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Garden Fashionably (or something like that)

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Digging in the dirt is not what this short fashion chat is about.

Sorry to mislead you!

Weeding through things are — that’s another issue and the point. I want you get function with your fashion. Picking the right items and weeding through unneeded items are must DOs on the list of keeping your garden groomed and fashion forward. Fresh and ready for anything.

Weeding through things are — that’s another issue and the point. I want you get function with your fashion.

 Here’s a quick overview to prune your fashion garden:

Dandylions:

  • Cute at first glance, not quite part of the bouquet you want to present.
  • Inexpensive and it shows.
  • It’s an item you bought…not much in value, “just something” new.

Rid yourself of those little weeds that drag your polished look down. Save your money for the flawless pieces (a bit more money) that last and are easy to work with everything in your closet.

Example – Uses for one well-chosen jacket:

  • Perfect Jacket to wear with jeans = dress up date night.
  • Jacket or dress to make the work place look complete.
  • Jacket with fabulous expressive skirt to take from cocktail to Semi Formal.

Good Soil:

Keep your basics in your wardrobe in good condition. Update your silhouette seasonally and invest in great fabrications.

The Perfect Arrangement:

You will not find weeds in the perfect arrangement of a wardrobe.  No expensive flower to bring down the quality of your overall look.

Your closet should be the perfect garden to pick from and make presentation a breeze on a daily basis.

Your closet should be the perfect garden to pick from and make presentation a breeze on a daily basis.

Embrace gardening and still stay clean and consise. Enjoy your flowers and grow.

Fashionably Yours,

Sonja

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