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Ladies, Use “Stylebook” and You Don’t Have To Worry About Last Minute Styling Again

Ladies, Use “Stylebook” and You Don’t Have To Worry About Last Minute Styling Again

Ladies, we all know this story. It’s time to get ready. You open up your over-stuffed closet and start rummaging through the endless selection of clothes, but alas, you have nothing to wear! All of those must have items that you simply can’t part with aren’t doing it for you. They don’t fit right, they don’t match your mood. We all experience this issue more than we’d like to admit. It’s an absurd phenomena where even with an abundance of choice you still come up empty handed.

As women this can be very frustrating. You know that your clothes are nice, but you just have trouble matching and styling them. It becomes even more difficult to style our outfits at the last minute, as we constantly change our minds and switch up our outfits as we get ready.

Even though we come out looking flawless, we are hindering ourselves by spending so much time picking out our outfits and perfecting the details. In all honesty, we aren’t going to care as soon as we walk out of our front door. So there’s no point in making ourselves late to our obligations by waiting until the last minute to style our outfits.

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The answer to all of your fashion problems: Stylebook

The app Stylebook is a visualized catalogue of all of the items that you have in your closet. Remember Cher’s closet from Clueless? With the virtual outfit designer that she used to sift through her enormous collection of garments?

It’s similar to that, but you don’t have to be a millionaire to own it. You just need a smartphone with enough storage to download the app.

Stylebook doesn’t only save you time picking out outfits, but it gives you an overview of the items that you already have so you don’t waste your money buying duplicate styles.

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See how it saves you from all the last minute fashion hustle

Just a heads up, you will probably get addicted to this app. It’s so interactive and will open your eyes to possibilities that you didn’t realize were already in your own closet!

You can start off by scanning through an overview of your closet to see what you’re working with. Then, you can pinch and drag those items to create new styles and save them if you design a winner.

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    After putting together some looks, you can sort them into categories. Have a business meeting and aren’t sure how to dress to impress? Just pull up your work-outfit folder and pick out a pre-designed outfit, styled by yours truly.

    The app also saves your previous outfits, so you can gauge when you wore a certain outfit last and where, so that you don’t have a repeat.

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      You can also use the shuffle feature, that mixes up the looks that you’ve already put together in order to design something completely new! You can share your outfits on social media, with friends, or transfer them to another device.

      If you reach a point where you still feel like you truly have nothing to wear, you can shop directly from the app, browsing items that fit your personal style.

      The app also features personalized statistics to keep track of your favorite styles.

        With the help of Stylebook, you’ll never suffer the panic of finding something to wear at the last minute. Just pull up a look, pluck it out of your closet, pose in front of the mirror a few times to see what you’re working with and go take on the world.

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        Last Updated on August 6, 2020

        Why Working 9 to 5 Is Outdated

        Why Working 9 to 5 Is Outdated

        Bristol is the most congested city in England. Whenever I have to work at the office, I ride there, like most of us do. Furthermore, I always make sure to go at off hours; otherwise, the roads are jam-packed with cars, buses, bikes, even pedestrians. Why is that? Because everyone is working a traditional 9 to 5 work day.

        Where did the “9 to 5” Come From?

        It all started back in 1946. The United States government implemented the 40 hour work week for all federal employees, and all companies adopted the practice afterwards. That’s 67 years with the same schedule. Let’s think about all the things that have changed in the 67 years:

        • We went to the moon, and astronauts now live in space on the ISS.

        • Computers used to take up entire rooms and took hours to make a single calculation. Now we have more powerful computers in our purses and back pockets with our smartphones.

        • Lots of employees can now telecommute to the office from hundreds, and even thousands of miles away.

        In 1946 a 9-5 job made sense because we had time after 5pm for a social life, a family life. Now we’re constantly connected to other people and the office, with the Internet, email on our smartphones, and hashtags in our movies and television shows. There is no downtime anymore.

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        Different Folks, Different Strokes

        Enjoying your downtime is an important part of life. It recharges your batteries and lets you be more productive. Allowing people to balance life and work can provide them with much needed perspective and motivation to see the bigger picture of what they are trying to achieve.

        Some people are just more productive when they’re working at their optimal time of day, after feeling well rested and personally fulfilled.  For some that can be  from 4 a.m. to 9 a.m; for others, it could be  2 p.m. to 7 p.m.

        People have their own rhythms and routines. It would be great if we could sync our work schedule to match. Simply put, the imposed 8-hour work day can be a creativity and morale killer for the average person in today’s world.

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        Productivity and Trust Killer

        Fostering creativity among employees is not always an easy endeavor, but perhaps a good place to start is by simply not tying their tasks and goals to a fixed time period. Let them work on their to-do list at their own pace, and chances are, you’ll get the best out of your employee who feels empowered instead of babysat.

        That’s not to say that you should  allow your team to run wild and do whatever they want, but restricting them to a 9 to 5 time frame can quickly demoralize people. Set parameters and deadlines, and let them work at their own creative best with the understanding that their work is crucial to the functioning of the entire team.

        Margaret Heffernan, an entrepreneur who previously worked in broadcasting, noted to Inc that from her experience, “treating employees like grown-ups made it more likely that they would behave the same way.” The principle here is to have your employees work to get things done, not to just follow the hands on the clock.

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        A Flexible Remote Working Policy

        Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer famously recalled all her remote workers, saying she wanted to improve innovation and collaboration, but was that the right decision? We’ve all said that we’re often more productive in a half day working from home than a full day working in the office, right? So why not let your employees work remotely from home?

        There are definitely varying schools of thought on remote working. Some believe that innovation and collaboration can only happen in a boardroom with markers, whiteboards and post-it notes and of course, this can be true for some. But do a few great brainstorms trump a team that feels a little less stressed and a little more free?

        Those who champion remote working often note that these employees are not counting the clock, worried about getting home, cooking dinner or rushing through errands post-work. No one works their 9-5 straight without breaks here and there.  Allowing some time for remote working means employees can handle some non-work related tasks and feel more accomplished throughout the day. Also, sometimes we all need to have a taste of working in our pajamas, right?

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        It’ll be interesting to see how many traditional companies and industries start giving their employees more freedom with their work schedule. And how many end up rescinding their policies like Yahoo did.

        What are your thoughts of the traditional 9-5 schedule and what are you doing to help foster your team’s productivity and creativity? Hit the comments and let us know.

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