The Countess wants you to look gorgeous, trendy, and feel great at all times this fall season, so she’s offering HollywoodLifers her best advice! Check out her answers to your questions below!
How do you keep from going crazy with a significant other in a one bedroom apartment? How can you find time for yourself with a family? How should you dress for winter without looking too bulky? Read on for The Real Housewives of New York City star, Countess LuAnn De Lesseps‘ answers to your questions in her exclusive weekly Hollywoodlife.com advice column.
I recently purchased a one bedroom apartment with my boyfriend and I am nervous that being in such a confined space might lead to tension, fights, or even worse a break-up! How can we mentally prepare for this new move? — Tricia R. New York, NY
Why go into a new situation with a negative mindset? You bought the apartment, so find ways to make it work. You can put a small couch or a chair and ottoman in the bedroom so that you or your boyfriend can read or watch television while the other uses the living room for another activity. If you each carve out a bit of personal space in the apartment, you’ll be more comfortable in close quarters. STAY POSITIVE!
I am married with children and have completely forgotten about my desires. How can I revamp my passions and find myself again? — Amy W. Johns Creek, GA
One of the best ways to revamp your passions is to exercise regularly and pamper yourself so that you have the energy for romance and hobbies. Ask your husband to entertain the kids for a few hours a week so that you can have “me time” and in return promise him some “alone time” together. RELAX!
What are some options of dressing warm for fall and winter without looking too bulky? — Whitney L. New York, NY
The key to dressing warm in the fall and the winter is to wear layers so that you can add or remove pieces depending on the temperature inside and out. I like simple cashmere cardigans and boots to keep the chill at bay. Look for outerwear that is both stylish and warm. Wrap your neck in a knit or silk scarf and don’t forget to wear a hat and gloves so that your head and hands stay warm and dry. TOASTY!
— Countess LuAnn De Lesseps
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