Bra Basics: Are You Wearing the Right Bra? (Part 2 of 2)


It’s October. There’s a definite nip in the air. To nip that autumn nip-in-the-air in the bud, it’s time to pull out seasonal sweaters and warm winter woolens to keep you cozy. Looking your best in sweaters and snug woven tops calls for the right undergarments, specifically the right bra–a derivation of the French brassiere. […]

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Presidential Candidates’ Color Choices Intentional


Wardrobe Colors Convey Subtle Messages What irony! In the first Presidential Debate this week, Democrat Hillary Clinton wore red, the color symbolizing the Republican Party. And Republican Donald Trump trumped blue, the color representing the Democratic Party. Beyond the very irony of the candidates’ color choices, as a certified color and image consultant I watched […]

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Bra Basics: The History, Care and Feeding (Part 1 of 2)


A Blast into the Past Bra History No woman likes wearing a bra. It’s usually the first thing we take off when arriving home after a day away. Its straps can dig. Its band can squeeze. It’s wires can bind. A bra is confining. Uncomfortable. But the bras today are not as uncomfortable as they […]

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When White is Right


It’s summertime, and the livin’ is easy. And your wardrobe should be too. During the other three seasons of the year, you may stick to basic color staples of black, brown, gray or midnight blue. These can be the color staples that form the foundation of your wardrobe. But summertime welcomes the lighter side of […]

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Shaping Up Your Wardrobe – Part 4 of 4


Hourglass Body Type You’re The Top To stay tops in the fashion department, choose shirts and blouses that enhance your waist and bust line and help lengthen your torso. Perfect are V-neck or scooped neck silhouettes, halter tops that show off your shapely shoulders, wraparound versions that accentuate your waist and those tops whose hemline […]

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