So, here’s the deal. You’ve woken up, eaten breakfast, done some minor chores, showered, and are now ready for the day, except… what do you wear? Do you accessorize? Do you have time? Or is it a lazy kind of day? Here are a few tips for how to accessorize depending on what you have going on. Are you going to work? Going to the gym? Going to lunch? A date? These are the main reasons, us girls get up in the morning. So here’s a helpful guide of what you should keep in your closet for any and all of these occasions, from small accessories to the ever needed purse. Peruse on and maybe your day will be just a little bit easier especially if you’re not really sure where to start.
Your tiny bag is so overstuffed full of papers and pockets and fragments and pieces that everything is opening to fuse together like layers of grainy rock and you have to fasten the whole thing between your thighs just to get it zipped up.
When it comes to purses and handbags, we all know whom the leading kings and queens of the marketplace are. As much fun as it is to check out new assortments from big brands and rush over longtime darlings, we also consider in observance of a observant eye on what's next. In recent years, indie handbag designers like Mansur Gavriel and Edie Parker have risen rapidly from virtual insignificance, and we've got some thoughts about what the next brands to have that kind of influence might be.
There are a number of purse styles that are appropriate for an interview. The choice of style comes down to whether the purse contributes to a cohesive look. One good tip is that the purse should match the woman’s shoes. Even if it is not a perfect match, the purse should definitely not clash with a woman’s shoes. The type of outfit the woman is wearing depends on what type of position the woman is interviewing for.