I participated in an Ambassador Program on behalf of Influence Central for Vanity Fair Lingerie. I received product samples to facilitate my review and compensation to thank me for my participation.
Can you believe that 2015 is almost to a close? We’ve got less than a week until Christmas and under 2 weeks until 2016 is here! As 2015 comes to a close, we are reflecting back on what this year has meant for us and finishing out our partnership with some wonderful brands. Today, we wanted to look back on the lessons I’ve shared through my partnership with Vanity Fair.
1. The Power of Women
I introduced my partnership with Vanity Fair where I shared my story of coming to discover my own potential as I paved a path to starting my own career:
I remember way back when I started my blog how unsure I was of my own abilities and strengths as I started to make something completely my own to share with the world. Over time, I’ve come to realize my own power and strength and all that I really can accomplish if I put my mind and heart into it. – Women Are Powerful
We as women do not need to feel ashamed or held back for being female, being a mother, or for any other reason. We are strong, powerful, influential, and we can make a big impact on the world in whatever it is we choose to pursue.
2. The Right Bra Matters
Next, we shared why you need to make sure you have the right fit and style of bra as it will make all the difference in your presentation.
A bra is truly one of the foundation pieces of your wardrobe and can totally change the way your outfits look. It’s important to not just grab a random bra from a store and assume it will be the right bra for you. Picking out the right bra matters, here are some of the reasons why! – 4 Reasons Why the Right Bra Matters
Have you noticed the difference a good bra and a bad bra can make in your appearance?
3. How to Dress for a Job Interview
We shared our tips on how to successfully dress for a job interview.
I had always been told how to behave and prepare for an interview, but it wasn’t until I was on the other side of the desk that I realized that how you dress and present yourself is just as important as what you say. What you wear says a lot about who you are and how seriously you take the position you are interviewing for. – How to Dress for a Job Interview
Putting your best foot forward by dressing for the part makes a big difference in what you are saying, non-verbally, to the person across the desk interviewing you.
4. Prepare Your Closets for Winter
Finally, we whipped our closets into shape in time for winter.
It’s time to prepare your closets and get ready for the winter months ahead. By pulling out what you won’t use until spring, you will be able to save time and energy while easily sorting through your clothes that fit the season. – Prepare Your Closets for Winter
It makes a huge difference to clear out the space in your closet for a new season. When you make way for what you’ll actually wear through the winter months you’ll feel more confident as you build your outfits.
Final Thoughts on Vanity Fair Bras
I have loved being a partner with Vanity Fair this year because their bras are so easy to stand behind. I still love each one of my Vanity Fair bras. They have held up incredibly well by following the easy care instructions.
Vanity Fair recommends that all their bras are hand washed and laid flat to dry. I just wash my bras right in my bathroom sink, a quick scrub freshens them up, and then they I lay them on my bathroom counter to dry. It’s so easy and it doesn’t misshape the padding or molding within the bra.
I can’t recommend Vanity Fair bras highly enough. They are extremely comfortable, give great support, and help give you that boost of confidence us women sometimes need. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve climbed into bed and my husband pointed out I am still wearing my bra. Seriously, my Vanity Fair bras are that comfortable that it takes a conscious thought at the end of the day to remember I’m still wearing a bra.
Bra Care Tips!
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- Hand wash your bras in cool water
- Roll your bra around in a dry towel to remove excess water (rather than twisting or squeezing out the water)
- Have a space in your drawers specifically set aside to store your bras
- Rotate your bra to give the elastic time to recover between wears
- Wash your bras every time you wear them if you live in a high humidity area (or those sports bras). Otherwise, you can go 3-4 times between wash cycles.
- Replace your bras at least every other year, and recheck your sizing before you shop.