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You’re standing in your closet staring aimlessly and not liking anything you see. Those famous words come out of your mouth, “I’ve got nothing to wear!” Clearly, the closet is full of things that you’ve been hanging on to for years, possibly due to separation anxiety? Some you may have never worn, or maybe you have just worn once, and wondered what you were thinking when you bought them. Come on girls, we are all guilty of having clothes with the tags still attached and that are strategically placed so your better half doesn’t notice. With each new season, we like to reorganize and clean out the seldom worn articles of clothing. To makeover your closet, start by adding staple items like dress pants, a classic white shirt, the LBD (little black dress), and of course a nice fitting pair of jeans. In addition to these items, here are a few key essentials to kick off your spring wardrobe. Mix and match with the new trends for spring 2014 that we are seeing. Some examples are bold hues, floral prints, metallics, nudes, and pastels.
1. Zara Palm Tree Print Sarong Trousers $59.00
2. Zara Leather Ankle Strap Sandals $79.90
3. J.Crew Collection Japanese Indigo Denim Jacket $150.00
4. Banana Republic Gemma Striped Wrap Dress $79.99
5. J.Crew Puff-Sleeve Blazer in Stretchy Cotton in Regular, Tall or Petite $178.00
6. TopShop Black Scuba Flippy Skirt in Regular or Petite $50.00
After 15+ years of having acrylic on my nails, the result has left me with thin, weak, and peeling nails. Going “au natural” has been a long process to getting my nails healthy again. These products, which strengthen and protect the nails, help spur restoring them. The pure nails pro – dailywellnesspro.com product can help with toenail fungus. Without the acrylic, I now have the freedom to change out my polish as often as I want. The money I am saving from bi-weekly fills is going to a better use…my makeup obsession!
Nail Products from top left
Zoya Remove +
Nail Tek Intensive Therapy
Nail Envy Soft & Thin Strengthener
Butter London Nail Lacquer in Trout Pout
Seche Clear Crystal Clear Base Coat
Sally Hansen Salon Manicure cuticle Eraser + Balm
Essie Apricot Cuticle Oil
Burt’s Bees Lemon Butter Cuticle Cream