Chic Looks For Moms On-The-Go With Greer Image Consulting

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With many school districts back in person, parents are busier than ever! Raquel Greer Gordian of Greer Image Consulting outlined some chic style ideas for moms on-the-go:

“90s 4 Ever” — Raquel says, “Overalls are great on-the-go. Throw a tee/bralette/sports bra/tank underneath, and add a ‘belt bag’ — that’s right, the beloved ‘fanny pack’ is getting a rebrand! Finish with just about any shoe that keeps you comfy. ‘Dad’ shoes are still in style enough to make this look pop.”

“Neutral Love” — “Don’t go monochrome unless you’re wearing black. Instead, go tonal by pairing light neutrals like white, cream, ivory and champagne together to create an effortlessly chic look. Finish with a slide or mule to keep up with the elevated/trendy feel of this style.”

“Seasonal Switch-Up” — Raquel loves wide-leg pants! She says, “A great way to pair a pair of trousers like this, when it’s still hot out, is with a platform sandal. Go bold with a fitted top to balance the pant width. Finish with your favorite baseball cap for an athleisure edge.”

“Street Styled” — “A high-waisted jogger allows you to stay chic, while being super comfy. A low-top or high-top sneaker can fit over the cinched ankle of the pant. Swap out your purse to keep it street style with a backpack, then give the look fresh/Amalfi coast vibes with a wide-brim hat.”

Raquel offers virtual and in-person shopping, and she’s offering both options for styling, too. Follow her blog and learn more about her services at www.greerimageconsulting.com.

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