Do you ever feel like this?

Does this sound familiar? Is this you? For many of us, this happens every morning when opening the wardrobe. It's rammed full of clothes and yet still you feel you've nothing to wear.

There's a variety of reasons why this may be happening, but fundamentally it will come down to one common denominator.. you haven't identified your true personal sense of style.

Your sense of style is the thread that pulls everything else together - the styles of clothes you like, how you wear your clothes, how you wear colour, how you do your make-up (if you wear it), how you style your hair, where you shop, how you shop, etc, etc.

I talk a lot (and increasingly), about style personality and our sense of style because it's so very important. It's the key to wardrobe happiness, it really is! When we truly understand our own sense of style, we feel that our clothes express who we really are and we feel completely comfortable wearing them.

Did you know that we spend an average of 287 days of our lives deciding what to wear? That's over 9 months!! What a waste of our precious time.

Imagine, you have a coordinated, flexible wardrobe that makes you happy every time you look at it. One in which you can easily see and reach everything. One in which everything mixes and matches easily with several other pieces. One where you can simply open the doors in the morning and quickly and easily put an outfit together and get dressed. Well this is possible. But you need to start with really pinpointing your own individual sense of style.

Once you've done this, you will then be able to create a wardrobe that works for you and kiss goodbye to spending hours staring at your wardrobe and trying to decide what to wear.

And who doesn't want that?

And it's not difficult to do either. So if you need help with this, get in touch and I'll help you start down the road to wardrobe freedom and happiness!

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