10 Style Resolutions (I HOPE I STICK TO) for 2015

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Another year has come & gone, and we have all drummed up list of new challenges and changes we promise to stick to in 2015. That “New Year.. New Me” song maybe a bit played but there’s something extremely attractive in the idea of starting fresh. I have listed all my year long goals, planned out 3 months of content, and made sure to eat my black eyes peas the day after to bring good wishes in the new year, i’m also trying something new.

I have always been a lover of fashion but my lazy tomboy ways sometimes causes me to slack in the personal style department. Since I spent a large amount of last year reaching for sweats instead of blazers, I’ve decided to push my style creativity by putting more of an effort into my “Fits”. My younger self was extremely insecure wanting to fit in, bleeding into my teenage years where I struggled. Not being able to afford name brand items,  and never able to find a thing to fit my long frame I tried to hide myself and was consumed with other peoples judgments.

Since then I have found confidence in what makes me different, embraced the fine art of thrifting and have embraced my personal style. Still…. I’ve let life get the best of me by “not having the time” to pick out outfits for the next day, and letting the motivation to “get dressed” miss me completely. I always feel better when I have a complete look together and I want to venture into 2015 with a strong presence.



1.) Plan Ahead 

Taking a few minutes the night before makes a huge difference in what i’m wearing the next day. I’m so sick of scrambling for an outfit, pulling everything out of my closet and ending up in LEGGINGs. *not cool*


I am sort of a bed bug, so waking up 15 minutes earlier to make sure i’m well put together would make a huge difference. Seriously, it’s quite embarrassing when you roll up to an meeting with two different loafers on.*YUP ITS HAPPENED*

3.) Put a Face On

Yes. I have left the house without Fleek Like EYEBROWS more times than i’d like to admit. In my efforts to actually wake up in the mornings, I will contribute some of that time to putting on a good lip and brow. Don’t worry I promise to not become an EXTREME CONTURING victim.

4.) Fall in Love With the Iron

I can’t be the only FashionEater that hates to IRON! I rather steam everything but sometimes you have to cave in and keep it crisp with an iron.

5.) Where’s THE Color

Stomping NYC during my school days turned me into a Black loving nut, and though I will always have a soft spot for the darkside I want to embrace the fun and life of a colorful print heavy wardrobe.

6.) Shop with a plan

I have become my own victim by shopping with out any sort of plan. This year I’ll be creating a “grocery list” of things I need and shop by outfit instead of items which will save me time, stress, and MONEY.

7.) PURGE 

If I haven’t worn it in the last year… TOSS IT! (aka donate it)

8.) *whispers* “If you build it, it will come”

Make mood boards for looks I want to try. I’ve become a hardcore Pinterest head and building a look using the app will save the time consuming pressures of cutting out magazines.

9.) Have “Fuck it” Days

Gotta keep it real… I LOVE MY SWEATS. I will be allowing myself to have a few Sundays of vegging out in super soft sweat pants, with no makeup, wild hair, and ratty tank top… (kind like I am right now writing this post)


I’ve set these 10 resolutions for me and at the end of the day the only real task at hand is to make sure I am Happy and feel amazing.

Do you have any Style resolutions you want to share?!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. This was a great post and has inspired my 1st post for the year. I agree with your sentiment about not taking time to polish my look. It really gave me something to think about. Happy New Year!!!

  2. Annie Sams says:

    You are truly your Mother’s child(smile)….those are all things I have adopted and practiced along the way, and you know how I hate to be rushed/late, I encourage you too stick to all of them, and you will enhance your golden life immensely…..

  3. Channing in The City says:

    I hate ironing, too! I’ve told myself it’s because I prefer to look disheveled, but nah, I’m just lazy. I’m with you on just getting up 15 mins earlier. I never have as much time as I think I do. But listen, you planned out 3 months of content?? I need to get on your level!

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