Like most of the midwest right now, we are experience what we like to call "swinter." Swinter is when it's suppose to be spring or summer, and instead we're getting winter-like weather conditions. A lot of us struggle with how to dress during transitional weather such as this. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to dress as winter becomes spring.
A few years ago I felt as though I sat with a closet full of clothes...with nothing to wear, and had thoughts of endless laundry baskets to fold tormenting my mind. Don't even get me started on how daunting idea of moving is because of the heaps of clothes I'll have to haul around. Dealing with these things ended up taking up too much valuable time and energy, and I had to figure out a solution. I found it by creating a capsule wardrobe.
We all have questions about style, especially when it comes to discovering our own personal style. We worry about judgements, or that we can only wear clothing of a certain type, or that we have to deal with the mind-boggling idea that we have to keep up with ever-changing trends. The truth is, you can find style without the worry. Join me live to not only have your questions answered, but also to find simple solutions in finding what works for you and grow your style self confidence.
Like a lot of people we've talked to, spring has been on our minds lately. With more sunshine, warmer temps and the first chirp of spring birds in the air, I'm feeling the urge to change up my wardrobe, put away the heavy clothes, and bring out light and airy pieces that are perfect for layering this spring.
Recently I had the pleasure of styling a couple of Dak & Co tops at one of Fargo‘s quaint little boutiques Onyx and Pearl. What I love about Dak & Co is that they have made versatile shirts that can be worn a variety of ways. Usually you see a t-shirt and you automatically think to pair it with jeans or shorts. That seems to be the signature look here in the Midwest, however it doesn’t have to be. Now don’t get me wrong there is nothing wrong with this style, but if you want to give your t-shirt collection a jump start keep reading!!