The Classic Little Red Dress

The Classic Little Red Dress

Searching for a classic little red dress? I have curated the perfect collection of scarlet frocks so you can look glamorous for Valentine’s Day! Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! Have you decided what to wear while out with your beloved? I started The Glamorous Housewife almost six years ago, and every year I put together […]


Drool Worthy General Tso’s Chicken In The Crock Pot

Making General Tsos chicken in a crock pot is an easier and healthier way to serve Chinese food to your family. When we get into the depths of winter, the only thing I want to eat is hearty comfort food.  For me, Chinese food is the perfect cold weather dish because it reminds me of the […]


5 Super Easy Ways To Save $ On Your Utilities

Here are five super easy ways that you can save money on utilities. Sometimes all it takes to save money is a little bit of time and focus on what you really need. By Raki Wright As part of the $1,000 challenge, I’ve been closely reviewing my monthly bills, looking for discounts and savings wherever I […]


Valentines Day Headband

This Valentines Day headband is a kitschy  and festive way to add some romance to your holiday outfit! By Emileigh Rogers With Valentine’s Day coming up, it’s important to begin preparing one’s outfit!  I love a themed holiday ensemble, and I plan on decking out in red and hearts to celebrate!  While I do like a […]


Glamorous Loungewear for the Classic Women

As you ladies know, I am a big believer in dressing up every single day.  But with that said, occasionally there comes a time when you would rather lounge around in something a little more comfortable. For example, when you are sick you probably wont bother to put on a cute dress when all you are […]

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Budgeting Basics: Assign Your $ A Job!

Continuing our budgeting basics series by teaching you to assign all of your money a specific job. By Lexi DeRock Hello lovely readers! So, if you have been a good little student and done your homework then you’ve already made a list of your expenses big and small, you’ve plugged them into your spreadsheet or trusty […]


Upcycled Jar Vase

By Emileigh Rogers I have a collection of glass containers sitting in my house.  They aren’t fancy; they’re just glass containers like spaghetti sauce jars and a cracked pitcher.  I can’t bear to throw them away, but they’re awfully plain and ugly on their own.  This tutorial is a way to glam up any odd glass […]


How To Clean Your Room FAST!

Here is the definitive guide on how to clean your room fast! Your mother-in-law just called. She is going to be pulling up the driveway in five minutes. Your living room is a disaster. What do you do? We all know that cleaning and organizing is one of our main priorities as homemakers. But we […]


Did You Know Most Foster Kids Don’t Get Birthday Parties?

Did you know most children in the foster care system have never had their birthday celebrated with a party! Keep reading to see how you add some joy to a child who needs it. On any given day, there are approximately 397,000 children in foster care in the United States. In 2012, about 640,000 children spent time in U.S. foster […]


$1,000 Challenge: Work Expenses

Follow one woman as she attempts to cut $1000 off of her monthly budget! This month’s savings category is work expenses. By Raki Wright As a working mom, I often think about how much it costs for me to work. For some families, the cost of childcare is more than the second parent can bring […]


Doritos Loco Taco Casserole

If you are looking for some easy weeknight meals, then this Doritos Loco taco casserole is perfect for you! Now that I am transitioning from stay-at-home mom to working mother, I have found my dinner routine to be a bit more hectic than it used to be! I still love cooking, and I don’t mind […]


Glamorous Jewelry For The Classic Woman

Here is a curated collection of 30 different pieces of glamorous jewelry for the classic woman.     Historically January is a terrible time in the fashion industry. Winter clothing has been picked through and only the bottom of the barrel is left. New spring items haven’t been shipped yet, and even if they were in […]

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Family Budgeting Tips For Beginners

Learning how to budget for a family can be difficult, especially when you are a newlywed! Welcome to the saga of how one glamorous newlywed went from shopaholic to a budgeting guru! Here are her best family budgeting tips for beginners. By Lexi DeRock So where to begin.  Ah yes…the dreaded budget!   As you remember we left off […]


Etiquette: The White Knight of Modern Manners

Etiquette is about all of us living together kindly, civilly, and beautifully. What makes that work are the ceremonies we share with one another. By Lindsay Goranson “If we ignore ceremony entirely, we are not normal, warm human beings.” –Amy Vanderbilt, Amy Vanderbilt’s Complete Book of Etiquette (1952) It seems fitting that the ringing in of the […]


How To Find Your Decorating Style

When you are creative, it can be difficult to find your decorating style because so many ideas are amazing! Here are some tips on how to narrow down the field and help you choose the right style for your home. By Adrienne Breedlove The Internet is a wonderful thing. With it we have knowledge and resources […]


19 Classic Shoes For Under $50

Classic shoes don’t have to mean expensive! Here are 19 classic pairs that are all under $50. January is a tough month in retail because everyone is all shopped out from the winter holidays. But the good news is, that means winter sales!  I happen to adore January, because everything seems to go on sale, […]