Don’t you hate waking up in the morning and you go to your closet and think to yourself, “What am I going to wear today?” or “I have nothing to wear!” This causes nothing but stress, anxiety, and can possibly make you late to work, an important function, or more importantly, a hot date. Here are some solutions that make getting dressed to the nines easier and relieve stress about getting ready so you can concentrate on more important things, like your job or more importantly, a hot date. 1. The night before work or your date, go through your closet and pick out possible options you’re thinking about wearing. Try on any items if you’re not sure how they fit you. Pick out the shoes you plan on wearing and go through your jewelry and other accessories that you want to wear. Once you have your outfit, hang it nice and neatly on your hanger in your closet so when you wake up in the morning, you are ready to go. 2. This may sound silly but it works. I’ve been doing this since I was in highschool and it definitely works for me. You’ll need a pad of paper and a pen or pencil. First make sure you know what the weather is going to be like for the next few days if you can. Take your pencil and paper and write the days of the week with the date and make dividing lines. Open your closet and go through your items, choose your outfits for the week and write them down for the corresponding days. Include accessories if you want. For example; Monday-12/25-Black Blazer, purple corset, black slacks, leopard heels, Betsey Johnson purse. Making lists like these don’t just work for Santa Clause, they are very effective for the sexy fashionista princess on the go. 3. Go through magazines, fashion, music, tattoo, whatever inspires you and rip out any pages that turn you on. It doesn’t have to be full outfits. It can be a page that has a ripped pair of stockings that you think look hot or a pair of sexy heels or a cute hair clip with a hair style you like. Either tape these pages up on the wall, pin on a bulletin board, or put in a notebook. Whenever you want to try a new look or don’t know what to wear and/or need inspiration, refer to your fashion book/board.