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Archive for May, 2014

It’s been quite some time since my last blog and it feels great to be back! I really enjoy connecting with you, sharing stories, tips and information to help you dress for every moment because every moment matters.  You deserve to look and feel your best every single day and in order to do this you need a closet of clothes that flatter your shape and your life at this moment.   You need pieces you can count on, to grab and go, pieces that are stylish and comfortable. Today’s fashion is defined by what looks good on you and what gives you, that boost of confidence.  I am always reminding women that you can feel great wearing your clothes everyday, not just on special occasions.  I believe having great style is about making the connection with who you are on the inside so that you can approach each beautiful day, happier and with higher confidence.  It only feels appropriate to re-launch my blog with some great tips on how to get control of your closet and to highlight some great new pieces that fit you and your life perfectly!

Here are a few tips on how to build a closet full of clothes you love.

 

  1. Spring closet cleanse – clean the clutter and free up space to make room for the new you, the new pieces that accentuate the positive features of your shape and that enhance your eye color and skin tone. This year, approach your closet with an honest and open heart. Evaluate each piece and ask yourself, how do I feel when I wear this item?  Feeling the positive emotions from your clothing evokes positive feelings while wearing the garment. If you feel good, you look good and your day is bright. Connect with how your clothes make you feel and purge the items that don’t fit this good vibe. Get rid of the items that no longer serve you and donate or consign them, they may be a better fit for someone else.
  2.  Begin to replace your clothes with new items that you LOVE! When I say LOVE, I mean be choosy, make the choices that flatter your shape and fit your life.  By eliminating impulse purchases you avoid clutter, confusion and self-doubt and you can truly begin wearing daily outfits that you LOVE while staying focused on the goals for your wardrobe.   It is easier than you think to build a closet full of clothes you really enjoy wearing and it’s ok for it to take some time, your worth it.
  3. Look in the mirror and smile, rule #3 is one of the most important steps in this process of re-building your closet with you in mind. Smiling at your reflection may take some practice, smile and give yourself a compliment, it’s much more powerful than looking in the mirror focusing on your flaws. You are perfectly imperfect.  If you begin transitioning your mindset away from a negative, self-defeating mind into a complimentary, beautiful and healthy perspective a wonderful shift in your life will occur. I have seen this happen time and time again, be kind to yourself and great things will come. Those pesky five pounds will finally come off, you will begin making healthier and more beautiful choices for your life, because it all begins with self-respect and admiration for your unique being.
  4. Shop EVERYWHERE, don’t limit yourself by becoming a shopper of sameness. Open your closet doors and your mind to finding pieces you love on-line, at consignment and thrift stores as well as your favorite department store.

 

Here are a few of my favorite shopping sites.

http://www.qvc.com/ – for great values and unique pieces – check out the Legacy brands!

http://www.shopstyle.com/- shop by category – dresses-shoes etc.

http://www.ebay.com/- for your designer favorites.

 

Have a beautiful weekend!

 

Yours in style,

Debbie Wright

http://www.projectcloset.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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