I’m just a girl, who’s tired of feeling like I have nothing to wear.
Along the way I discovered a few things…
If you think about it, no one ever teaches you how to shop
Growing up, my mother liked her kids to look presentable. As a kid, how you looked indicated how well you were brought up, and the attentiveness of your parents. It was a source of pride for her kids to look healthy, well-mannered and well-dressed.
So my mom chose most of my outfits. As soon as I could voice my opinions, I started to dress myself as well. Some of my outfits were disastrous, and some were not so bad. I had particular favorites I would live in, and some I would have to be practically forced into.
But my mother ultimately decided what outfits I would have to choose from.
As I grew older I had more say so I picked things I liked. I didn’t worry too much about cohesion or limiting my selection. I believed that the more options I had the better.
This attitude followed me to college and my life after. Until one day I had a realization.
My closet was packed, I spent a chunk of money shopping, but it was never enough
The more options I had, the worse I felt. It was overwhelming combing through and I was not fulfilled. Instead I kept shopping, and felt guilty when I took more and more space in our shared closet.
Spending freezes didn’t help, and shopping more did not help either.
So I took a step back, looked at my closet and had a lightbulb moment… I was doing this all wrong!
When you change your wardrobe, you can change your life
You can dictate what you do with this life, and with opportunities presented to you. You can either show up, be seen, be acknowledged and maximize your potential. Or you can choose to continue spending money on what TV, magazines or society tell you is good, all the while feeling like there is something better you could be doing.
When you conquer your wardrobe a host of other things open up your time, your money, your energy, focus and attention. Your clothes are like armor and if you have a better armor you perform better.
So I set about to conquer my problems, and along the way Style Peace Happiness was born.
Let’s solve your “Nothing To Wear” Problem once and for all
Let’s figure out how to get of the junk style diet, and balance our closet space, our style options and our lives.
Reclaim a little of your wardrobe and a lot of your happiness.
Change your wardrobe, change your life. Believe it.
Are you ready?