I’ll never forget his name and the moment he made fun of what I was wearing.
7th grade. Day of the school dance. I repeated an outfit that I had worn earlier in the week. I didn’t have many clothes I felt good in, and certainly not enough outfits to get through a week.
So I repeated my favorite grey corduroys and sweater. And got called out for it.😫
Now I actually encourage people to repeat outfits and create a “uniform” of sorts. Maybe not the exact same clothes everyday like Matilda Kahl famously did, but a similar version of an ensemble that works.
I’m so pleased to see the conversation around women’s dress move in the direction of simplifying and repeating — and making our lives easier!
Even a princess can (and should!) rock a #stylerepeat.
What we wear affects our mental well-being, creativity, productivity, and authenticity. If you or someone you love doesn’t feel confident in this area, I can help!
Do you need help finding the magic formula for your unique “uniform”?
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