Flirty Fashion Tips By: Beth Roy

What is flirty?  What do you think of when you hear the word?  When we say, “Find your inner flirt”, we don’t mean go out and throw yourself at the mailman, or wear leopard pumps to the playground.  Your inner flirt is the you that feels confident and content; the you that feels like a million bucks.  You’re comfortable, you’re polished, and best of all, you’re happy.  You’re flirty!

The simple fact is that most women staying at home, either with kids or with a computer, often don’t feel very flirty.  We’re busy doing everything for everyone else and we dedicate very little time to ourselves.  When we do, we feel guilty, but that’s a whole other blog.

I don’t know who said, “When you look good, you feel good”, but truer words were never spoken.  We’ve all had the feeling of an outfit that looks great on us.  It just works, and when it does, you feel like you can take on the world.  The thing is, it’s really not all that hard to achieve and it certainly doesn’t have to make you slash your Starbucks budget or forgo college for the kids to get there.

There is no “right” style.  Style is far too personal to be cookie-cutter or one-size-fits-all.   No matter what your style though, the idea is the same.  You invest in a few wardrobe basics—for example, great fitting jeans, a couple of simple tops and sweaters/jackets in neutral, solid colors.  These staples are all interchangeable.  Then you create “the look” by adding accessories that pop—a fashion-forward handbag, a chic sweater-wrap, a cool belt or scarf, a pair of fabulous earrings, a chunky necklace or a stack of bracelets. The beautiful thing is that each time you change the accessories, you create a whole new look.  It’s really that simple.

The Fabulous Finds readers can take 25% off any full priced accessories at FlirtyFinds through May1st.  Use code FAB25.

Have a question about what to wear, or need any wardrobe advice?  Drop me a note at beth@flirtyfinds.com – I am happy to help!

Go ahead, find your inner flirt.

 

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