Amy Malcom, Oncology Nurse

“Dana found items for me that I wouldn’t have picked out for myself.”

I’d rather be on a trail or dog walk, working in my garden, crafting a new recipe…doing anything or being anywhere than at the mall shopping on a sunny afternoon (rainy day, in a snow storm). But, having reached “a certain age” and gained weight/changed shape in recent years, I felt it was time to re-evaluate the cacophony of miscellaneous pieces my wardrobe had become – hand-me-downs, consignments store pieces, discount store drive-by impulse buys and lots of leggings. So many leggings. And many things that simply don’t fit – or work – anymore.

Having recently read a book about capsule wardrobes, I decided to invest in my wardrobe – and myself – by seeking out Dana’s assistance in securing some anchor pieces.

It was helpful to have Dana in my home to review not only my clothes by also my space. I felt like she worked hard to understand my personality and how my style reflects it. Putting together a Pinterest board of my style not only helped Dana but also was a good exercise for me.

When I met Dana to shop, I was delighted to find a dressing room full of pieces she had already shopped for me. Dana has an eye for identifying not just whether something fits but why it does or doesn’t. She also found items for me that I wouldn’t have picked out for myself. Thanks to Dana, I have the basics that I need to anchor and accent my new capsule wardrobe.

Amy Malcom, Oncology Nurse
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