Diva’s on a Budget!

Growing up in a small country town wearing the latest fashion was limited as far as expression and sometimes budget wise. Once I was able to work and purchase my own clothing I saw different styles that I thought were unique and cute but didn’t quite fit my personality. Often times you see clothes that catch your eye and the latest trend but once you try it on or purchase you find it does not fit or look the way it did on someone else.  When you are wearing clothing you want to feel and look your best.  Through my experience, I have learned that it’s not always about wearing the latest trends, but about creating a wardrobe that fits your body shape, personality, and lifestyle. Your Style represents you. Finding clothes that match who you are is key!

Part of getting dressed is expressing yourself through clothing, your wardrobe can tell a story about your life and each piece holds a memory.  It’s not always necessary to have a million clothes in the closet but knowing how to wear each piece a million ways creatively. The way you dress tells a lot about who you are and how you present yourself to the public. What does your wardrobe say about you?   I’m excited about this new blog and also an opportunity to help others with closet organization, personal shopping and so much more.  In this blog you will learn how I find pieces that can represent my style on a budget!

We all love cheap or free clothes right?  Thrift shopping is trending across the world now and there is  no shame in the game.   Join me as I show you how to piece your personality together like a Diva on a budget!  A healthy lifestyle encompasses both inward and outer beauty. When you look good, you feel good and I’m here to help you be the best version of YOU that you can be!

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13 thoughts on “Diva’s on a Budget!

  1. Good luck on your new blog. I have a hard time with thrift shopping because I lose patience with the process. I don’t enjoy clothes shopping that much and it seems like a lot of thrift shopping is finding a needle in a haystack.

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    1. Hello Shanta! I understand it is frustrating in the beginning, believe me i know. I can give you tips on your experience shopping, if you were local I could even help you out! Where are you located?

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