It’s 2021 (finally! 🥳) and a new year full of possibilities. And I personally couldn’t be more excited for new ventures, new ideas come to life, and new challenges…
Style Challenges, that is!
If you’ve been following my original account on Instagram (@styledefiner), you may have seen my very first style challenge I created at the beginning of the Quarantine in March. I called it the #ShopYourClosetChallenge and created a new look every day with the clothing I had in my wardrobe.
As the days went by (over 120 of them!), the challenge evolved as I created themes each week with how-to’s and live videos to go with each look. My #FallWardrobeChallenge focused on styling as we transitioned from Summer to Autumn in New England. And so this Winter Challenge will start off strong with cold weather style and, as we enter into the Spring season – how to cool down the warmer pieces we’re wearing.
I’ll be posting a new theme every week and continuing my Lives as well as LIKEtoKNOW.it posts, where you can easily shop your favorite pieces. Don’t have the LIKEtoKNOW.it app? Have you scrolled through Instagram and wished you could get pieces you see in Influencers’ posts? That’s what LTK is all about! Influencers on the app give you shoppable links to the exact pieces or suggestions on how to create the look for yourself, just by taking a screenshot of the post and opening the app. You can also follow me on the app for exclusive in-app promotions!
Here’s a sneek peak:
I’ll be posting the week’s looks in a blog post every Sunday as I start the new week that Monday. This will be a round up of the Instagram post, youtube videos and bonus looks! You will be able to shop the looks on LIKEtoKNOW.it by clicking on the posts in the blog.
So don’t be shy! I want to hear what you want to see 👀 I’ll be posting to Instagram and Facebook throughout the season – if you’re on IG, follow the hashtag #winterstylechallenge and my account http://www.instagram.com/thestyledefiner and on Facebook, follow my page at http://www.facebook.com/definingthestyle