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I’m sharing¬†with you all¬†how I get ready faster, whether¬†in the morning or before a night out. ¬†Let me start off by saying, I am not a morning person. ¬†If you’re anything like me, getting out of bed will be the struggle of struggles, especially if it’s cold! ¬†So I’ve listed out the 6 things I do to make the morning process smoother. ¬†There’s nothing worse than standing in front of your closet, clock ticking, without a clue of what to wear. ¬†It happens to the best of us.

The Night Before

In order to get ready faster and make my mornings stress free, I prep what I can the night before.  Doing this saves me from using my brain excessively before 9am, like making huge decisions of what outfit to wear!  I hate the cold, so during the winter months, I set my heating to come on 1 hour before I need to get up.  It makes getting out of bed so much easier!

Check the Weather

I always check the weather for the next day, the night before, using¬†the weather app on my iPhone. ¬†That way I can¬†see how many layers I might need, or if I need to be rain ready. ¬†By scrolling to the right¬†in the “today” section, I¬†check the weather by the hour, so I can see if I might need to strategically layer my outfit (cold morning, warm day or warm day, cold night).


After checking the weather, in order to make sure I get ready faster I go ahead and select my outfit for the next day. ¬†As well as the weather dictating the ‘fit, of course my activities will play a huge part in my outfit decision also. ¬†I tend to go¬†with the footwear first. ¬†If I’m going to be pounding the pavements of London for the day, then I’ll opt for a comfortable pair of ankle boots, or stylish sneakers. ¬†I’ll more than likely keep the outfit¬†simple and go with my everyday fashion staples. If I just have a meeting then I might opt for a heeled boot. ¬†Then go up from there; bottoms, top, coat, accessories. ¬†The style of my top determines what underwear I’m wearing – is it a deep V-neck, or a bodycon top, or an off the shoulder? ¬†If it’s a sweater, anything goes!


Going back to my school days techniques, I make sure everything I’ll need for the next day is in my bag from the night before. ¬†There’s been too many days when I’ve forgotten something, even as trivial as my iPod, but it pisses me off¬†so I make sure everything is good to go from the night before.


When¬†I’m on a tight schedule my hair will standardly be done from the day before to ensure that I get ready faster – wash n go’s and braid styles for sure will be done and headscarfed up over night. ¬†Simple styles such as¬†a slick bun, can be done¬†in the morning as it’s super quick. ¬†If it’s in a protective style, even better as I¬†only have to tidy my edges!

The Snooze Button

I’ve heard so many different thoughts on the snooze button; good, bad and indifferent. ¬†I prefer to wake up using my own body clock, which is generally about 7-8am. ¬†However, if I have to get up earlier I set an alarm, but I always employ the snooze button. ¬†It’s never to get 5, 10, or 15 more minutes sleep though. ¬†I set the alarm 30 minutes earlier than I need to get up so I can check my phone without running over time; mainly emails, and comments. ¬†This means by the time I do get out of the bed to go into the shower, I’m far from a groggy mess bumping into walls and door frames.

All that’s left for me to do is put my clothes on and do my face, I always keep my makeup super light for the day. ¬†It helps that I’m not into painting by numbers with foundation, concealer, contour kit, etc;¬†so it’s super quick.

Tweak these methods when getting ready for a night out; they have definitely helped me to get ready faster for any occasion.

If you have any tips¬†I’d love for you to share them in the comments below. ¬†I might end up adding them to my routine.

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