Create New Looks from Your Own Closet!

Call it recycling, practicality or just good old-fashioned common sense, these days we’re all trying to economize any way we can but we shouldn’t let that affect the way we look. Long before the economy took a turn for the worse, Lloyd Boston was sharing his “do more for less money” fashion philosophy with everyone from Oprah to the women of The View. He’s written numerous fashion advice books, made countless appearances on the NBC’s Today and, as the leading TV voice of New York Fashion Week, he’s certainly lived up to the title of America’s favorite “Style Guy.”

“Most people are buried under layers of life stages that have translated through their clothes - whether it be a job promotion, having kids, or moving across climate zones - and these layers are keeping them back from their best style,” Boston said.  “I hope they can identify some of the layers they might need to peel back in their own closets in order to reconnect with their younger or more stylish self.  I want to provide a kinder, more gentle style oasis because I want to empower men and women and help them feel safe.” 

Lloyd offered tips for  sorting through your current wardrobe and paring down your choices (use it or lose it), organizing your closet to maximize its fashion potential, treating your closet like a place to shop for every outfit, mixing and matching shapes and colors to create new looks, dressing for your body type and creating a “look book” of clothing and accessory combinations.


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