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  1. Ashley
    Jul 08 - 1:14 am

    Our style team is looking forward to answering some hard-hitting style questions. Thanks Stacey!

  2. Becca
    Jul 10 - 1:17 am

    What is one key piece that every busy, on-the-go mom should have to help pull stray wardrobe items together and help her to look “put together” with very little effort? If I get a few minutes for myself during a quick family trip out I may waste that time on a wear once item or looking at something less realistic.

  3. MaRss Collection
    Jul 13 - 12:53 am

    Busy moms with many kids should look fabulous. It is no use to try to look younger because moms have their own charisma. What i love about these clothes are they are perfect for moms, they are stylish, but still give the charisma of being moms. Very inspiring anyway ^^.

  4. Jester Queen
    Jul 18 - 7:42 pm

    OK, I think I just failed the fashion test. The first instruction was to go with what I feel comfortable in. I feel comfortable in cheesy t-shirts. I’ve recently upgraded to polos, but those itch my neck, so I’m probably downgrading again soon. I feel comfortable in hairy legs and shorts with paint stains (the better to not spill something on them, which I can do without any help from the kids, and then there’s the kids…). You said to go with something that makes us feel comfortable. I don’t. Ever. Feel. Comfortable. In. ‘Dressy’. Clothes. And ‘dressy’ for me is anything above that paint stained shorts-saggy shirt combo.

    It isn’t that I lack self confidence. It’s that I have no idea how to present myself. I get clothes that I think I like only to loathe them the first time I actually have to wear them anyplace. I would love to find a way to highlight my enormous breasts, but seriously, I’m a G cup. On a good day. H is more common. I hate them, they hurt, and I can’t hide from them, so the only thing to do IS show them off, but I have NO IDEA HOW TO DO THAT.

    So, yeah, I think I was supposed to have a question, and probably that question is ‘what are your rates’ and ‘how cheap, exactly, can I be, because I hate spending money on clothes. If I have disposable income, it goes to other things that I consider more important, only I sometimes then suddenly find myself with a Fashion Event and have to Wear Something Nice and own only things that I feel awful in.

    Um. And to be clear, I’m totally sincere. The topic gives me goosebump panic attack emotions, but it’s something I need to tackle.

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