I’ve always loved fashion, clothes and shopping.
In fact, the first magazine subscription I had was to “Vogue” when I was nine-years-old.
And while I’m not a fashion blogger (I love those ladies, but I just can’t pose in front of a camera), I do have my hand in fashion with Redefined Mom’s sister-website, Adore Your Wardrobe.
(You can read more here —> About Why I Created Adore Your Wardrobe.)
And as a wardrobe consultant, one of the key struggles I hear over and over again from women is…
“WHAT DO I WEAR?”
An entire industry is built on the idea that women are frustrated with their closets.
It’s why “Capsule Wardrobes” are so popular. They are supposed to take the frustration out of getting dressed in the morning.
It’s why “Women’s Fashion” is a top-five category on Pinterest. It’s supposed to make it less frustrating to figure out how to create an outfit.
It’s why services like Trunk Club and Stitch Fix are household names. They are supposed to make it less frustrating, because they shop for whole outfits for you.
And yet frustration continues, because nothing addresses the real reasons why women are frustrated with their closets.
And believe it or not, the cause of our frustration has nothing to do with the clothing in the closet, but usually a lack of planning for the lifestyle that we lead.
For the first time ever, I’m going to share the process I used to get my wardrobe and lifestyle in-sync. I’m going to unpack the real reasons why women are constantly frustrated with their wardrobes, and what they can do to keep from sabotaging them in the future. And then together, we will create a custom plan that puts your lifestyle and wardrobe in-sync and takes away all the frustration.
So, if you’ve ever had a moment where you stood in your closet, looked from side to side, and wondered, “WHAT AM I GOING TO WEAR?” this mini-training is for you.
And the best part? It’s completely FREE.
Let’s go from FRUSTRATION to FUNCTIONAL to FASHIONABLE.
Sign up HERE, but hurry, because the first lesson starts this FRIDAY (March 3rd).