But the real secret to total gorgeousness is to believe in yourself, have self confindence, and try to be secure in your decisions and thoughts. -kristen dunst
There isn’t much we can easily control when it comes to our self confidence, we read all the tricks. Exercise, positive thinking, affirmations, surround yourself with supportive family and friends. All great advice but time consuming and not always that easy. One of the easiest and quickest ways to feel better about ourselves is dressing in clothes that make you feel comfortable and happy. When asked what kind of fashions do we carry at It’s Time, it always throws them for a loop when I say: “The kind that make a woman feel good.”
Our lines are comfortable, good quality, trendy without being too crazy, unique pieces that will never be cookie cutter. It’s about empowering ourselves if we FEEL good, we DO good!
We have a few customers who never miss a chance to share with me when they get compliments on something they have bought at It’s Time, that is what made me realize that clothes aren’t just something we should chose carelessly. When you wear things that make you feel good, you look good. You will attract positive attention and feel even better, it’s an upward spiral. The better you feel the better you look, and the more positivity you attract into your life. What you wear is one of the easiest things to control in your life. Choose the things that make you feel empowered.
Part of feeling empowered is accepting who you are, lumps bumps and all, but what you cover your lumps and bumps with make a big difference in how you feel 🙂
So guess what. This month I’m going to be 51! Yes 51 yrs young and I’ve decided to embrace my age. I might even let me hair do it’s own thing…and let the grey take charge. ….Maybe…
So I’m going to celebrate and shout if from the rooftops the best way I know how…. 51 years old = 51% off!! All remaining winter fashions 51% off. It’s my party and I can discount if I want to !
“We should all start to live before we get too old. Fear is stupid. So are regrets.”
― Marilyn Monroe