IF YOU HAVE A CLOSET FULL OF CLOTHES AND NOTHING TO WEAR, MAYBE IT’S BECAUSE YOU’RE NOT LISTENING.
We all have an inside voice, a barometer that gives us insight, inspiration and guidance. How we listen to that voice can change our lives.
The following are suggestions for Clearing your mind, Creating a visual of who you are and where you want to go and Cleaning your closet fast and efficiently.
Clear some space to hear your voice and its wisdom. If you don’t feel like your closet represents you, start collecting pictures from magazines or catalogues of clothing and accessories of things you do feel represent you. Look for the patterns of similarity in what you choose.
If you been feeling vaguely dissatisfied with your appearance or wanting to enhance what you’ve already been doing, its time to see a style professional. Building a wardrobe is both a right and left-brain activity. It takes some time to lay the ground work. Once you have you’ll find it so much easier to understand, adapt and play with your style. Using the professional guidance of a style strategist you’ll easily identify style characteristics you love. You’ll find out what elements create a more satisfying relationship with your appearance. Then together you’ll create a wardrobe plan that fulfills those needs in complement to your busy lifestyle. Fine tuning requires individual collaboration to pinpoint your requirements. Creating a style strategy heightens your internal and external attractiveness. You’ll buy and wear what you love with confidence
Feeling really good in your clothes requires feeling really good about your clothes.
To create a “working wardrobe” of your life right now, ruthlessly go through your closet and ask yourself the following three questions about every garment and accessory:
1. Do I feel good about how I look in this?
2. Does it fit my lifestyle right now? (if it has a “someday” quality about it, remove it to an alternate storage place if you decide to keep it.)
3. Do I love it?
Self awareness is satisfying inside and out.