I want to preface this post with *you are chic every waking moment, don't forget that when looking into "chic" stylings!* - now to analyze what makes bedhead chic so fun to play with as a fashion statement. Whether it be an attraction to a natural styling or a fascination with something more over-the-top thats left you wanting a minimal look, there is something magical about looking effortlessly put together in a "real life" and attainable way with bedhead chic looks. Its not about going 100% glammed out, but about finding and highlighting your natural beauty. Let's look at a few ways to achieve the look. Note. There are countless ways. Here's just one breakdown.
It takes a little time for fashion trends to become apparent to us, no matter how skilled or experienced the observer may be. That being said, we can look forward in fashion by "forecasting" trends. Right now, athleisure is morphing into something new - athluxe. Let's talk more on that below.
From checking out fashion sites, like WWD, as well as a personal interpretation of fashion trends rocked by celebs and fashionistas, I present to you - Fall 2018 Trends!
First of all, lets do a quick recap of the main formulas we learned from part 1 of this finance blog series!
Feeling All caught up? Great! Lets keep moving...
I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to track inventory and to start doing so when you're still in the "growing" stage. Why? If you wait to track your items, before you know it you'll be big and famous and yet stuck going back to take stock of what you have to sell in the first place. Keep a sheet however complex or simple suits your needs, but I'd consider it most important to track:
Thanks for checking out this finance post - be sure to check back in for more fun tips and tricks for your sales journey!
***A quick thank you to some people who helped make this post possible to write and this blog possible - my real life + virtual pals - insta users @posh_aquaerica (or @aquaerica on poshmark) , @annarach13 (or @annarach713 on poshmark), and @fashionnsite4u. Thank you for the tips, repeated checks to make sure things look "just right," and contributions to both the post and blog here. Lastly, I would credit a textbook, BUT I learned from the best and had my dad spend hours going over finances with me. So credit is due for helping me learn the basics while I've been building my business.