Winter outfit planning from scratch
Are you one of those people who has lots of clothes but nothing to wear?
Are you at the stage of winter where you're "over " your tried and true outfits and want to get more value out of your existing clothes without having to buy more?
Does your bedroom resemble a bomb site when you leave for work because of all the tried and discarded clothes strewn around, after which you end up settling on the same old go to outfits anyway?
Try this easy formula to make creating new outfits easier -
Sunday night wardrobe workout: - OK so this might sound OTT or excessive, (and it probably is), but I like to plan my outfits on a Sunday night for my week over winter because let's face it - who doesn't want extra time in bed on a cold morning.
I check the long range weather, (which BTW is quite accurate), think of my activities for each day - meetings, going out after work, then create my outfits for the week. I then hang them on the back of the bedroom door, (for my husband to continually walk into), or on a rail, (which you can buy cheaply at Briscoes).
By doing this each week, I'm more likely to make new outfits, because I'm not in a hurry and can get creative and I'm organised for the week without having to use precious brain power in the morning.
If you need more help with getting your perfect wardrobe together or anything else fashion and style related contact me to for a confidential chat on where you're at and where you need to go for optimum style savviness and confidence.
Style Savvy - Personal Stylist Wellington.