Get the tools you need to find and implement your seamless signature personal style. So that you can hone your presence and live your seamless signature style even when you’re running late, fighting a cold, and it’s the day before laundry day.
Follow these 4 steps to inventory your wardrobe so you know exactly what you own and can easily wear exactly what you love. (I’ll walk you through every step.)
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Take 5 days to ditch the cultural narratives and uncover the keys to YOUR unique signature seamless style with this series of mini-meditations specifically designed to start your day off right.
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Personal style is a journey and each step calls for some self-discovery. Embrace the journey and use these journal prompts to get started.
Clothing touches every moment of our lives, tackle the foundation of building and keeping a wardrobe you love.
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My closet had too many unworn items that were either old or didn’t fit well (too small, too big, or just never gonna get altered). Because I share my closet with my partner, it’s crowded and so I always felt guilty having unworn stuff. But I also love my more unique and vintage pieces. I purge my closet at least twice a year, but the process often ends up emotional and I keep more than I intended “just in case.”
Since going through this process, I feel less guilt about the number of pieces and more freedom to get rid of things that just aren’t me – I’m slowly releasing the idea of “this may be useful for an audition/certain event” and starting to focus on adding staple pieces that work with my funkier items. This way, I can have my basics and layer on the fun stuff.
My biggest takeaway is that style is so much more conditioned than I ever realized. I always fancied myself unique, but this week showed me that I still have work to do in terms of wearing what I want to wear without concern for how it makes anyone else feel. I am more mindful when dressing for other events in that I am now committed to wearing what feels good and what feels like me – meaning my body feels strong and supported by the clothes I wear, rather than hiding or restricting myself (both physically and figuratively).– Liz Fisher, NYC