Lifestyle Printables are the latest self management, organization tool. I like to use them not only for my home but also in terms of selecting cosmetics, bill paying, blogging, and meal planning.
Printables are the perfect solution for simple living. Here’s how it works: select the list that’s specific to your life goals, print the list or add fun graphics, and check off items as we move through our tasks.
Some people like to use daily lists (such as the one below) and others prefer to create a lifestyle binder. No matter what’s your preference this is a great way to feel more in control of your life.
In addition, sharing is caring and we appreciate all of the bloggers that provided printables for us via Pinterest.com Check back with StyleLifeFashion.com for our list of newly designed printables.
With the help of live models, Style + Life + Fashion was excited to interview 6pm.com style guru Jay Alexander as he shared his cheat sheet for closet essentials, styling secrets to help you re-imagine your wardrobe, and discussed how to get the most out of your online shopping experience!
Deep discounts, free shipping, easy return policies….there are many late-year shopping benefits. This is also the perfect time to restock your closet with classic essentials and on-trend items that will make your current wardrobe pop.
Take a look at the video (below) and grab a few ideas to revamp your winter wardrobe! From coats to accessories, Jay shares all of the best fashion tips.
Washington, DC (Monday, July 7, 2014) – On the heels of their successful event in 2013, the ladies of Instant Vintage 78 bring to you the “Guys & Dolls Vintage Clothing and Accessory Pop-Up Shop” event to the Nation’s Capital. This one-of-a-kind pop-up shop will be held at Penn Social, which is located in the Chinatown area of Washington, DC on July 19th from 12-4 PM.
This event will feature top vintage and retro dealers and boutiques from MD, DC, VA and Philadelphia. The vendors that will be featured are: B4 Kizzy Evae, BeSpoke Not Broke, Bourgeois & Rebellious, Brown & Williams Clothiers, Catch 22 Boutique, Craft Culture Co., Haute Crave Boutique, Instant Vintage 78, Mahogany Bleu, Pixie Kitsune, Rag Dollz Collective, Sophisticated Phunk Vintage + more to be added. The items that will be on site are one-of-a-kind articles of clothing (for men & women), jewelry, shoes, housewares, luggage, accessories and more. There will also be a stylist on site who will offer ideas to patrons on how to incorporate a statement piece to your everyday wardrobe and how to pull together various looks for different times of day.
Not only will this pop-up shop be about fashion, but it will also scream fun! Your Saturday afternoon will be filled with old school jams that will be spun by DJ Amen Ra as you enjoy signature cocktails and drink specials. In addition, there will be swag bags given to the first 75 guests, a “Best Dressed in Vintage” contest (winner will receive a prize), Soul Train line, throwback photos, games and more!
The “Guys & Dolls” pop-up shop is sponsored by Facon Magazine and Shop Love DC. Penn Social is located at 801 E St. NW, Washington, DC. To join the conversation or to see who will be attending the “Guys & Dolls” pop-up shop, please use the official event hashtag #VintageGuysAndDolls on all Social Media platforms.
Let’s be honest, everyone likes to shop at Ross Dress for Less. Fashionistas can find designer labels for a discounted price and it really doesn’t get any better than that!
To jumpstart their new campaign, the brand asked shoppers to like their Facebook Page and participate in a Summer Style Quiz. The quiz was a fun addition to their campaign and I discovered that my personal summer style is the Social Butterfly. Being a Social Butterfly means I enjoy wearing maxi dresses, embellished sandals, oversized sunglasses, and large tote bags.
I had the opportunity to visit my local Ross and purchase a few pieces for my wardrobe. I was happy to see all of the Summer hues and trends for shoppers to select.
As you can see from the previous photos there’s a wonderful selection of merchandise. If you’re a classic fashionista, one can find a corporate pantsuit and if you’re a trendsetter, one can choose from the leggings department. To make sure you’re selecting the appropriate size don’t forget to visit the fitting room to try on items.
Visit your local Ross Dress for Less to enhance your wardrobe and find your summer style!
Fashion Awards MD is considered to be one of the premiere fashion events in the Baltimore area. This year’s theme was “Traveling Circus” and sponsors for the event included: Harbor East, Linell Ellis, Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey, Christopher Schafer Clothing, About Faces Day Spa and Salon, Lana Rae, South Moon Under, Open Fly Magazine, Hide N Seek Entertainment, Maryland Renaissance Festival, Baltimore Fashion Alliance, The Fly Wire, Yelp, and DeBois Textiles.
Style + Life + Fashion had the opportunity to attend the event being nominated for the Fashion Media Category. I was surprised to be placed on the ballot (for a second consecutive year) because I only had plans to attend as a media source. Once I received the email confirmation I was very excited to be amongst such a talented list of bloggers.
Jaslene Gonzalez from America’s Top Model served as the host for this year’s event. She was seen wearing a beautiful red asymmetrical gown, created by local fashion designer B. Descaiwith an additional black, sequin, and green dress selected by fashion stylist Thea Washington. Jaslene looked stunning and did a wonderful job of engaging the audience.
What I love the most about attending any fashion event is the creativity and talent that’s circulating in the room. From face masks to custom design apparel, everyone came out to be seen and noticed. The evening continued with a variety of performances between the nominee categories and recognition was given to those with a flair for beauty, fashion, and the arts. In the honorary words of the Fashion Awards MD, we should strive to “Inspire and Be Inspired.”
Tis’ the season for Holiday shopping. It’s that time of the year and this is the perfect opportunity to post a gift giving guide for fashionistas.
Hopefully, we can redeem ourselves from that set of candles we gifted our co-workers last year. Below, I have provided a few chic gift giving ideas that won’t have you feeling “naughty instead of nice!”