We’ll solve your “Nothing To Wear” Problem once and for all!
You deserve to look good and feel good every day. Getting dressed shouldn’t be a drag. It should feel simple, fun and easy. After all, there’s enough on your plate.
Meet the team duo that can make that happen!
Daisy Quaker, Stylist and Founder
I’ve always loved clothing and accessories, but until a few years ago, I could never figure out why I had so much clothing but felt very meh about getting dressed. I’d spend hours rifling through my closet trying to find an item that made me feel confident. My closet was brimming, but it felt like I had very little to choose from.
I’m a woman who’s tired of feeling like I have nothing to wear.
If you think about it, no one ever teaches you how to shop
Growing up, my mother liked her kids to look presentable. So my mom chose most of my outfits. As soon as I could voice my opinions, I started to dress as well. Some of my outfits were disastrous, and some were awesome. 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.
One day I had a realization.
My closet was packed, I spent a lot of money shopping, but it was never enough
The more options I had, the worse I felt. It was overwhelming. I was not fulfilled. Instead, I kept shopping and felt guilty when I took more and more space.
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!
I started looking at my wardrobe as a part of my life and considered different elements based on how they fit my body, my lifestyle and other items on the rack. It made a world of difference.
When you change your wardrobe, you can change your life
Clothing has always been the armor through which I face the world. Big presentation? Power suit. Big event? Knockout dress. Big dinner? Killer shoe. But building a closet that fit my lifestyle and needs has made getting dressed more fun and given me more options. I’d love to help you do the same.
Jenna Kozlovich, Stylist
When I began experimenting with style, it was an exercise in pushing myself out of my comfort zone. The more I put myself out there, the more I became comfortable in my own skin. People would stop me and compliment me on my bright lipstick or colorful clothing. I learned that sticking out was a way to meet new people, express myself creatively and challenge stereotypes about size and fashion.
My biggest style challenge is my mood. I don’t think that is a unique challenge. Getting dressed when we are feeling our best, is easy. That is why I believe so strongly in changing the conversation around shopping and style. When my closet is full of clothing that makes me feel good about myself, I am one step closer to improving my mood and maintaining a positive attitude throughout the day.
My style inspiration comes from the clothes themselves. It is visual and tactile. The color, cuts, and stitch create a vibe that either works for me or doesn’t. I also derive inspiration from other plus size, body positive style bloggers. Seeing other plus size women celebrate their bodies keeps me going when I get into a negative headspace.