I had the pleasure of collaborating with Get Your Pretty On. A site that it geared toward helping women feel confident when they leave the house. To feel good about themselves. Moms, you and I both know just how difficult it can be to get ready in the morning. A little about this site, they have been featured in RedBook, Ladies home journal, popsugar, and daily buzz style.
In this Q&A I will ask some questions on the programs available. You will also find all appropriate links to the site for additional information.
What is Get Your Pretty on?
Get Your Pretty On:
Get Your Pretty On is a resource for women who are ready to rediscover confidence through easy style and beauty. I started it as my own accountability partner after getting stuck in a “yoga pants mom rut” a few years ago.
How does your website help encourage moms, especially stay at home moms?
I provide on-trend casual outfit ideas that work for the everyday life of a stay at home mom without breaking the bank. It’s just as easy to put on a cute outfit as it is to throw on sweat pants. You just have to have the right pieces in your closet and know how to put them together. That’s exactly what I provide. When we feel good about how we look, that spills over into every area of our lives and makes us not only better for ourselves, but our families too.
What is the cost for your services, is it affordable and reasonable?
The GYPO Style Challenge, my signature seasonal style program is available for $49 which is a fraction of what it would cost to work one on one with a personal stylist. Each season I provide members with a seasonal trend shopping list and mis and match outfit ideas made up from pieces on that list.
What is one thing you would improve on your site?
Running a site like this requires constant upgrades. We rely heavily on our members’ feedback to make improvements and are always striving to make the experience better.
Is Get Your Pretty On easily accessible? For example through mobile apps?
We have a membership portal that’s easily accessible upon sign up. The PDF shopping list and daily outfits are able to be downloaded to iBooks for viewing on the go. We’re also working on an app that will allow members to access key pieces of the challenge.
What recommendations do you have for moms? How can your site motivate them to feel their best?
My best advice is to make a daily schedule and stick to it. Try to carve out 30 minutes in the morning before anyone else is awake to plan out your day. Start off by taking a shower, getting dressed and giving a little attention to your hair and makeup. It really makes a world of difference in your motivation and how you feel about yourself and sets the tone for the rest of your day!
Be sure to check out this free 14 piece casual wardrobe shopping list on my site. Here’s the link: http://stylechallenges.com/
There is also a 2016 Spring Challenge open on March 24th you can check that out by clicking here