Tye’s Statement Pieces To Bring in the New Years!

Happy Holidays!  I’m Tye and I was excited when Tracey asked if I could do a guest blog post for her.
Here are some festive items I’m suggesting to adorn yourself with to ring in the New Year:
                                                                                                                Vintage  Clip On Bow Tie

 

 

 

                                                                                                               

                                                                                                        Vintage Cream Ruffle Shirt

 

 

 

                                                                                                              

                                                                                                   Vintage Mod 60’s Party Dress

 

 

 

                                                                                Vintage 1950’s Pearl Beaded Collar

What will you be wearing to ring in the New Year?
Come over to say hi at The Art of Accessorizing where I blog about my ensembles and feature inspiring fashionistas like the fabulous Tracey!
You can check these items  out, at the art of accessorizing : Lagelledailydose.blogspot.com

5 Tips To Help You Edit Your Closet

5 Tips To Help You Edit Your Closet

Editing your closet is not about throwing things away,  but clarifying and making it easier to see what you have.   It helps to have some organization too!   This will eliminate the stress you feel when you often feel you have nothing to wear.  Not to mention, a closet edit will help you to save time and redefine yourself.

Here are 5 tips to help you edit your closet:

 

1.  Matching hangers

 

Uniform hangers keep your clothes at the same level,  making it easier to see what you have in your closet,  creates more space and it reduces visual clutter.   Try to use hangers with some sort of foam or grip . (stay away from wire hangers).

 

2.  Collapsible rolling rack

 

A collapsible rolling rack will provide a reusable workstation.  It’s great for temporarily hanging items as you edit.  Be sure to choose a strong sturdy rack.  It’s great to use as you visualize and decide whether you” love it”  or will ” leave it”.

 

 

3.  Full length mirror

 

This is truly an important and essential part of the editing process. This is the point you get the opportunity to try things on and see how well they fit from more that one angle and determine your body type.  Be sure to have good lighting near your mirror.  Make it more fun and invite a friend.  Hopefully a friend will give their honest opinion.

 

 

4. Create your  “love it”, “Leave it” and “Alterations” pile

 

Your “Love it” item should be placed on you new uniform (all the same) hangers and place back into the closet.  Your “Leave it” items are to be bagged up and place near the door ready to go.   Your “alterations” pile are for items that are flattering but need a little tweaking.  Be sure to ask yourself is it flattering or does it represent me?

5.  Stay focused

Write a statement clarifying your personal style.  Keep this statement visible so that you can refer to it for reinforcement.  Listen to music while you work it will help you move along quickly.  Invite a friend to help you make your editing decisions. Take a few minutes to break and refresh yourself, get a light snack and be sure to stay hydrated.  The key is cleaning as you go.  This will keep you from feeling overwhelmed and help you to appreciated the process as you are moving along.

 

**We wanna know how you edit your closet….be sure to leave a comment.

 

Tracey Evelyn is a Body Image and Fashion Consultant who helps women to learn to love their bodies and reinvent themselves through Wardrobe Styling, Makeup Artistry and Personal Shopping. Contact: Tracey@Traceyevelynbeautifulyou.com Twitter: @Traceyevelyninc Phone: 484-479-6730