Sometimes, your skin tone can determine the color of clothes that are suitable to wear. If skin tone is your reference in choosing clothes, then you must know what colors can be options or colors that need to be avoided.

There is also another way, which is to see the color of the veins or veins on the wrist. Green veins indicate you have a warm tone. If it’s blue, it means cool tone. There is also a neutral tone if your veins are a mix of green and blue.

As for the color of clothes, said Su Jin Bae, warm tones are generally more suitable for wearing dark or pastel colored clothes that tend to be peach. Then cold tones will look brighter by wearing soft and bright colors, such as pink, blue and purple.

Fair skin

This skin tone is suitable for wearing any color, but it looks …

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Business managers around the world know consumer psychology. Every shopper wants the best Coupon Code deals when shopping online or visiting the nearest outlet. Today almost every online shopping site offers a box to enter a promo code (coupon code) on the checkout page to take advantage of the discount by using a discount voucher or code to save money.

Many online customers want to know about coupon codes as well as coupon info, and how loyal customers can find coupon codes for the products they want.

Coupon Code

What is a coupon code?

Coupon codes are also known as promo codes, discount codes, or voucher codes. Promo codes are similar to printed coupon codes to get promotional discounts on a selection or entire product range to save money. By offering voucher codes, retailers gain loyal customers to increase sales.

How do coupon codes work?

Since each coupon code is different from …

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Having wide hips sometimes actually makes women insecure.

Besides that, having wide hips also makes it difficult for women to choose the right fashion!

But don’t worry, here are some fashion tips for those of you who have wide hips to make them look slimmer.

1. Wide waist fashion tips – High waist cut

High waist pants

Well, for those of you with wide hips, having a collection of pants or skirts with a high waist line, aka a high waist, is a must, Stylovers.

These high waist pants will help you to show a slim waist

2. Wide waist fashion tips – Avoid baggy pants

Baggy pants

Owners of big hips need to avoid models like this when choosing jeans, yes Stylovers!

You see, the use of jeans whose ends are shrinking will make the display look fuller, so it looks disproportionate.

3. Wide waist fashion tips –

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And boutiques like Biba and Miss Mouse that promoted and offered some of the 60s designs performed main roles in endorsing the new, more relaxed and vibrant clothes types for fashionable ladies. Women of the earlier part of Nineteen Eighties liked smooth textiles and neutral …

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Are you doing any traveling this winter? Whether you’re heading over the river and through the woods for a weekend getaway or traveling by plane to a ski resort, you may need to pack for warmth and safety as well as style and enjoyment. I’ve gathered the winter travel essentials you might want to consider for your trip. And I even have a printable list for my email subscribers in the Printable Library.

Women's Travel Essentials for Winter

Now obviously every winter vacation is different. And the list I’ve compiled is for cold weather travel and destinations, so if you’re lucky enough to be heading for warmer climes, this list is probably not for you. But when we’re traveling during the winter we do face a few unique challenges. We need to plan for emergencies we hope never happen. And we need to pack substantial, warm clothing in small carry-on suitcases. So keep these things

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Welcome to Dressed for My Day! I’m back at posting my daily outfits this week. I like to share how I really dressed for my days because it keeps me accountable and helps me put a little more effort into what I wear. My goal is only to show clothes and outfits here at Dressed for My Day that I would actually wear in real life, whether it’s a fashion post I put together on my own dime or a sponsored post. But sometimes in the past I have put together things that I probably would never have worn myself. I think I’ve gotten much better at that over the almost 5 years I’ve been blogging. But this weekly post really helps me keep track of my personal style aesthetic and how it is evolving.

How I Really dressed for My Day

I won’t be talking too much about individual pieces in these outfits unless it’s

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Dum da da dum! Not only is this the final of my 2022 in review posts, but it’s also the most somber, for obvious reasons. I’m not really one to live with regrets. I’d much rather brush off those slight misses and move forward with confidence and hope. But there’s something to be said for at least a brief study of the things that didn’t quite turn out as planned. And when it comes to investing in our wardrobes, I do believe we’ll never get more proficient at building a cost effective, joyful and well-suited closet of clothes if we don’t at least occasionally pause to reflect on the mistakes we’ve made. So today I am indeed sharing my most regrettable purchases of 2022…and what I learned from them.

This will be brief…because it’s painful. Ouch. Hahaha!

My Most Regrettable Purchases of 2022

Sorry, but we can’t go on without one caveat. If I shared one

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I think every season brings its set of challenges as far as fashion goes. In the spring we’re ready to wear all the lightweight pieces and pretty colors, but the chilly temperatures require us to cover those pretty new pieces with outerwear. In the summer we’re just trying not to sweat. Ha! And the weather is all over the place in the fall, requiring us to be really flexible. But as we settle into the cold days of winter we sometimes struggle to look polished and put together without sacrificing the warmth and coziness we naturally crave this time of year. So today I’m sharing 5 easy ways to look put together this winter…while still staying warm.

Today I’m using a mixture of photos from this year and previous years. So many if not most of the items I’m showing are no longer available. We’re focusing on style principles here

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