I’ve always been a girly girl, so naturally this season’s blush pink & pearltrend is right up my alley.
I found some #FabFinds at Winners this past week! Spring oxfords and slides decked out with oyster pearls and I’m in love.
#1 BABY PINK OXFORDS WITH OYSTER PEARL ACCENTS
#2 PINK & BLACK PEARL SLIDES
A close up shot with a sweater I purchased @ Winners as well:
The oxfords were $140.00 and the slides were $99.99, both before tax. I never cheap out on shoes…even though I didn’t break the bank with these pairs, you want to invest your money in shoes for comfort.
You can tell with these two pairs that they’re very well made which is important. Look for quality when shoe-shopping.
And pearls of course! This Spring fashion trend will dress up any outfit, and make casual shoes perfect for the office or a night out.
Are florals and pastels tempting you and your credit card to run to the nearest mall and hit your favourite stores?
You are not alone!
Spring is in the air, and that means it’s time to clean your wardrobe and make room for new pieces to get emotionally attached to.
It took me almost 2 full days, but I FINALLY have organized my closet. Even if that means squeezing as many hangers as I can on the clothing rack in my closet and squishing as much as I could into my armoire (heh), I have given my closet a brand new look.
Here are some of my tips to giving your closet a little TLC this spring season:
You need music– before starting this big chore, get a good playlist going (TY Drake for releasing your new album this week)
Make a “dump” pile that you will sell/donate to a charity– if you’re not using it, don’t be selfish…someone else who is less fortunate will get good use out of it.
If you haven’t worn it in a year, ditch it– don’t let attachment issues get in the way of letting your closet breath!
Get creative! Organize your tank tops, shirts, blazers, pants, skirts & dresses by colour, length etc. (your morning routine will be a lot easier in the long run)
Make your shelves look pretty– who said fashion pieces can’t be a part of your interior decorating? I chose to make a little art piece of my own with my purse collection. I used a few of my statement clutches as bedroom decor, and took organizing my purse shelf to a whole new level.
Once it’s done you will honestly feel AMAZING! I thought I’d never see the light in my closet, but after some sweat and a few cuts from hangers and sequins… I DID IT and you can too!
Facebook is an American profit organization that has been around for close to 15 years.
In my opinion, Facebook as a social media site peeked about 7-10 years ago for Millennials. Since then the site has taken a back burner among other leading social media applications. Now, I see my aunts and uncles using Facebook more often than I use it.
Getting likes on Facebook can be quite difficult if you do not constantly share your business or personal page.
Over the years, Facebook has introduced different filters in order to de-clutter users’ news feeds. These filters make it even more difficult to ensure that content on your Facebook page is being seen.
Take Sam’s Shop for example.
How can Sam get his first 10,000 page likes? How long will this take?
According to Jayson DeMers, a Contributor of Forbes, “There are now an estimated 40 million small businesses using Facebook to promote their brand and connect with their customers.”
How does a small shop like Sam compete with 40 million other businesses?
Visual imagery– use images to entice your audience, a picture really does paint a thousand words.
Videos- images are great, but videos are even better… 15 second video clips on social media spread like wild fire.
Variety- keep it interesting, people will unlike your page if you are not creative with your posts and post the same thing over and over.
Use Facebook’s Page Plugin- share your Facebook information on other websites to increase your reach!
Contests-people love winning free stuff, give them what they want!
Tag other Pages in your post- the more people you involve in your posts, the further the post will go (don’t promote other pages, but incorporate them into your content).
Engage-there is nothing worse than liking a page and then the page goes “dead”… give your followers what they want to see; reply to their comments, like their posts, tag them in photos/your content to personalize their Facebook connection with your business!
Getting likes on Facebook can take some time if you’re doing all the work yourself. Do not be afraid to invest into the social media sites!
The money you put forward in order to boost your page can give you long-term business connections that could make you more money than you invest!
Say Sam’s Shop invested $30.00 to promote his business. This promotion through Facebook could reach 3,000-6,000 people in the London community.
$30.00 for thousands of people to see his business and potentially purchase his merchandise.