Fall fashion stress

While my tag line is “I help take the stress out of getting dressed,” please don’t think for a minute that I never encounter any stress in my wardrobe. I’ve been super busy and having fun helping clients organize their closets and buying new clothes. It’s exciting seeing a wardrobe transform. And now after finally having a few minutes on Sunday to swap out my spring/summer closet into fall/winter, I’m excited to make some changes to my own wardrobe.

My stress lies in the fact that my tendinitis is still bugging me, and most of my clothes need to be worn with heels. The solution sounds easy enough. Hem your pants, and get some flat shoes, right? I have mostly trousers and pencil skirts, both of which truly need to be worn with heels, so I’m a little limited right now. Because I have high hopes of being able to wear heels for longer lengths of time, I’m not ready to make any drastic changes.

Now the fun part. Over the past several years, I’ve built a beautiful wardrobe of basics, but I’m beginning to feel a bit of a shift. I feel as though I’m ready to shake things up a bit and make some changes to my personal style. I’m committed to doing the homework on personal style that I give to all of my clients, which includes thinking about likes and dislikes, the direction I’d like to take, collecting magazine photos of things I love along with surveying my life style and making sure I’ve got all of my bases covered. I can’t tell you how excited I am about all of this!

Now I just need to find the time. That said, I love helping other women solve their wardrobe frustrations and have plenty of time for that!

What are your wardrobe frustrations? Are you happy with your personal style? I’d love to hear what is going on in your closets!

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