How To Curate A Chic Wardrobe For Your Lifestyle
This weekend as I was getting dressed I was so happy because finding something to wear was so easy. I recently went shopping to purchase a new mom wardrobe, and it was the best shopping trip ever. In the past, I would purchase things based on what I like which is cool. But, I found that when I would get home and look at what I bought I realized that I didn't really like it or I had no clue where I was gonna wear it to.
I had to sit myself down and ask myself "What Do You Want To Look Like"?
The Secret Sauce
I knew that I wanted to have wardrobe that reflected my lifestyle, day to day errands as well as unexpected events. But I also wanted to infuse my personal style into what I wore.
How Does this Work
So let’s take a look at your lifestyle pay attention to those small things that you do, such as grocery shopping, running random errands, hanging out around the house. Figure out how you can create a wardrobe that reflects just that.
What is it that you do throughout the week and weekend?
Once you figure this out think about how you want to look for each of those activities.
For example, if you’re an entrepreneur who spends most days working out of a coffee shop. You may prefer wearing leggings because they are super comfy, but unfortunately leggings doesn’t work with everything. So to substitute wearing leggings maybe you could try wearing comfy trouser.
Examine your day to day life and imagine how you want to look for each unexpected moment.
Based off of your activities what pieces do you need to add to your wardrobe?
To help make your weeks better and less consumed with what you’re going to wear on a day to day. Set aside an hour every Sunday to gather your outfits for the entire week. Even if you don’t have anything planned for that week. This will save you so much time and you will always walk out of the house looking fabulous.
What are your Secret Sauce Wardrobe Tips that keeps you looking chic?
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