Date: 05/17/2012, 1 pm EST
FREE WEBINAR: 10 Spring Trends You CAN Wear (Again and Again!)
Are you tired of wasting money on trends you only wear once?
Do you ever wonder what’s “in” and what’s “out”?
Are you too busy to keep up with the latest fashions?
If you said “yes” you need to join me, Lee Heyward, for this no-cost webinar where I will show you what trends you need to wear this spring.
(Again and again!)
Thursday, May 17th at 1 pm EST/ 10 am PST
Hosted by Lee Heyward of
Sometimes trends get a bad reputation as something you’ll only wear once—something that comes in as fast as it goes out. But that is simply a misconception.
The right trends can be worn again and again and are a great way to wake up a tired wardrobe. You just need to know which ones to wear.
Every season I scour the trends (and there are a lot of them) to figure out which ones are the most wearable and best bang for your buck. This season I’ve chosen ten that I know anyone can wear, are worth the investment, and will add fun and style to your wardrobe. I’m excited to share these trends with you to help make this spring a time for you to feel confident and beautiful—simply by changing your clothes!
During this FREE webinar you will discover:
Are you ready to have amazing spring style? It’s just a 45 minute webinar away—and it’s completely free!
It’s time to have style you love!
Sign up here: http://styleseminars.com/springtrends.html
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Things are going great with my closet - I've already had a much easier time getting dressed since you re-organized because now I don't feel overwhelmed by everything. Thanks to your suggestions, I've been able to wear a few of my tops that I had relegated to the "going out" section of my closet which is terrific! Also, after getting your closet edit email with the list of things we'll be shopping for, I kept an eye out for them and have found pieces I love.
I'm also looking at everything with a new eye so I'm putting things together differently. It's funny how those 4 hours made more of a difference than the countless hours of reading fashion mags and watching both versions of What Not to Wear ever did.
- Renee Boltin - Charleston, SC