In this first collection we discuss the many layers of comfort when it comes to our clothing. From physically comfortable, to weather appropriate, to emotionally comforting, to confidence building and psychologically comfortable clothes that you feel good in, this collection touches on it all. Clothing is some of the most intimate items in our lives so finding our perfect balance of comfortable and self-confident is what most of us are striving for.

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Prioritizing Comfort a conversation with Amy Crook

In this conversation, we talk about physical comfort in the fit and materials of our clothes. Where to find comfortable clothing and sourcing comfort when it comes to shopping. The process of prioritizing comfort, the perils of polyester and physical activity, mending garments and keeping the clothes that are comfortable lasting longer in your wardrobe. Growing to embrace comfortable clothing and cultivating a wardrobe around comfort.

About Amy…

Amy is an artist and romance novelist in the San Francisco East Bay area near Oakland, where she lives and works with her cats. You can find her (and her cats) on Instagram and see more of her work on her website.

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Where Confidence and Comfort Overlap in Your Closet a conversation with Heather Craik

In our conversation we discussed how comfort and confidence overlap and impact each other. Making sure your clothing isn’t constricting as a element of comfort. Dressing in clothes that make you happy. Balancing the clothes you want to wear with the weather around you. Emotionally comfortable clothing that isn’t necessarily confidence building, and how wearing the right clothes for the right situations helps you take bold or difficult actions in your life.

About Heather…

Heather is a business owner based in Scotland. You can find her online here.

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Learning and Relearning to Dress Comfortably a conversation with Briar Harvey

In this episode we talk about comfort as it pertains to dressing with a chronic illness and allergies, refusing to put up with discomforting clothing, pockets because they’re always important, clothing as your armor in the world, feeling good about your clothes as a form of being comfortable in them, and embracing the process of relearning to be comfortable in your body and in your clothing after giving birth.

About Briar…

Briar lives in Omaha where she is self employed and home schools her kids. You can find more about Briar here on her website.

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Just a heads up, there is some adult language in this episode. So if you’re sensitive to that, or listening with children, you may want to skip or preview this episode.


The Comfort of Not Fussing a conversation with Jill Wolcott

In my conversation with Jill, we touched on always being comfortable without resorting to yoga pants day in and day out. Building and evolving your wardrobe towards comfort. Buying with the long term in mind, having sensitive skin, creating comfort from the details of your wardrobe. And accessorizing to spruce up and reinvent your comfortable staples. And finally, the psychological comfort of not having to fuss or worry about your clothing.

About Jill…

Jill Wolcott started designing knitwear in 1993 and focuses on designing items that you’ll be excited to wear for years to come. She’s based out of Seattle after two decades in San Francisco and contrary to popular myths about knitwear designers spends more time in front of the computer than at her needles. She also teaches in an effort to pass along what she’s learned. You can find more about Jill on her website.

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The Difference Between Looking Good and Feeling Good in Your Clothes a conversation with Liz

Our conversation on comfort ranges from discussing the importance of layers, flexibility and preparedness in being dressed comfortably. Versatility as an element of comfort, balancing flair and style with physical comfort, weather and environmental impacts on what constitutes comfortable clothing. The always important pocket situation The psychological element of comfort when it comes to our clothes, and the difference between looking good and feeling good in what you’re wearing.

About Liz…

Liz is an online business manager and former wedding planner based out of Los Angeles. You can find more about Liz here.

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Going About Finding Comfortable Clothing a conversation with Shanna Mann

Our conversation around comfort touches on utility as a wellspring for comfortable clothing. Comfortable undergarments in both fit and construction, the importance of fiber when it comes to comfort and creating comfortable clothes, how to go about finding garments and brands that fit what you’re looking for, and the importance of ordering multiples when you hit on that perfect item.

About Shanna…

Shanna lives in Central Virginia where she owns and manages a warehouse and in addition to providing online coaching and mentoring for business professionals.

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