How To Dress For Christmas

How To Dress For Christmas

Decorations are up, movie choices are made and Christmas music is playing. I’m guessing that you all probably already have decided what you’re going to wear this Christmas and New Year’s Eve. You have your dress or favorite pants out, ready to iron. If you haven’t prepared it yet, I hope I’ll give you some idea.

Instead of leaving the outfit for the last minute, let’s see what you need to consider before the final look. This way you won’t say: “I don’t have anything to wear” an hour or two before the celebration :).

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How To Build Up Your Self-Confidence

How To Build Up Your Self-Confidence

We all need some self-confidence at some point and if I ask you, if you are confident, a few of you would answer “yes” to this question. The good news, for the rest of you, is that it is a skill that anyone can learn.

Here’s my advice how you teach yourself to be more confident (always keep in mind: do not give up)! 🙂 :

My RE/DONE jeans & t-shirt

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Backless Bra – Why I Love It So Much

Summer or not summer, I just love wearing off the shoulder dresses and tops. Of course, summer is the best season to wear them, but for me, wearing an off shoulder dress in winter is not a problem under my warm winter jacket, so why not all year long? 🙂

After many years, I’ve found the perfect backless bra that works great for me! 🙂


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Why I’ve Decided to Support a 4-year-old’s Creativity

I’ve been around kids since I was a little girl. I’m the youngest in my family, so that being said, I’ve become an aunt when I was only six years old. You may not know this, but I was also working with kids for eight years. I used to be a teacher and I really enjoyed my work.  The main thing I love about kids is their pure happiness which comes from small things and creativity with no barriers.

My T-shirt

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