What is Your Color?

We all have our own color that makes our eyes pop out, freshens the color of our skin and makes our hair puff just a little bit higher. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again, being a redhead with pale skin, my colors are a tad different. As much as I try, it doesn’t always look best when I rock any hue. The colors that compliment me the best are drastically different- really bold, or really neutral. The lighter colors: coral, tan, emerald, white, etc.
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Or the bolder, darker colors: black, forest green, purple, etc.

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Playing with different colors and analyzing what it does to your bodies tones helps you find your true colors. I suggest bringing a friend, or two, with you the next time you go shopping. Try on colors you would normally never wear, and see how they react. Are your friends expressions different? Is your expression different? Do they notice your haircut now (even though you got it cut three weeks ago..)?

Never be afraid to wear colors, especially when that coral dress looks much better on you than that little black one. Image

 

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Fab Friday!

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In order to keep up with my 2013 resolution (yes, I am too ahead of schedule) I am going to start something new for my blog..FAB FRIDAYS! Everything fabulous that occurred throughout the week will be shared, posted and exploited … Continue reading

Office Party Etiquette

With every holiday season comes holiday parties. I don’t know if I would call them the best, but the most entertaining holiday party is your office holiday party.
ImageDo dress nice. It is a company party, not your best friend’s party.
Pair corporate with festive to meet your attire needs. Don’t be afraid to indulge in festive holiday colors, either. It’s the time of year to let your pearly-whites, golds and reds shine!Image

Don’t dress like Santa’s whore. You won’t impress anybody dressing inappropriate to your corporate holiday party (or get a bigger bonus).

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Do have a drink and enjoy yourself. You are allowed to have a couple of social drinks to enjoy with your coworkers and staff. Loosen up a little and share some good holiday stories, just not too juicy you never hear the end of it on Monday.
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Don’t wake up under your boss’s Christmas tree. You will hear about it on Monday..and possibly Tuesday!

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