Love what you do. Do what you love.

When I was a little girl, I loved to play dress-up. Specifically, I loved pretending that I was an Egyptian queen, dressed in fine silks, rings of gold on each finger with diamonds the size of marbles hanging from my neck. I know … what a sight to see, right? Fortunately, as I matured, so did my sense of style.

Today, I still love getting dressed up. As a personal style blogger, it sort of comes with the territory. But, what’s really cool about me now, versus me back then is that I’m not pretending to be something or someone else anymore.

Evolution is a beautiful thing!

And, it’s what I’m focused on in 2016. In fact, I am committed to relentlessly pursuing it! This year is all about taking chances and getting outside of my comfort zone. It’s about stepping up to the plate and taking a mighty swing.

Having said all that, I want to share my most recent project with you; my first-ever video Look Book!

Lately, I’ve received a lot of feedback from ladies looking for personal style solutions that are not only comfortable, but replicable! Honestly, how many fashion/style bloggers have you seen on a social media site whose style you LOVE, but can’t quite figure out how to incorporate the look into your own wardrobe? I’m also hearing from lots of ladies between the ages of 35 to 55 years old who want help creating ahhhmazing, yet age-appropriate styles.

These are just a few of the issues I plan to address in the videos. I hope you’ll take a look and share your thoughts with me. More importantly, I hope you’ll tell me what looks you’re interested in seeing. Maybe you have a gala to attend? Or, perhaps you’re wondering what to wear to your upcoming brunch with the girls? Well, tell me all about it. I’d love to help!

Meanwhile, here’s the video. I hope you like it!


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54 thoughts on “Love what you do. Do what you love.”

  1. It’s so awesome when we get to a point in our lives where we are comfortable being ourselves. So important to do what we love 🙂

  2. My husband & I are working hard to create this vision for our family. We both worked in corporate America and were not fans.(definitely didn’t love it) We are in the process of take a HUGE leap to run our own business doing what we LOVE!

  3. I love your evolution pursuit this year. Life is all about evolving and it is amazing that you embrace that. Great job on creating looks that can be replicated.

  4. Being true to what you like is the only way to have a personal style. And it is perfectly fine to thank a friend for a gift but say it is not your style and that you are going to exchange it. I know most of us were raised to say thank you and just never wear it, but who is that fair to? Its not fair to you to have something taking up space in your closet/drawer which you won’t wear and its not fair to your friend who spent good money on something for you to hide away. Everyone wins when you are just honest. Okay I am rambling – but I just found out that a friend didn’t wear a sweater I thought she would love. $80 – I would have preferred she exchange it for 40 pairs of cheap socks if that would have made her happy.

  5. I have a male friend who is a stylist and he talks a lot about the fact that young women have no sense of personal style. It is a lost art and they are growing up not only without sense of style but it seems to translate into personal respect. I love that you are focusing on this! I look forward to the videos!

  6. I have a heard time finding clothes for my age. I find either clothes for young ladies or old women. There is nothing in between.

  7. For me the biggest challenge is finding the look for an affordable price! I love what I see in magazines and websites, but it’s usually way too much.

    • No matter what shape you are, the perfect style exists. I’ll be tackling that topic in an upcoming post, so please be sure to come back.

  8. My personal style changes every year or so. It depends on the changes that I go through in life as well, if that makes sense.

  9. I love your style evolution and this Look Book video is simply great! It’s really important to make a transition from work life to real life with style! Thanks for suggestions!

  10. Good luck on your future ventures with your style blogging. Its always great to evolve and bring something new to the platform. Love the video editing and composition next blog post please insert your videos into the post! You rock!

  11. Sounds like you are going to have a great year. I can’t wait to see the videos. I know they will be awesome. I wish I had a style.

  12. It is so good that what we love in our spirit is what we get to do as we grow up.
    I really love style and wish I had the money to get into it. I definitely need my wardrobe.

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