Holiday Outfits Part 3 of 3: Friends & Family


It is not always easy to get motivated to work your style, especially when amongst close friends and family.  These are the people who know you better than yourself so why bother? When you are feeling especially unmotivated, remember that when you look great, you will feel great.

Without further ado, here is the final installment of holiday outfits 2010.

Character vs. Style

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You could play into the expected role this year – the mid-life-crisis Mom, the Cougar, the Scrapbooking Grandma, the Tomboy or the Mama’s Boy.  Or you can reinvent yourself as someone who looks put together.

Smart Casual Outfits for the Holidays

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Try these ideas for a fresh take on dressing up a casual outfit for the holidays, including Plus, Petite & Men.

You can be comfortable and stylish at the same time.  Dark jeans will convey a dressier style and don’t be shy with the accessories!

{ Fabuliss helps women and men learn how to create and shop for outfits that align with their personal brand.  Personal Shopping.  Closet Reviews.  Color and Fit & Style Analysis.  Style Parties.  Remote Styling.  Fabuliss.com or 612-554-4629 }

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