Posts tagged minimalist wardrobe
#StyleQuickie How to shop for clothes easier with this simple trick

Shopping for clothes doesn’t need to be so overwhelming, time-consuming, and full of uncertainty.

This simple trick will have you shopping easier, in less time, and with less stress.

Become your own expert personal shopper by buying pieces you love that are your signature style. Watch this style quickie to find out how and be sure to grab your bonus download.

 

 

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The *right* way to build a minimalist wardrobe

I’M A MINIMALIST WHEN IT COMES TO MY WARDROBE.

And I want you to be too. But I want you to build your capsule wardrobe or minimal closet the right way.

You can approach minimalism from a place of limiting and deprivation…

Or you can do it from a place of abundance and satisfaction.

Watch this #StyleQuickie so you can start building your wardrobe the right way.

 

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How-to actually get rid of stuff (clean out + downsize your closet)

Quick question: do you know you need to get rid of stuff, but every time you try to clean out your closet it’s really hard?

Are you wanting to practice minimalism or a capsule wardrobe, but keep hitting the same roadblock when it comes time to actually get rid of stuff you spent lots of money on?

Is your hand up yet?

This was (is) me. I hate the thought of waste—wasted clothes I never wore; wasted money I spent on them.

Would you believe me if I told you that isn’t reality? Feeling the need to hold on to clothes as to not “waste” them and “waste” your money is not fact—it’s the story you are telling yourself.

And that story is hurting your personal style, and your peace and joy.

Presenting a new series: Style Coach Light (Light because Style Coach Heavy is what my clients get {wink})

To kick of the first edition, I am coaching you through the mindset shift you need in order to clear out your closet from all the things that aren’t serving you and your personal style.

Watch today’s video and let me know what you think over on 

 

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More isn't more

I spent the past couple days chasing waterfalls in upstate New York (I'll take more of that in my life). Three waterfalls to be exact—small, medium, and large in size. And what do these waterfalls have to do with personal style? They reminded me that bigger isn’t better, louder isn’t more impactful, and more doesn’t always equal more.

Spoiler if you haven’t already figured it out; the biggest waterfall was not the most captivating. Instead it was the little guy, dwarfed by the bigger waterfalls that was the most beautiful and the most worth the journey.

Just like the biggest wardrobe doesn’t mean the best style.

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