Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Dress up games are especially fun in the winter months. When it’s cold outside, the warm clothing comes out and there is so much to wear and enjoy during these months. With the cold, you’ll find that layers are a nice way to start the dress up games. Wear many thin layers of clothing and not only will things fit more nicely, they will still showcase your figure in a flattering way. When you wear thicker, bulkier items, it’s much harder to pull together a real look that’s not just a big shlumpy mess.
Of course there’s a lot to be side for shlumping around the house in a giant sweater and leggings, but it’s not the style you want to wear when you’re heading out on the town or going somewhere with friends for a drink. If you’re going to get dressed up in the winter months, shoot for layers and a thin jacket if possible – leather is an excellent choice for a thin, tailored look that is also very warm. A wool pea coat is a great choice as well.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Now that Thanksgiving is drawing close, it’s time to hit the stores for some serious dress up games. There are endless opportunities for fun in the holiday season and seemingly all of them need some new clothing styles. Pull your looks together based not only on what suits the party and what looks great on you, but on how well you can shop. When you shop well, you can get killer deals on all of your dress up games without spending much of anything. The money that is left over can be used to buy all of the necessary make-up and accessories you need to enjoy the special event.
Of course, finding the best deal for your dress up games isn’t always simple. You need to shop around and you need to have an open mind. If you’re set on a black dress with a white collar, there are only so many in the known shopping world. However, if you’re more flexible and looking for a black dress suitable for a party, you can find dozens to try out. With any luck, one of them will be fabulous on you and be on sale to boot.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
It’s always a sad thing when you realize you’ve started your winter weight gain before winter even appears. Once upon a time, we lost weight over the winter as humans waited for the ripe and fertile spring to come again. Today though, we get to celebrate our weight gain and loss with dress up games for every season. Winter dress up games are often designed to hide the extra fluff that comes along with holiday treats and dinners. Apparently it’s already time to break out the big concealers.
Dress up games are so much more forgiving in the winter than in the spring or summer. The layer of sweaters and jackets can hide virtually anything under fleecy, fuzzy layers. A pair of stretch pants and a long sweater work all season long and even if you have to get dressed, suits are wonderful at concealing a few extra pounds here or there. The dress up games in the winter adapt as your body changes, and hopefully come January when the treats are put away, the winter weight will begin to melt off leaving you svelte and ready for spring time dress up games again.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
The holidays bring plenty of opportunities for dressing up. With dress up games, you’re able to really dig into your closet and bring out everything from the formal you wear once per year to the ugly sweater you wear as often as you can get away with it. Dress up games around the holidays are fun and you have almost carte blanche to wear anything you want so long as you can get away with it. It’s a casual time for many of us with games and contests around the office, and this holiday season will likely not be any exception to the general rule.
Dress up games let you showcase some of your great holiday finds from years past. Some people spend time looking for the perfect black cocktail dress. That dress shows up in time for holiday shows at theaters downtown. Others of us work hard to make an ugly sweater even uglier so that we can enjoy the drama of it at Ugly Sweater parties for work and among friends. Even Christmas morning can bring new outfits out of hiding to add a bit of comfort and style to the Christmas morning festivities.