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Friday, November 22, 2013

(30 Days to a Naturally More Vibrant You) Day 22: Learn to dress like yourself

So I have been pondering this all for quite awhile. The idea of a cohesive wardrobe is very important to me. But there is something to be said for the way we each take our wardrobes and make them our own.

Even with just a white button up and blue jeans, everyone wears it different... everyone styles them different. We choose different fits, different shades of white, different jewelry, different styles and washes and shapes of jeans... I mean the list goes on and on.

So I want to delve into this with you.

What does it look like (for you), to have clothes that all work together, and ideally, clothes that all fit you well, look good on you, and make you happy?

I think this is something we forget about sometimes. Something can be totally on trend and fashionable and fit fabulously... but that element of your wardrobe and your look that makes a difference is YOU.

There is something wonderful about wearing clothes (and the way we mix and match and accessorize) that are just you. Such a vague concept, I know. But you know what I'm talking about, even if you don't have specific words to describe it, you know what I mean, because you either
A. Have this something that is so you, and you wear it whenever you can and you feel fabulous in it
B. Don't have this something and feel dissatisfied with your clothes
C. Feel like your clothes are nice but they feel kind of costume-y or like you accidentally swapped wardrobes with someone (because maybe you are trying to look like someone else, or maybe someone else does your shopping/buys you clothes)



My goal is to help you find your STYLE, SHAPE, and COLORS, so that you can create a cohesive wardrobe of good, basic pieces, that end up being totally YOU.

I'll see you tomorrow for more!
Hubby took a quick pic and then the camera died, sorry! Shirt, thrifted. Pants, AE

Cuff bracelet, 31 bits. Shoes, Bare Traps

Earrings, F21 old

What do you struggle with most in your wardrobe?


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