Why a Structured Approach to Style is Responsible for Your Ability to Effortlessly Dress Well
Having an actual style, means having a way to achieve and maintain that style.
There's no way around it.
I see women resist this fact for far too long. They're so certain that as women, they're supposed to just "know what they're doing", and so they never learn.
So much so that they keep doing more of what they've always done......only to further instill the belief that style is overwhelming and expensive to maintain.
It can take years (even decades) before they realize how much you can dramatically decrease the overwhelm and the overspend when you simply understand and learn how to implement a structured approach.
And here's a helpful hint:
When your style isn't working....it's rarely that you're NOT GOOD AT STYLE.
Have you ever considered that the reason it feels like a struggle to dress well, is because there's a method to maintaining an effortless sense of style and you haven't (yet!) learned what it is?
Nobody is "bad" at style. They're simply missing a solid wardrobe foundation.
They're missing the structure that when learned, allows anyone to dress with ease.
"I have so many clothes and nothing to wear."
"Every time I shop I buy more of what I already have."
"I know what I like. Knowing what I need is another story."
"Closet edit? More like closet is a chaotic abyss."
ALL OF THIS...
...is symptomatic of a lack of structure. It's the indication of a missing foundation.
Your personal style is a BIG DEAL. It's the outer representation of who you are. So it's only natural that when it's not working properly, you'd overlook the fact that it's just a structural problem, and instead hold the limiting belief that you're "not good at it".
When you tell yourself you're "not good at" something, you give yourself permission to stay stuck in a never-ending loop of something that isn't working...
Ignoring your opportunity to learn a better way.