Spring time means a time of renewal, both with the weather and our wardrobes. Most of us have a tendency to go to the closet and say, “What should I trash, donate or take to the dry cleaner?”
Let’s face it, the holidays can be stressful. We all have that one picky person you have to shop for at the holidays, or maybe you have to shop for a co-worker you don’t really know that well. That’s why we wanted to help get movin’ on your holiday shopping list.
It’s the holiday season, which means weekends are filled with company Christmas parties and family gatherings. There’s a lot of holiday hoopla, but what should you wear to stay fresh with all the festivities?
As we gear up for winter, a lot of us probably want to hang on to that favorite sweater or pair of jeans. You check the closet, know you’re never going to wear it again but just can’t let go of it. This week in Get Movin’ Monday, fashion expert Grant Whittaker tells us why we should get rid of those clothes.
When you see someone who is stylish, they make it look effortless. A lot of the time, it’s not necessarily the clothes but the accessories that pull an outfit together. This week in Get Movin’ Monday, Jamie Yuccas caught up with local stylist Grant Whittaker to get four tips on how to accessorize your outfit.
When you see the life-changing facial surgeries the Smile Network provides, it’s hard to say no when they ask you to do a fundraiser — even if it means getting dressed in outrageous costumes.
A new season gives you an opportunity to make some changes, even spruce up the wardrobe you already have. But buying into every trend can be really expensive.
Creative director. Editorial producer. Fashion stylist. Trend expert. Event director. Sounds like a lot. But then add in hip hop dance instructor, former model, host and speaker. That’s what makes Grant Whittaker a Minnesotan to Meet.
WINGs stands for Women Investing in the Next Generation, and the group helps women establish financial stability to overcome poverty.
It’s still summer, but what you buy now for clothes will stretch into the fall. And you don’t need to spend a lot of money to stay trendy.