This is a guest post originally written for The Mom Writes.
In my work as a personal stylist, I have found that the women who are happiest with their appearance are those who feel their wardrobe is a true reflection of who they are. As humans, we all want to be known, and our appearance is a way of communicating with others.
I like to ask my clients, “When people look at you, what do you want them to know about you?”
Moms often find themselves in an “all or nothing” style situation – all dressed up for a meeting, or a bit too sloppy when hanging out with the kids. So many of us lack that middle ground of clothing – cute outfits that are casual enough to be with the kids but perhaps just “put together” enough to run into a client!
To create your own unique style, I recommend the following three steps: