There are 3 categories of women’s wardrobes:
#1. Wardrobe that is full of basic things. By basic, I mean things in neutral colors, simple in cut and style, devout of any bold details, universal things in good materials… But the drawback of this type of clothes is that they look BORING! There’s nothing special about these granola outfits, the ensembles all look the same and these clothes don’t let you shine.
While you deserve to shine!
Wardrobe full of only fashion-forward things. It’s fun, exciting, and trending… The only drawback is that nothing really goes with anything else. You CAN’T create multiple looks with each specific thing. And every season you are buying a brand new wardrobe, which results in overstuffed wardrobe and the infamous I-have-nothing-to-wear cry!
Not to mention, ultra-modern looks are hard to pull off in the office.
Scenario #3 (as elusive as a Unicorn)
Wardrobe with a perfect balance of basic things and fashionable things, which allows you to create multiple looks with each piece and look different everyday. You have outfits for all kinds of occasions and outfits that express your many moods: from smart, competent, and confident to elegant, romantic, flirty to fun and active.
You look très chic, yet you can still wear those outfits to work and no one will be giving you weird looks.
You wardrobe is of optimal size, neither overstuffed, no bare. And you always have options to wear to the envy of your friends.
Can your wardrobe do all that?
If you are in the third category – Congratulations! 💃
If not (yet), I can definitely help you get there!
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