking trends not only permit but even encourage styles that are not perfect. It's okay to be a little un-done.

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Fashion Dos and Don’ts

1. Do own one timeless dress. 2. Don't think layering is just for winter; this fashion key is hip all year long. 3. Don't ever wear anything that could pass for country curtains or a bedspread. 4. Do find the impressive array of colorful, textured, and classy bags at Dillard's. Pictured at upper left, Antonio Melani "Louise" Shopper, $219.

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