Capsule wardrobes—you guys have been asking my opinion on them since day one.
And my answer has always been lukewarm.
There are traits capsule wardrobes use that are essential to the style I teach. And there are traits that can hold you back from your best style.
So I did what any strategist would do, and took the parts that I like, left the rest, added in my values and created an alternative approach to capsule wardrobes. One that I use for myself and my clients.
This alternative capsule wardrobe is for you if:
you want getting dressed to be simpler—but you also like your wardrobe to feel fun and creative
you want a signature style
you don’t like ambiguous rules or deadlines
you want to invest only in longterm style—only buying pieces you will love and wear for years to come
watch: an alternative approach to capsule wardrobes
Your personal style is directly related to how good a shopper you are.
It’s really hard to feel good about your style when you’re buying clothes that you later realise don’t fit, have a flaw, or you just plain old don’t wear (and aren’t even sure why not.) (And you’re probably feeling guilty about the money spent to boot.)
This—buying things you don’t *actually* wear thing—it doesn't happen to me anymore. I got strategic and ultra intentional with what I buy, so that it is all money well spent.
In this video, I’m taking you behind the scenes of how I shop.
In this video, I’m taking you behind the scenes of how I shop—in the-Bachelorette-style: 4 white tops battle to earn one of the limited spots in Rebecca’s closet—who will win?
Okay, so we know style is kind of important for creative entrepreneurs… (if not, watch this first.)
But you’re still a busy-as-heck business owner. In fact, time is your most precious resource (that you never seem to have enough of…)
I put together today’s video with you—the busy business owner—in mind. I came up with the 4 things you could do to spend minimal time now and have maximum time-saving benefits for all the days to follow.
WATCH: improve your style without spending a lot of time
This might seem like a weird topic to be about style—I get it. But bare with me.
Style is powerful. It is powerful in our relationship with ourselves, but it can be equally powerful in our relationships with others.
And if you have a business—even a totally-online one—relationships are essential to the health of your business (not to mention your own health.)
I’ve called this video networking for introverts. Because if you don’t want to be the first one to start a conversation, your style can start the conversation for you—and your only job is to know how to continue it.
WARNING: I don’t want you to make the #1 mistake I see people make when they receive a compliment.