After years of helping women discover their own style, there are quite a few universal truths about clothing and style that I’ve learned.
Here are things I have learned and you can learn about style:
I have learned that women love stylish shoes but comfort always takes precedence.
I have learned that the closet tells on a woman: Messy closet, messy life.
I have learned that most women wear clothing that is too big.
I have learned that women fear that other people will focus on their body issues as much as they do. Remember, nobody is looking at your body issues. Most people are too busy focusing and worrying about their own to bother with yours.
I have learned that women have too strong of a reliance on black pants
I have learned that when a woman likes the way she looks, the price tag attached doesn’t matter.
I have learned that it is quality, not quantity when it comes to having a workable wardrobe.
I have learned that most women can shop in their closet. Almost everything you need is already there. All you have to do is learn how to utilize it more effectively.
I have learned that a stylish woman looks timeless.
I have learned that women would rather be complimented on how good they look vs. how good the outfit that they are wearing looks.
I have learned that a good bra is really important.
I have learned that shopping is not a favorite pastime for many women. They consider it confusing, difficult and overwhelming.
I have learned that when women try clothing on and it doesn’t fit their body, that they blame their bodies and not the clothes. How about blaming the clothes instead?
I have learned that the term “dress for success” is a useless term unless a woman actually feels successful in what she is wearing.
I have learned that most women aren’t interested in being trendy, most women just want to express who they are through their clothing choices.
I have learned that finding the right pants means trying on about fifteen pairs.
I have learned that a woman may have an abundant wardrobe but will keep wearing the same few things over and over.
I have learned that a woman looks better in clothing if it shapes her waist.
I have learned that black is not the most versatile wardrobe color
I have learned that a woman’s chosen style is determined more by geography and lifestyle than it is by a fashion magazine.
I have learned that most women feel confused about how to accessorize
I have learned that the most expensive part of a woman’s outfit is usually her shoes.
I have learned that bulky clothing doesn’t camouflage anything. It only makes you look bulky.
I have learned that the tan shoe is the most elegant and sophisticated shoe color.
I have learned that every wardrobe should be equipped with sick-at-home pants which are old, comfy never leave the house in pants that make you feel instantly better once you put them on.
I have learned that there is no such thing as the perfect body, there is however the perfect clothing for every woman’s body.
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