Posts tagged fashion advice
How to dress professional & still feel like yourself

Ever felt like you didn’t know how to balance your own unique style + individuality with looking (and feeling) like the professional you are at your job?

Well, I’ve got a solution for the problem of “how to dress for your job and still look unique” and the secret is in the overlap. Today’s video is breaking down what your overlap is + how to find it.

What I love about the style advice I’m sharing in today’s video is this: it doesn’t just apply to dressing for the corporate world.

You can use these 3 strategies anytime what you want to wear and what you’re suppose to wear feel different.

You can use them if you want to figure out how to infuse more of you into your wardrobe at large. You can use them to find your style.

And to go hand-in-hand with these 3 broader strategies I’m sharing in the video, I put together 3 bonus ultra-specific tips of what pieces to leverage to make your work wardrobe more of your dream wardrobe. Make sure to grab your copy with the purple button below the video!

Watch today’s video on how to dress professional and still feel like yourself
with your personal stylist, Rebecca Jacobs

 

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Style evenness

In the past I’ve chased being stylish. And the more I chased, the worse the "bad" outfits got.

In style we have highs and lows. Highs; days where we look and feel our best. And then, we have days where we tried on too many outfits, eventually ran out of time and ended by throwing on something we immediately regretted.

We don’t usually think about the lows when deciding what clothes to buy. We don’t think about what pieces we need to get rid of, and what we need to replace it with, to improve our outfit lows.

Instead we tend to focus on trying to be more stylish, more fashionable, on collecting more of the “wow” pieces we saw on blogs and Instagram—we tend to focus on trying to have higher “highs”.

Having higher style highs is the wrong goal.

Instead, what I want for both you and I, is to focus on getting to style evenness.

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How-to use Pinterest for personal style clarity

Walking into a clothing store and feeling lost and overwhelmed only to end up wasting money on clothes you don’t end up wearing.

Or spending too much time and energy getting dressed because you have “nothing to wear” only to feel uncomfortable in what you’re wearing the moment you step out in public.

There’s a simple cure for it: getting some personal style clarity.

And as it turns out there’s a great tool for that sitting right in your bookmarks bar: Pinterest.

This guide will show you how to harness the power (and super convenience) of Pinterest so you are using it effectively to create outfit formulas, spot gaps in your closet, and craft the right shopping lists. And I can’t wait to share it with you! >>>

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