Why You Don’t Like Your Clothes
You know that feeling when you bought a piece of clothing because you loved it in the store, and then
a few days later you put it on, stare at yourself in the mirror and hate it?
And if you can’t return it, you get even more annoyed.
Yeah, you know that feeling.
It happens, because the smallest details make the biggest difference, and you don’t always know the ones you need to find or avoid.
Yes, shopping can be fun for some and very stressful for many more.
When I speak to groups women, typically 75% of the room hate clothes shopping. You are not alone if you fall into that category.
Sometimes women get caught up in shopping with friends, or running out to buy something new for an event because nothing
in their closet fits or makes them feel good, and that’s why knowing how to avoid buying the wrong clothes allows you to be
less frustrated looking into your closet and seeing all the money and energy you’ve wasted on past purchases.
Here’s one way to avoid buying or wearing clothes that are not right for you.
Step 1: Look both ways when trying on clothes.
Add a third way never hurts by looking behind yourself too.
Here I am trying on a top that is a twist, kinda literally, on a basic white top.
From the front, I’m loving the waist-defining feature of the tie front.
Step 2: From the side.
oh NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. Heck no. Like, so not happening/buying.
You likely have a few, or yikes many, pieces in your closet that don’t look great on you from one or more angles, and you’re so tired of wasting money on those clothes.
I get it. I know it’s frustrating that you think you should be able to choose the right clothes to wear and buy, but year after year you still don’t.
It truly isn’t that something is wrong with you. Something is wrong with the clothes you bought.
That’s why I’m here for the women who value themselves, no matter their age, shape, or size, and are tired of putting off taking care of themselves.
looking and feeling style confident, and best of all not being stressed about getting dressed.
Don’t you deserve that?