A Practical Lesson on Sunday Styling

Jul 31, 2016 | Fashion

This post is a practical one and probably relates to every other event as well as styling yourself for Sunday services.

Last night, I knew I would be heading to church super early.. And I had a clear idea on what I would be wearing. I went off to sleep and decided to sort it all out in the morning. Capital mistake!!

Come this morning, I totally overslept! I had barely anytime to really prep and was quite lucky I had sketchily thought out an outfit the night before. I literally had just 2 mins to spare or be horribly late… And there I was, staring in mild horror at my quite crumpled Abaya.

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I made a snap decision and wore it just like that and dashed off for a great service.. With my head held high and a defiant throw to my shoulders.. I guess I would rather be rumpled than not be there at all.

However, it re-inforced a lesson I have always known but sometimes take for granted.

“Always lay your outfit for the next day out the night before. Try it out, and make it absolutely ready to be worn”.

Sometimes, a Well thought out outfit doesn’t quite look as great as you planned. It is advised by some to have your clothing for the entire week planned beforehand, for increased productivity and a more organized week. I am a bit more impulsive in my fashion choices, but I recently find myself planning more..

Do you plan ahead as well? I would love to hear from you.

Have a blessed Sunday.

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Ezinne Chinkata

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