Parting is such sweet sorrow, but it has been an enjoyable ride through the semester. I have enjoyed expanding my horizons throughout the many social media outlets I already used and learned about many more to add to the list, thanks for that by the way. The social media outlet that I didn’t know about that really intrigued me was Storify. I will be using that to better extend my knowledge on things that interest me. I thought making a YouTube video would be more nerve racking than it was and I actually kind of enjoyed it. It was probably an experience I would not have done on my own anytime soon. I still haven’t been able to really get into twitter for the personal tweets yet, but it came in super handy this semester when issues arose through my apartment to reach corporate fast without the run around. So, I can see the value in twitter at least for your voice to be heard on a global scale, any social media really for that matter. I enjoyed the blog experience because I was able to be creative and hopefully help a girl find an outfit or two. I am not sure it is for me on a regular basis, but who knows what the future brings. I might get into a company and see they desperately need a blog and the use of social media to promote their brand and really get their company or product to the next level because of that I am grateful of this experience. I won’t be so blind going into it if the need is there and have at least a small ground to stand on and can bring a little value to the situation. Farewell Frugal Minded Fashionista, the blog might stop, but my frugal fashion mind will be forever!
Now that you have all this fabulous fashion, the question becomes how to organize it. I have included a little tips and trick video on what I do to organize all my fashions I have collected.
Remember sections, sections, sections. Also, here are some more tips and tricks that can be beneficial for your closet organization needs. Happy organizing!
About a month ago I did a blog regarding music festival attire on a budget, since the ticket for the festival probably broke the bank at purchase. This slide show is of my friends and I’s fashion we wore and the fun times we had at ACL 2013. Most of my outfits were under $30.00 and I loved all of them. Remember to always reuse/re-purpose what you have in your closet before you go buy, keep it comfy and NO heels.
More fashion to be seen on here, a little video recap off YouTube of ACL 2013 Weekend 1.
Below is a link to my Storify of collaboration of blogs, articles and videos of people who have the same mind set on fashion. Whether they are on a budget, want to save money or just love the thrill of a deal, like I do. They want to look like a million bucks, but not spend million. Enjoy the tips, tricks and just watching or reading people get excited about fashion at an inexpensive cost!
Storify your frugal fashion mind.
When retail therapy doesn’t work there is always the therapy of a good workout! Whether it is running, lifting weights or yoga sweating helps release the toxic. As you know girls don’t sweat we sparkle and why not sparkle in a cute outfit. It not only puts a little pep in your step, but also gives you a reason to go to the gym. Active wear is becoming a more common fashion statement even outside of the gym, however most workout clothes can be costly. I have selected some outfits that will make you sparkle that much more at the gym and created them at an inexpensive cost!
Train Insane in Grey
1. Old Navy Women’s Active Running Tees @ $16.94
2. Forever 21 Active Running Capri @ $15.80
3. Target C9 by Champion® Women’s Reversible Compression Cami Bra @ $14.99
Total Cost of Outfit: $47.73
Glistening in Pink
1. Forever 21 Seamless Racerback Run Tank @ $10.80
2. H&M Ribbed Sports Top @ $12.95
3. Forever 21 Low Impact Sports Bra @ $8.80
4. Old Navy DWomen’s Active by Old Navy Compression Capris (19″) @ $17.00
Total Cost of Outfit: $49.55
Keep in mind that a good pair of shoes is key in every workout outfit, don’t break the bank, but make an investment. Enjoy the burn in style!