Something I have done recently in my own wardrobe, is define what I love to wear. To work this out, I based it around what my go-to clothes are, what I feel good in and works vs what doesn’t. I hear often from clients and friends, there can be a sense of ‘wardrobe shock’ when you decide to do this process. Mainly because you have to be very honest with yourself, while taking out the emotion. You can get lost in the memory of, “oh I wore this when I met my husband”, or “that is too short for me to wear again, but I can’t get rid of it”. But what if you built your wardrobe around the idea you are establishing certain signature looks, while updating them with a hint of colour and seasonal new shapes? Well, this is the new 2019 way to shop and to dress. In fact, it is trending to be a responsible shopper!
The most stylish women in the world have their own uniform, they keep it simple, know what they look good in, and simply stick to this formula - especially when they’re choosing new pieces. In fact to have real style does not mean you need to have a huge designer only budget or the biggest walk-in wardrobe filled clothes. And trust me when I say this, you do not need a lot to look good, just sensible dressing decisions.
As the change of season is upon us, now is the perfect time to assess your wardrobe. Because rather than going out to buy all new season trends and spending a fortune in the process, I am here to teach you about building the perfect transeasonal ‘wearable’ wardrobe.
You can do it with just 13 items and three classic pieces of knitwear. Don't believe me??Read More