Fall 2020 Outfit Formulas by GYPO
I promised you I’d post this today, and here it is!!! Get Your Pretty On has released it’s Outfit Formulas for Fall 2020! I signed up today, and it would be fun to have some fashion buddies for the next few weeks!
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Here’s what I love about Outfit Formulas:
FIRST you take the shopping list to your closet and see what you have. You probably already have some of the pieces. (Graphic t-shirt, anyone?) You also likely have some items that you can substitute.
Then you decide what pieces you want to shop for. THIS IS NOT A RACE! Take your time and find “heck yes!” pieces.
You don’t have to buy/have ALL the pieces! Start with what you have and follow along with the scheduled outfits.
Yep, there’s a calendar of outfits you can follow! This works especially well for those of you who don’t like deciding what to wear!
If you’re a free fashion spirit like I am, you can use the suggested pieces/outfits as inspiration and put your own spin on them. My fashion preference leans decidedly boho, and you’ll see that play over this season.
Last thing: YOU get to choose where you shop. Target. Nordstrom. Goodwill. You pick! Since I’ve done Outfit Formulas for a while now, my closet is pretty well stocked with the basics, so I don’t NEED to do much shopping for this season. I may add a new scarf or a new pair of jeans, but that’s probably it. If you *need* to invest some money into your wardrobe, this is a SMART way to do it. You’ll have a shopping list in hand that can keep you focused, and you won’t come home with random pieces that don’t play well together. You’ll save a lot of money in the long run. I sure did!
Okay, that it! If you have questions, let me know! I’m happy to help!
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3 thoughts on “Fall 2020 Outfit Formulas by GYPO”
I need to start playing along with the prompts. Love the items on the capsule wardrobe list. Your dress and kimono today were darling.
Love the outfits! I’d totally where all that except the boots. I just can’t do heels.
That’s where you personalize for your own preferences! I rarely wear exactly what shown in the photos. I take the formula itself and adjust it for my style! (I don’t wear heels very often either!)