Happy Dress Equals Happiness

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I was having a conversation with one of my coworkers and shared one of my philosophies about getting dressed for the day.  Happy dress = HAPPINESS!  I dress for how I WANT to feel in the mornings, even when that morning seems blah.  When I go about the rest of my day, I’m “dressed for success” in happiness so to say.  {BTW, what goes on during the morning before work is a mad rush to get everything together which is usually why I’m wearing a dress (no matching) that makes me feel happy and put together.}

The Style Rx:  Dress for happiness by grabbing a “happy piece” in your closet!  What makes you feel like a million bucks?  WEAR IT and go on with your day!

I wore this outfit to meet the designer, Nanette Lepore, at Neiman Marcus.  I was so tired and really nervous (I’ve been a fan of her since forever) that morning.  This floral skirt always makes me smile, and I feel really confident when wearing it… so voila!  The skirt went off the hanger and on to me with a bow-front blouse for a brunch.

My coworker had never really thought about dressing in this way.  What about you?  Do you dress for happiness?  What’s your secret weapon piece in your closet?

Happiness is a state of mind.  It’s just according to the way you look at things. – Walt Disney


DOLCE AND GABBANA bow front blouse via Last Call {similar save or splurge} || TED BAKER floral skirt (old but similar save or splurge from TB) || earrings {similar} || VINTAGE, BELLARGO rings || LANVIN FOR H&M bow heels (old but here is pair for sale) || CHANEL bubble quilt bag (found one!) || PRADA baroque sunglasses

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Rxoxo, Sam

8 thoughts on “Happy Dress Equals Happiness

    1. Thank you Carrie!

      And she is so personable! What a great partnership to have on a charity!

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