You Don't Need Permission To . . . plan your outfits in advance.
As you read this, I am jetsetting to New York for another fabulous and crazy Fashion Week. Thanks, gals, for your outfit inspiration — it totally helped. Luckily, the weather isn't looking too frightful in NYC for the next week, so I won't have to sacrifice style to keep warm.
My color scheme is red, black, white, and floral and animal prints. I am bringing loads of funky jewelry and I didn't realize how many pairs of patent leather shoes I actually had until it came down to it (I'm bringing four pairs). I can't resist an excuse to wear my most lavish outerwear, so I'm bringing a long, black, sharp-shouldered Emporio Armani coat from my days of living in NYC, an adorable red Miu Miu coat from my dolce vita in Italy, and my good ol' camel fur collar vintage coat. As for the rest? Separates! I've ditched most of my dresses for fun top and skirt combos — mixing it up! And here it is: 10 days of my most Fab outfits. See you in NYC!
Don't forget you can always download my outfit planner for your fashion weeks, vacations or whenever you want to be your most organized and stylish. xo
Or more practically speaking, for families to avoid early morning outfit wars by planning their children's clothing choices ahead of time. Since this Monday through Friday chart has space for everything from tops to bottoms and outerwear to accessories, there'll be nothing to argue about.
So get organized and let your child strut their small stuff.
You all know I would never leave you high and dry — especially around the holiday season. If you think I got excited about Halloween, you ain't seen nothing yet! The whirlwind has begun and I'm already starting to make a list and check it twice; I know you are in the same boat. Starting next week, the Fab Gift Guide will be in full force. But it won't just be me getting all organized and Martha Stewart-like, there will be gift guides across the entire Sugar network. We've got you and your gift shopping covered!
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