Closet Confessions

The closet should be a place of inspiration, not frustration.  



1. The Closet Hoarder

It's hard to let go. We get it.  But hanging on to fashions from era's past are only going to bog you down. You've got to think about recycling & reinvesting so that your closet can serve your purpose.  Getting rid of clothing you don't use can be great therapy, and selling it can offer you some cash toward filling in the holes of your wardrobe for new things you might want to add. If you are overwhelmed and don't know where to begin, that's where we come in. 

2. The Mono Closet

Many women make the mistake of purchasing the same color and the same styles.  We understand that comfort is a big factor when it comes to feeling good about your clothes but the longer you stay away from color and change is the longer you'll feel the wardrobe blah's.  Dressing should make you feel good and finding your own unique style is a great place to start. You don't have to dive into the deep end, but at least allow for some guidance.  Maybe it's time to work with someone who can ease you into a few new looks and bring a pop of color to your world. 

3.  The Closet Caper

Your closet should not feel like a mystery every time you venture in.  It's best to have an organized understanding and a method to your madness - even if your closet is small and cramped. Not only are there some great organizational tools to help you keep your space functional but there are also ways to map your closet that will give you easy access so you can always find what you are looking for. There's nothing worse than knowing you have the perfect outfit for the occasion if you could only find that belt... 

The best way to break the cycle of closet madness is to reach out and find a professional near you who can help you revise and revive your closet.

If you recognize yourself in any of the confessions above please reach out for a free phone consultation  Life is too short to stay locked in the closet!