Ann Taylor is my go-to destination for wear-to-work clothing and accessories. All of their styles are sophisticated and versatile.
6th Blogiversary: 6 Lessons I’ve Learned from Blogging
Six years ago I hit PUBLISH and my life changed. Today I am celebrating my six year blog anniversary and I am feeling emotional and yet overjoyed at the same time. While I must admit that it feels strange to “celebrate” during COVID-19—I am still in awe of where my digital space has taken me. I started What Would V Wear on a whim and big dreams. I set goals for myself, spent countless sleepless nights working on my content while working full-time until I quit my corporate job to pursue entrepreneurship. Six years later, I’m proudly self-employed. It’s been a wild ride but one I wouldn’t want to change for the world!
Supporting Businesses You Love During COVID-19
For weeks, the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted every part of our daily lives. Mine included. From going to the movies to visiting local restaurants, many of the activities we are used to are on pause. This drastic change has heavily impacted businesses in every part of the country. Today I would like to support a business I love and adore, Ann Taylor. Did you know that Ann Taylor has an amazing sale (60-70% OFF) going on until April 13, 2020? Plus they are working with Give Back Box where you can donate your gently used clothing and accessories to charities for free.
2020 Jeans Trend: All the Denim Styles You’ll Need Now
Today I’m shifting gears away from the COVID-19 pandemic and instead return to fashion again. I’m excited to lay out the top three denim trends to pay attention to.
The Resurgence of the Fashion Glove
During these challenging and uncertain times, fashion is not on the minds of many; but, for those in the industry, and those who are able or must leave their homes, it is still a part of daily life. Even while practicing social distancing, and actually, especially during this time, it is imperative that we take the time to feel good about ourselves, to make the isolating times a little less dreary.