Let's Talk Tagspire + Fav Holiday Looks

Today's post is sponsored by Tagspire - thank you for supporting the brands that make this blog possible! And as always, all (very honest) opinions are my own.

Living in New York City, one quickly learns that she needs a second-shift hustle. That need to hustle increases tenfold once November hits, because you know... Holidays are expensive. Don't worry, we will be talking all about my favorite holiday looks and trends soon, but first I'd like to show you an easy new way for you to earn fast cash. No, you don't have to be a blogger and yes, it's just as easy as pinning if not easier. 

It's so easy that all my favorite looks will be shown using the tagspire technology. 

Technology? WTEFF are you talking about?

Well, I'm glad you asked. 

Tagspire is very similar to Pinterest, the only difference is that you'll be able to monetize just about anything from fashion, beauty, home decor - there is no special requirements unlike other monetization programs. And it's pretty easy to get started: simply upload a photograph, place the pin on what you want to monetize (within the picture), and search for the product within tagspire's warehouse. Not only that, but you can also pin the pictures so they link to a youtube video (in case you want to seamlessly include a review or a haul video - the sky is your limit). 

My favorite part about this social commerce platform - the payout threshold is super low and set at $50. So every time you hit your $50 commission you're bank is going to high-five you. This time of year is actually a pretty good season to sign up and earn some extra cash since everyone and their mom are out shopping their hearts away. If this at all peaks your interest I encourage you to watch their short and entertaining video here.

To get a sense of how tagspire works and how it looks I'll be showcasing my favorite holiday looks. Feel free to explore and click on the blue dollar sign icons. 

Now for the fashion


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If it's too cold for dresses, wear black slacks with a crips white shirt and statement jewelry. This look totally reminds me of Audrey Hepburn which I especially love!

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A little black dress is always a safe bet, but color outside the line with reds and other punchy colors for a more festive look! If the chill is a bit much, I high suggest investing in fleece lined stockings - they are LIFESAVERS.

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Just because you're bundled up doesn't mean you have to give up the mini! Wear it out to the next party. I'm particularly loving blues (like the deep navy color above) for a fun way to break up all the black people tend to wear during the colder months.

Let me know if you decide to sign up, leave your username in the comments below and I'll follow you back! You can find my page here.

Photos by Lydia Hudgens.