There’s a saying about New York City from “Sex and the City” that’s always stuck with me: “In New York, you’re always looking for a job, a boyfriend or an apartment.” As time goes on, everything changes in your life: your work, home, personality and yes, wardrobe.
That last one is a killer. I’m going through it now, and it’s not the first time!
During college, I built my wardrobe with what I thought were timeless pieces: solids, striped tops and tons of ballet flats. But, this was too “boring” to be the forever wardrobe I hoped for; I had to learn about my true style the hard way. I went through a few phases where I would look in my closet and think “This isn’t me.” Or, I would walk into my favorite stores and leave with nothing. There wasn’t one piece that looked like it fit my style anymore.
It was so frustrating!
Going through the same thing? You’re not alone. In fact, it’s a good thing. It actually means you’re doing something right. The more your style changes, the more you’ve grown as a person. Your personality is meant to evolve as you figure out who in the world you are meant to become.
But, here’s the thing; How do you figure out your style when you barely have time to make cereal in the morning? That’s what I’m going to help you with.