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This changed the way I dressed!

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If you’ve been following my blog for a long time, you know that for years I said, “I’m not a fashionista!”

I felt so inept when it came to putting together cute outfits and I felt like anytime anyone complimented me on my outfit, I needed to apologize for someone or deflect the compliment by saying something like, “Oh this shirt?? I just pulled it out at the last minute and I don’t really like it.” Or, “Thanks, but I don’t really know this dress is my style.”

I said these things because I felt so insecure about my ability to put outfits together and I constantly second-guessed myself. When I realized how much I was doing this and how much I wished I could figure out how to put cute outfits together, I finally decided to do something about it.

  1. I started paying attention to what I liked. I began noticing outfits that other people wore that I liked and started a mental checklist of what my tastes were. I also poked around on Pinterest and Instagram and paid attention to simple and frugal outfits that other people posted that I liked.
  2. I gave myself permission to try new things. I let myself actually buy some new styles and colors — to try out and see what I thought.
  3. I learned about what outfit formulas were. I joined a program that taught me about outfit formulas and how to put together outfits — and then it gave you a few weeks of outfit formulas to follow and experiment with.
  4. I kept experimenting and paying attention. I surprised myself so much by loving the outfit formula program and being challenged to follow the formulas. I even got brave and posted pictures of my outfits for almost an entire month on social media and learned so much from seeing the photo of myself and hearing feedback from you all. It helped me to define what I like, it helped me to realize a lot of things I was doing wrong, and to figure out what was working and what wasn’t working.

Now, over a year since I did that outfit formula program, I dress very differently and I find so much joy in putting together outfits. And I know what works for me and what doesn’t. I never thought this would be possible, but it’s true!

Would YOU Like to Feel More Confident Putting Outfits Together?

If you struggle with putting outfits together, I’m so excited to let you know that the program that I went through has this amazing resource available called The Big Book of Outfit Formulas.

This book will give you the same hands-on help I got to figure out how to put together outfits AND you’ll get over 300 Mix and Match Outfit Ideas! You all, this downloadable resource is G-O-L-D!

This downloadable book includes details on how to figure out what you should have in your wardrobe, how to put outfits together, and it has photos of 300 different outfits for every single season + holiday and work wear outfits.

If you want to figure out how to look cute without a lot of effort, this book is for you! You’ll have almost a full year of different outfit ideas to choose from — and it will show you how to do this with minimal pieces for each season!

The Big Book of Outfit Formulas is usually $49, but you can get it for just $29.97 until tomorrow evening (Tuesday, November 6, 2018) as part of The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle Flash Sale.

Yes, Don’t Miss The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle Flash Sale!

Remember when I posted about The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle earlier this year? It was a collection of 129 different products worth over $3000 individually — but was bundled together for just $29.97 for a few days.

If you missed it when I posted before, I’m thrilled to let you know that it’s back again as a last-chance Flash Sale until midnight on Tuesday! You’ll get access to:

There are resources on getting more organized, time management, freezer cooking, budgeting, making money from home, parenting, chore charts for kids, printable planning sheets, fitness, weight loss, menu-planning, and much more!

(And if you already purchased it, what are you waiting for? Go log into your account and download The Big Book of Outfit Formulas + so many other fantastic resources!)

Look What Else You Get in The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle!

When you purchase The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle, not only do you getThe Big Book of Outfit Formulas mentioned above, but you also get access to the Full Year Wardrobe Plan for Moms. I don’t like the styles of these outfits as much, but it’s pretty amazing how they show you how to get 239 different looks from 62 different pieces.

Plus, you’ll get access to an online course called Outfit Mastery. I haven’t gone through it yet, so I can’t speak to it and I honestly didn’t think that the photos on the sales page were that appealing or my style. But if you need extra help, you’ll also get this course (which says it’s a step-by-step video e-course that will help you conquer your wardrobe, define your own style and never agonize over “what to wear” again) when you purchase The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle.

So what are you waiting for?

Through Tuesday at midnight only, you have one last chance to get The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle — including the three fashion resources list above — for just $29.97! In addition to fashion, this huge library of resources has something for pretty much everyone! It covers home management, decluttering, mothering, DIY-ing, your marriage, organizing, budgeting, making money from home, plus much more!

Remember, this offer ends Tuesday at midnight and this is your final opportunity to get the bundle.

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P.S. Remember, this offer ends Tuesday (November 6, 2018) at midnight! Get it while you can!

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  • Jen W. says:

    Love, love, love the blue denim hat in your first picture. Please share info…..

    • I love it so much, too! It was from a friend! I’ve been trying to find something similar in a different color and have yet to find one — if anyone knows the best place to find a similar hat, let us know!

  • Clarice says:

    I’ve been trying to reproduce your braided hairstyle in the photo of you without luck… Your braid looks so thick but it doesn’t look like you started with a large section of hair. Is it a modified french braid? Please share!

    • Yes — you only pull hair from one side into the Dutch Brand and braid it in and then you pull the hair to kind of “fluff” it once you’re finished braiding. Not sure if that makes sense?

  • Savannah says:

    Love that jean jacket. You know what brand it is? I’ve been looking for one but I don’t want a bulky and heavy one.

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